By Ching-Ching, 2013-08-06
Ive got my locks 2 years ago Finally after searching facts to fixed my decision inside my head i finally had it.
I was so happy and contented with it Such a mesmerizing feeling to free and purify my soul in this way
But as i walk on the street people calling me BobLMAO People who are ignorance about it. They dont think twice in saying such hepocracy in their words
By Cody Galvan, 2013-08-04
By Baba Fats, 2013-08-04
Last week my wife got a call from her high school best friends fiance. He told us that Tempest passed away from complications from a hernia that night. It was a shaking call, since she was only 27 years old. She's left behind 2 kids, 5 and 2. And they need any help they can get.
If you have any extra cash, I know they and my wife would really appreciate your help. Any amount will go a long way. Tempest meant the world to my wife. Neither would have been the person they are without eachother
By ChildrenAtMidnight, 2013-08-04
I've been at this for over 2 months now and haven't given up. I've gotten to the point where I feel apathetic about my hair at times. It almost bothers me but at the same time, I'm kind of glad. I expected that once the joy of doing something new with my hair wore off, I'd be wanting to chop at it again. Instead, I've just become accustom to it. I think I'm happier not having to worry about what my hair looks like all the time. I've found different, easy ways to keep it moderately tame for work and if I feel up to it, I decorate it with scarves and different colours of yarn. It's just really easy.
I'm starting to reach the point where most of my hair is looping up and beginning to congo. Mostly the back, of course. The roots are trying to merge into a giant blob but I've been maintaining it every week or so.
My hair is continuing to grow as well. Surprisingly enough, it's past my shoulders. I guess, I figured the growth would slow down once things started clumping up. Maybe it'll take more time? I guess, I'll find out.
Also forgot to add that I attempted to redye my hair with henna. Due to some apartment related things, I don't think I left it in long enough or maybe the baking soda is ripping it out faster than the chemical dyes. Either way, I may do it again since it's great for moisturizing my hair when it's feeling unhappy.
By Skylar garcia, 2013-08-02
By Skylar garcia, 2013-08-01
By brandis moody, 2013-08-01
About four months ago I brushed out my 1 1/2 year old dreads, they were backcombed and everything went wrong. Even though they weren't the best dreads I feel something missing and want them back more than anything. I want to use the natural/ neglect method but my job requires me to wear a hat about 8hrs a day everyday. Might TNR be n option to help them out? Any advice would be very appreciated!
By Amber5, 2013-07-28
By Erik Hylan, 2013-07-27
so I was just wondering if it was natural for the back of your head to dread up quicker than the sides and front. because the back of my head has a lot of baby dreads and it makes the back look very short and the front and sides long. is there anything i can do to speed up the front and sides or is it better to just wait it out?
By Graciela Moreno, 2013-07-26
Hello there ! I'm new to all this, just made my account today ....here we go (:
I was wondering if anyone can give me advice !
I've had my dreads for 4 months.. started them myself with rip & tear ...
my roots are growing out and some dreads are splitting at the root.
I'm aware that its just naturally sectioning itself...I'm trying to avoid the crochet hook.
but what can I do to prevent them from splitting ?