hey thats your website are you employed there or run it
im asking if youd be able to help out 2 nonprofits
dreadlockssite took a huge trafic hit during the hummingbird or 1 of the killer cue fuzzy bunny updates google did
but also www.freedomswings.org..not only needs promotion but support.. POTUS nonstop golfing has nearly shut us down last 2 years
its very important to me because well i started soaring 2 weeks after getting out of the hospital after losing the ability to walk.. flying was a great alternative..vital
broke my back on the road from the house i grew up in to the lil grass airfeild we fly out of..so every single flight i ver took was over the very spot i was ingured..but with a lifetime of memories below that 1 thing had never crossed my mind..
it really is an amazing org.. it has huge impact on so many lives but especialy those who take it all the way to become pilots or even instructors.
we should be flying next month, but, our funds are down to 1/10th our annual budget.. so were kinda strugglig to get past the next couple years
anyways this is a lil of what we do
sorry for the typos havent had coffee yet
well the crochet one will eventually thicken to the size of the sections once fully recovered...as long as you don't crochet again..hey lets see how they are looking today
its totally normal to have 3 inches loose at the roots
the split roots is common with forced sections..they are trying to revert to natural sections
you will see the looser oes will dread fastst
30 is going to be thick, but not way too thick
sea salts for tightening and wait till they are fairly looose
the dreasdlockshampoo.com liquid has sea salt in it so if you wash with that u dont need sea saly
how many dreads total
hi u didnt comment on my page (comment bac button) so didnt see this
you look beautiful with dreads 1st off, but ..ok
crochet, being that tight, they wont dread at all for 6 months unless loosened.. they then can be visibly stiff for up to 3 years.. but if you loosen them now they will recover alot faster
id start light conditioning till they are pretty loose and soft, then stop
one thing you will have to deal with also during recovery is extra fuzzy dreads, all the hairs that broke will pop out
dreads are fuzzy anyways.. but yurs will be fuzzier during recvery
use comment back so we can talk moe
Oh my goodness I feel like I'm talking to a celebrity I had dreadlocks like 7 years ago and used to read comments on this site but never posted, so it's nice to finally connect. Back then I was dying my hair and had all kinds of extensions so I shaved my head and have been growing out my hair to have dreads again since.
When the guy made my dreads this time he twisted and ripped, then crochet hooked, then interlocked the roots. I now learned never to do either of those again... will this first time mess things up at all?
Yes, they are super tight. I have thin hair and have 30 dreadlocks. They are super thin right now because they're so tight so hopefully they thicken up. He also gave me a middle part i'm not super fond of but learning to not care as much, the beauty of having dreadlocks.
Anyways, so nice to be a part of the community, ill post pictures soon
gad you learned that crochets a mistake on day 1 at least
are they real tight?