Matthew I agree no need for names
Matthew said:You're right, they do take FOREVER to dry, but it's a price you have to pay to make them blunted. As I said before, I've given up all maintenance on mine. I was simply suggesting a method to make them blunted. In my opinion, calling someone a negative name is not being friendly. Despite what he does, promotes, sells, he's still a fellow dreadhead, and a brother to all. Just because he did his dreads a certain way, doesn't mean he should be frowned upon. I don't endorse wax in any way, but I'll never look down on someone who used it. It's their choice, and our responsibility to advise people on being natural with their hair, not shove our opinions down their throats.
Anyway, AGAIN, I was simply suggesting a method to make ends blunted, he doesn't have to agree, or listen to me. If he wants his dreads to look, "fake" then so be it. His choice, not ours. We can only advise.
With that said, sorry if I had offended someone. SE is indeed quite friendly. I mean, he did create this, and has nothing to really gain from this. His dreads are fully mature, and look amazing. He's simply here to help out, and advise. (:
soaringeagle said:johny dirty is the 1 person whos done the most harm to the dready community
and i dont see how anything i said is unfreindly
forcing blunted ends results in fake looking dreads you might as well get a dreadwig
if they blunt on theyre own they blunt naturaly and look normal
but forced bluntness is so odvios and looks fake
dreads normaly grow organicly and differently for every person, which means some hair types will blunt easily naturaly, others wouldnt andf shouldnt
your better off if they dont
i have 5 or 6 that did and they take 3 times as long to dry ..water just pools in the tips refusing to drip out
30 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 10 feet long
also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international - soaring for people with disabilities
updated by @soaring-eagle: 07/19/15 12:44:57PM