1 Year Natural Dread Timeline
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I have about 23 new dreads forming from smaller on. Some consisting of up to 3 smaller dreads.
I hope i got everything right. anyway... without further delay; My year timeline!
i know i know. all comprised of photos i have already uploaded. also that picture dead zone.
I am so happy i made it thus far! thanks to everyone who has helped me in the past!
I'll be around...
Very nice to meet you Heather!
I think i'll leave the Q's to more experienced members . I will say that natural method was my choice of action (or lack of) and i'm very satisfied with the results thus far. i soak my hair with baking soda and warm water for 10-15 minutes twice a week.
Looking forward to seeing you around!
Well... I hadcontemplateddreads for 4 years, up until 3 months ago when istartedmy own
Growing up in a very large family,eachone of us rely on individuality through music,vocabularyand self-image to set us apart from each other (yeah, I know). Unlike other siblings (I assume), I never felt I had to try to be different, because that was who I was. I sometimes feel my sibling are slightlyembarrassedaboutme,consideringhow they try to coax me to do things differently in a way they find right.
Even though myparentswill support any reasonable decision i make; I've always been nervous about getting dread. I guess i've been nervous about change in general and I usually dwell too long on things that ishouldactupon without being scared or nervous of the outcome, or ofsomeone'scriticism.
My dreads are a sign of freedom andareintwined to my very soul. reflecting who i am through my hair is ablessingin itself and allows me to be comfortable with myself.
I'm happy to say I have no intentions of ever ridding myself of my dreads, only ever to see them flourish more.