dreads and jobs
dreads jobs employment issues
During the day, I am dedicated stay at home mom. At night, paper throwing momma! I work a paper route for the local newspaper it is a very un-uniform job. Let's me be me
i only separate a couple times a month now because my hair texture is so fine that i don't think i'll have issues with huge congos or beaver tails any time soon. i was obsessing about it in the beginning too but i think it ultimately set me back in knotting. plus i was putting more time into my hair than before when it wasbrushablewhich defeats the point of letting your hair go:)
i did on 1st set and had 2 horns and a beavertaail yours look like they will get huge in a hurry
if u stop seperating ar leat continue to monitor for husge matts i stopped separating for 4 years and just started agaun and still finding spots that im unsure of haha
Your Welcome! I crochet (hats, blankets, pillow cases, skirts, etc.), make clay beads, baked goods and decorate cupcakes/cakes/cookies. I just started doing peyote stitch bead sleeves for dreads, so I will probably throw that in the mix too. I'm also trying to get back into sewing. I have an antique sewing machine I need to figure out. I'm not a very active seller, but I do all my crafts more for the joy and pleasure it gives me. I've been considering etsy, lol, but I think I'm too lazy to go that far! I think I'll have to stick with friends and family
Tessa Smith said:
Thank you! That's a great way to sell things. Sounds like a very fair deal! What is it you make and sell?
Cora Walborn said:I think they look great! I would go by the rule of 3 when / if you sell them. That's what I normally do with my things. I take the total cost it took me to make the object and multiply it by 3. 1 for the object, 1 for me and 1 for a future project / savings. I also like trading too. Good luck if you choose to sell and good luck with your future crafts
My head gets super itchy after a bs wash and acv rinse. I don't think I am going to do that anymore. I know I rinse thoroughly and then rinse some more, but for some reason my scalp does not care for the bs / acv. Not to mention that my hair looks so flat, limp and oily afterwards (it doesn't feel oily, just looks it). I'm going to stick with just dr. bronner's, my scalp and hair likes it much more.
I think every person's hair and skin is different. The norm doesn't always work for everyone. I wish it did, because everyone raves about how great the results are of the bs / acv, I just don't get those results, and I know I am following the directions to a T.
I think you find what works best for you and not stray. Give Dr. Bronners a try or even a daily clarifying shampoo by sauve, neutrogena or similar.