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Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
04/20/10 07:01:34PM
37 posts

loose hair


Dread Maintenance

oh and the worst part of the whole thing i get this from my regional manager. who is a woman. and while on the line doesn't have to wear a hat or visor. neither do any of the managers 2 of which are female. i will not wear a hair net. i might be changing jobs soon. so it won't be a problem. still cooking. just be in the back of the house rather than the front.
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
04/19/10 07:06:11AM
37 posts

loose hair


Dread Maintenance

they said no to hair wraps :(
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
04/18/10 09:55:32PM
37 posts

loose hair


Dread Maintenance

se. i do tuck them in. but from running around and shit they get back out to the open. i've tried dread balling a few but nothing seems to work.ricky i will look into your suggestion aswell.also i've been written up many times so they have alot of reasons besides the hair thing to fire me. ugh this is so aggrivating.
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
04/18/10 09:20:48PM
37 posts

loose hair


Dread Maintenance

i know there a few threads about this already. and i know about aloe and what not to keep them under control. the thing is my work is freaking out about hair getting in food. again i am a cook and panera bread which has an open kitchen and i have to talk to customers and what not. in fact the regional manager of the entire east coast corporation came in and said something to me about it. i wear a hat and on the sides right by my ears are lots of loos hairs. i do have a beard and get bitched at to keep that in line all the time. now for the loost hairs there are many girls that work there too and deal with the food. they are talking about making me wear a hairnet. and i have decided if they do make me do that. then every female in there should have to wear one too. (i'm the only male with long hair) i feel that i'm being looked down upon and scrutinized for my look or my lifestyle choice. i really don't want to take legal matters. 1. considering i'm in a bit of legal trouble myself. 2. cause of my legal trouble i don't have much money. 3. i really like this job and one of my best friends is the manager. so my point is. is there anything i can do to neaten them up besides crochet the shit outta them? or apply aloe every 10 minutes? please please help.
updated by @eric-is-asche: 02/14/15 08:20:58AM
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
03/29/10 09:53:09PM
37 posts

restarting


Dread Maintenance

they are about shoulder length. i work as a cook at panera bread. so i wear i hat. i could wear a visor but they already bitch about hair in the food. so for 6 sometimes 12 hours a day my hair is pulled back, and under a hat. when i get off i usually put on a sleeve i cut off and old t shirt or bandana just cause they look goofy without. maybe i'm just freakin out a bit cause they are still baby's.Iain said:
sound alot like mine, just outta curiosity how long are ur current locks, the thing u said about tying them at work sounds JUST like me, every time i take the hair tyes out they would act weird, sometimes painful, an id want to hide my hair,
after about 5ish months of working like this you find the better ways to tie your hair back, and they don't hang out as goofy, though alot of this could be because of the length gained as well, personally I'd say let them be, an it will work out.
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
03/29/10 07:49:07PM
37 posts

restarting


Dread Maintenance

yea i can get my thumb through the roots. i think i'ma let em go and see what happens. they say time heals all wounds right?
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
03/29/10 07:26:30PM
37 posts

restarting


Dread Maintenance

well i never waxed. just back combed and crocheted. the only thing thats really grinding my gears is that some times they lay flat and look real nice. and at times they are completely out of control. i have to tie my hair back for work and wear a hat. and i also sweat my ass off at work. and it seems after i take them out of the tail they are crazy. i wash them and everything is fine. i dunno i'm so confused on what i really wanna do with them. i think i'm gonna go wash them and then i'll feel better about myself.
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
03/29/10 07:07:47PM
37 posts

restarting


Dread Maintenance

not sure if this is the right place for this discussion. but as most of you know i started dreading the summer of last year. and backcombed and crocheted. yes i know both are bad for your hear. and after reading about all of your journeys i would like to start over. only thing is i don't want to cut my hair. the tips are rounded and some of the actual dreads have been corcheted. so my question is. how hard would it be to get them out and get straight hair again? and is it worth all that? should i cut my hair and start from scratch? should i let them grow and dread on their own then cut the wierd lookin ends? i will upload some pictures in a bit.

eRic


updated by @eric-is-asche: 02/14/15 10:53:38PM
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
03/28/10 07:49:36PM
37 posts

Allgood Music Festival


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

nice. i haven't gotten mine yet due to funding problems. but i will be there. some how. maybe our paths will cross atop the mountain. this will be my 6th year.
Eric Is Asche
@eric-is-asche
03/22/10 03:19:07PM
37 posts

dandruff, scabs, scalp is on fire.


Dread Maintenance

thanks for all the advice. i guess i'll look around for these oils. my town is small. and may not have a store that sells them.
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