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Laura Darling
@Laura Darling
07/04/10 03:29:19PM
5 posts

Just a few dreads...


Dreadlock Styles and Dread Styling

My parents finally came to a compromise with me and that is if I want dreads I can only have a few in my hair, like 3 or 4 scattered around. I'm wondering if it eats up the hair surrounding it and if there's any way to prevent that from happening. D: It kinda sucks.
updated by @Laura Darling: 01/13/15 08:39:40PM
Laura Darling
@Laura Darling
06/28/10 02:36:39PM
5 posts

Removing dreads


Life Issues Facing Dreads

yeah, she says that she has never done dreads, never will but she knows a lot more about them than me just because she watched one person get a dread perm. And that person came back whining that their hair was ruined. Wonderful how some people are so ignorant, huh?
Laura Darling
@Laura Darling
06/28/10 01:38:34PM
5 posts

Removing dreads


Life Issues Facing Dreads

I think I figured out why she thinks it ruins your hair. She probably learned that a dread perm is the only way to get dreads, and that if you don't want that then lots of wax would do it. I just talked to her on the phone (thank god she's miles and miles away) and she said that I am about the most stupid person she's ever talked to, that I'm really gullible for believing what people on the internet say, and that of course you have to use wax, how else would it stay in your hair?. wow.ricky williams said:
I slap your aunts hands *slap, slap* it wont really change your hair texture at all if you take them out ive seen people do it their hair was a little curly the moment after they were finished but it was back the way it used to be the day after they took them down. Does that make sense i did to me i hop it does to anyone else hmm. But why cut them before college haha thats the time that most people decide to try for them
Laura Darling
@Laura Darling
06/28/10 12:05:53PM
5 posts

Removing dreads


Life Issues Facing Dreads

i really really hope so ^.^neil coe said:
i think if the best way to convince your parents that dreads are a good thing, is to simply sit them down and have them look at this site, so much info, real info, and show them some of these fine peoples pics, i mean just wow, so beautiful, if this site dont convince them, then nothing will lol
Laura Darling
@Laura Darling
06/28/10 10:24:09AM
5 posts

Removing dreads


Life Issues Facing Dreads

I don't know if you guys have a discussion or whatever about this yet, but I really need to know the truth. See, I'm planning on having dreads for only two years, removing them the summer before college. But the problem is my parents. They're really strict with me about the littlest stuff, like my hair. I haven't been able to do anything short of cutting it all my life. I had highlights in it once and they freaked. But anyways, my parents are waging war against me and my decision to get dreads. I really want them before I go to college.My aunt-in-law who is a self proclaimed hair specialist or whatever, told my mom that dreads have to be cut off to get rid of them. And that you'll lose a third of your hair volume. And I have really thin and fragile hair. So basically my parents are worried that I'll ruin my hair beyond recognition.Oh, and my aunt-in-law also said that it changes your hair texture. I have really wavy-ish hair.How can I convince my parents that dreads are a safe and natural hairstyle that isn't any different than say, getting extensions? Or are they really bad for tyour hair?
updated by @Laura Darling: 02/14/15 03:50:04AM
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