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Marlee Batchelder


Location: Burlington, VT
Zipcode: 05408
Country: US


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In need of reassurance

user image 2012-10-24
By: Marlee Batchelder
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Greetings friends.

I've been moderately worried as of late. I don't have extremely thin hair, although I'm also aware that it's not especially thick. I am having fears of my hair dreading and only having a small number of thin-ish dreads- thus looking like an idiot. I currently have about 13 that are semi-formed in the back. Most of the front hasn't formed yet. I've been told that everything will thicken up over the course of this never ending process, but I'm still afraid that I may end up looking stupid with innumerous stragly dreads.

Has anyone else contemplated this though? I just keep seeing pictures and people with amazingly think and numerous dreads and thinking "I will never have that many dreads/dreads that thick"

Someone make me feel better :/

Star Gryphon
10/24/12 11:27:19PM @star-gryphon:

Some people have less dreads...and some people have more. Really...part of the beauty is that no set looks the same! Well...unless you got them at a salon. :)

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/24/12 10:52:11PM @soaring-eagle:

if you had 13 dreads they would be huge but you said thats only the back of yiur head so your probably going to have 30 or so so thats thick medium thick

and will look awesome in you

every dreads beautiful for its uniquesness thin thick long short ziggy zaggy crazy straight wether u had thousands or ..3.. its all beautiful

Baba Fats
10/24/12 10:51:05PM @baba-fats:

If you ever feel bad about your locks, look at mine. I have 17 locks. Most people with that few have super fat ones. Mine are fat, but not as fat as they should be with as much hair as should be in each. And I barely have any on the top of my head. All of them grow around the sides of my head. Do I look funny? Even if I do, I rock them. You should rock yours too. You never look as funny, to others, as you think you do to yourself

10/24/12 10:46:00PM @gingerrose:
The proportions should be perfect - I guess that is what I was trying to say in that ramble ;)9

10/24/12 10:44:57PM @gingerrose:
It's your hair, doing its own thing on your own head. If you trust your hair (and whatever higher power you subscribe to, if any), it won't do you wrong. And every time you catch yourself worrying, you could try something like, "My hair is natural and beautiful" instead of whatever negative self talk is running...

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