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Glass Beads [06 Jun 2003|12:30am]
I was wondering if anyone would be interested in hand made glass beads for their dreads. Each one would be unique - you customize them by color & size. Average beads are about 1.25" by 1".

I've noticed that many on-line stores sell them for about $22 to $35 a piece for beads that size. We're thinking about selling them for $15 +s&h - does that sound like a fair price to you guys?

If anyone is interested feel free to leave a comment or email me at dondi@belen.net
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Question: good length for dreading [06 Jun 2003|12:37pm]
[ mood | curious ]

Hi everyone. Quick question: how long does my hair need to be for me to dread it AND have it not standing straight up? My hair is about 5-6" long right now and my bangs are a little shorter. I usually wear dread extensions (you can see them a little in the user photo), but I like them so much that I'd like to grow my own. But that said, I really don't want to have short little nubby dreads that make me look like Sideshow Bob either.

Any thoughts?

-Miranda

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[06 Jun 2003|01:22pm]
my ion has my dreads in it a little....
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Family reactions? [06 Jun 2003|10:51pm]
[ mood | frustrated ]

So, I'm home from college for the weekend. My fledgling dreads are about 2.5 months old and still look pretty shitty but decent. I have them in pigtails today, which for me is the most groomed-looking style I've got at the moment. It's the first time my parents have seen them, and I didn't tell them about it ever before. My dad doesn't really care, but my mom has just officially shat her pants over it.

"Is that why you wore a bandanna last time we saw you?" she asks.
"Yup." and I of course can't keep a straight face about it because it's just goddamn HAIR, but she has this ghastly look.
"Well, you're not going to have it much longer."
"Yeah, uhm, I am. As long as I want them."
"Joanna Schmoe from church has them. Hers look a lot better, though."
"I don't care who else has them."
"Well, WHY did you do that?"
"Erm, because I wanted to...and things..." (she wouldn't understand my reasonings at all)
::evil mum shakes head::
"Does work let you wear your hair like that?"
"Um, work doesn't care."

And she's been terribly mean to me since.

I mean, I don't really like her at all and rarely have to see her, but it's still somewhat trying to be looked at with disapproval EVERY time she sees me, just because my hair's a little different.

So I guess why I'm posting is... Have any of you had similar bad reactions? How did you deal with it? Have your parents/family calmed down about it?

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