February 21st, 2005

what an awful night...

tonight i went into school to work on my final project for glass and... i ripped a, thee, most prominent dread off of the front on my head with the lathe... im now sporting a huge blad spot and dreads, how attractive.



i dont think my luck can get any worse, well see...

i am lucky tho that my face didnt get drawn into the lathe and smacked up tho...
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    enraged not too happyt to say theleast

I hate class

Yeah... This crappy university is forcing class upon us on President's day... Go fucking figure, they give us a four-day weekend for a big football game and FORCE us out of the dorms, but on an actual holiday still hold class.... Welcome to the south, I guess.....
Anyway, here are some pics, two I messed around with in photo shop. Oh, and one shows a little skin, so NOT WORK SAFE i guess.....
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    cranky cranky

getting started

hello I am new here

I am looking into starting to offer natural dreads as an option to customers... (I currently make fake dreadlocks, braids and cornrows through braidstorm). I have read up on all of the methods used to create and style natural dreads, but was wondering which you have used and which you have prefered. I would not be offering dread perms but rather using the same kind of methods as are used to make synthetic dreads.... (backcombing and twisting) and offering a LONG list of advice to all customers on how to maintain their dreads over the months/years ahead

I know most people use waxes... what type of wax is best to use? What would you recommend?

many thanks for your time

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i feel like a total asshole for letting this happen... tho i did have my dreads pulled back, the one in the front always slips out from behind my ear and just happened, this time... that it got caught...

dont EVER think this wont happen to you becuase split seconds it happens with no warning...

now, i look like an asshole!!! =0 |
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    blank disgruntled