Meeep! I feel so stupid posting a question like this, especially since so many of you seem to love the look of nice, thick dreadlocks. I personally think the most flattering width depends on the bone structure of a person. *shrug* Anyway, I've been thinking about dreading my hair for about 3 years now, and I finally have a job where I can do that if I want to. So here's the question- if I wanted my dreads to be thin and resemble yarn, could I make them so?
I saw a cool short documentary today called Lockin' Up, it made me really happy. A lot of things we discuss in this community were represented, not to mention so many beautiful dreads. Check it out if you get the chance!
So as if I didnt love Tilda Swinton enough and as if I didnt want to see Narnia enough..as soon as I found out that Tilda, playing the white witch, has dreads in that movie I wanted to see it so much more. Did anyone else have the cartoon movie when they were younger, it was like my favorite movie and books
In about 18 hours I have a huge performance.. It's all sold out, so everything has to be PERFECT.. 1000 people there to see me *nods*
My dancing teacher told me I had to use lots of spray on my dreads, but I told her it won't work. That would be the same as poisoning my babies. POISONING! So I was thinking I might use Beeswax to keep them to my head, and I will off course use clips, pony tail and little knot + net.