I've had 2 sets of dreads in the past-I loved my second set, my first set not so much.
I gotten rid of the second set due to wanting to change and I felt like I grew out of them. Now recently my boyfriend of 3 years told me the other day that he hated them-he went into detail about he wasn't attracted to me when I had them and so on. Ever since we had that conversation I started thinking about getting another set done-this time for longer than 1 year. I'm just afraid that my boyfriend will totally go ballistic on me. I know that I should let him tell me how to wear my hair but sometimes I feel like I should honor his opinion. What should I do...
Also is there anybody near Syracuse, NY who would be willing to help me start my dreadies if I decide to go forth on this??
THanks in advanced!
i just had to take out all my extensions because i found a few eggs and lice in the back of my hair.
i'm going to try using Delacet tomorrow along with dying my dreads (i wanted to go blonder anyways).
i was thinking of taking the extensions out.... i've missed my cute shorties.
wish me luck!
01.51am 21/4/08  : someone reassure me?
I kind of have a mostly shaved head right now, but I'm really getting tired of styling the mohawk every day. I had heard the term "Fake Dreads" at some point, and I was wondering about those. Pretty much everything about them, in fact. How they would be made, what of, installation, recommended length, cost, removal, care, and pretty much everything about them. I'm clueless here. A problem I foresee with everything hair related: it's naturally curly. Very. Like, corkscrews Shirley Temple curls that are really not as fun as one would imagine. Also, in about a month I will be going to Costa Rica with my Spanish class and as such, be able to look good enough for a teenager to not be insecure, but be low maintenance enough to...be low maintenance. At this point I'm pretty much ou of options short of *gasp!* GROWING my hair out. I have bangs and a mohawk that I can straighten every day and other than that, it's buzzed to an inch.