(it actually was a dread that formed way later than all the others, it used to be a small chunk of loose hair that dreaded on its own... so it was really thin.) i had gotten into the habit of messing with it when i was nervous, since it was a fairly long dread within good reach of my right hand.
but yesterday i felt it just.. "slip out".. it happened pretty easily. it was pretty shocking at first. some parts of my hair have gotten pretty damaged from bleaching (like that one).. but most of my hair is doing great.. (like the newer growth especially.)
Hi everyone I'm from England and I'm really wanting to get dreads! I tried starting them on my own, but I found that sectioning them was just too difficult by myself and I really need help starting them - The only catch is that I really cannot afford to pay anyone to start them though, but can offer up lots of nice baked goods instead!
Please let me know if you'd be interested - I'm fine with the backcombing/R&T and even the crochet method!
Ok so I'm pretty sure that I missed my one year update. I've gotten really tired of all my loose hair and the parts where you can see my scalp. I guess you could say that I feel like I look funny. So I've started to comb them out.
Just because, here's a picture I took today of my dreadies. They're now 2 years, 1 month old :) I bumped into a friend earlier this afternoon and a woman with him said she loved them and very politely asked if she could pet them. She said she's growing out her hair a bit before she joins the dread club too.