reggae is his bag (lunatic_3051) wrote in get_up_dread_up,
reggae is his bag
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congos and beavertails? also some pics of new hats

well, i haven't been messing with my dreads lately, i've been doing more important stuff. about a month ago, i put my head under a tam, went to school, worked on my website(www.customdreadstuf.com), made more hats, and haven't touched my hair since. since i've been so busy, i haven't really gotten a chance to look at my hair...



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aaah im getting a good dank texture on these-im 8.5 months in.
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a few congos
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my biggest congo
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and one with my hair all tied up for skating
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so i've got a bunch of congos and beavertails going on, i'd normally rip them apart, but i think i'm going to let them grow out and get fat. i can't get any good pictures right now because they aren't very long, but i will in the future. my favorite's a beavertail with three dreads side by side almost grouping with a fourth one. aaaah. letting your locks do what they want is liberating and a lot more fun IMO. what do you guys think? more fun to maintain or let them do what they want?

and some pics of hats i've made recently for customers:

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open:
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and my favorite one:

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haha yeah i know.


so here's the big question: is it better to watch the hair take it's own course, or to control it via ripping apart the ones trying to join or crocheting loose hairs in, etc.
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