No Excuses, No Regrets. (gypsy88) wrote in get_up_dread_up,
No Excuses, No Regrets.

Down Filled Blanket= super super comfy, batman!

Picking mass amounts of little tiny feathers out of your dreads= fuck.

On  a side note, (Yes, I HAVE read the memories.) I have those little white speckles everywhere from my roots. I've been dying over them to hide them. Now, the thing is, I don't like the whole uniform color thing on me. I like the natural looking dreads where everyone is a different color, maybe one dread in itself is many different colors, etc etc. I don't want to try and dye one dread dark brown, bleach one dread so it's a lighter brown, bleach another dread lighter so it's a lighter brown, because, well, I don't think it would look right. I don't want to plan the differences in color myself. I want nature to take care of it.

From the Memories, I know that washing with detergent or dishsoap will make your color fade.

BUT. Because of the way my hair is, The little white broken roots still show.  If I don't dye it, I'm going to get those speckles everywhere. And I DO NOT WANT.

So I'm kind of stuck. Either keep dying my hair, and have it look dyed, or let the color fade, and have white spots everywhere and look like I have a bad case of dandruff.

Any suggestions?
I know it sounds kind of hypocritical, I want my hair to look natural but I want to cover up the little white spots at the same time.  The first month I dreaded  I didn't dye at all and I loved it, every dread was a different color, they were all unique, it was perfect. But then people kept commenting on the whitespots everywhere, so I was compelled to dye. I live in redneck central, and explaining to them that no, it's not dandruff, it's just broken hair doesn't work.

Thanks dudes.
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