IF ANY OF YOU HAPPEN TO BE IN OCEAN CITY MD FOR THE WEEKEND
And are looking for some good reggae shows
You guys should check out my boyfriend’s band, Lucky Dub, at Seacrets all weekend starting from 9pm-all night!
Trust me it’ll be a great time. Great food and drinks, no cover charge, and it’s on the beach with lots of sexy ladies and butts. I mean, come on.
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ive fallen deeply in love with those who have dreads since 420. but because i dont have dreads it seems like no one that has dreads will talk to me.. anyway i could meet peaceful people.. btw youre all beautiful. ox
Awww sweetie I’m sure you’re a wonderful person, and if anyone’s being rude or disrespectful just tell them to go fuck themselves lul. And hey, why don’t you talk to them? I feel so flattered whenever anyone compliments me on my hair, and not at all strange!
Ever since i combed out my dreads a few months ago my hair has been super frizzy and poofy because my dreads were very loopy and my hair was that way for a year but i cannot get my hair to straighten any advice?
Conditioner is your best friend :)
Hey so I really want to get dreads but I'm not certain about several things. So I have about 10 inches long hair and I was wondering, how long do they get after it's all "dreadlocked"? And I read the "METHODS", but I'm not sure if I can get it right by backcombing or by Twist and Rip and I definitely haven't got enough patience to do the Natural method. It also came to my mind if a hairdresser get it done for me but I'm just really not sure about that either Sorry for the long note... and thanks
DO NOT GO TO A SALON!
Trust me, i’ve made pretty much every mistake possible and going to a salon was by far the worst one. Other than putting wax in my hair, which the salon did as well and took a fucklong time to get it out. If you ask me, I’d go with the backcombing. Maturity’s faster, and it blends in very well with new growth!
After you dread your hair, you lose about 2-5 inches i’d say, depending on your hair type. Curly hair tends to dread better, I’ve noticed. While yes you do lose some length, dreadlocks are still hair, and hair grows! You’ll notice, everyone who’s had their dreads for a while and combs them out realizes that they now have hair much much longer than they did when they started.