I think I will interloc my hair every few months instead of every few weeks.
Palmrolling saves me money, since I learned how to do it myself
Even though it lasts less, I can always get my pins and touch up the loose ones
Interlocking makes my head hurt for a few days (so tight)
Did I mention how it saves me money….
Every time I go through the ‘locs’ tag, I see people saying “ain’t nothin dreadful about my hair” and I wonder where all of that came from….I’m Jamaican & I learnt that the Rastafarians named it ‘dreadlocks’ because they dread(fear) the wrath of God…
this is a question alot of people ask my answer to the question is i made this decision to go natural because when i was relaxed i never kept up my perms nor did i take care of it .my hair was always long then it started to break off really badly then i transition to natural hair more than once because i was scared of how i would look and how ”people” where going to reacted. then one day i made up my mind to not care what people think and i transition for five months then did the big chop. why did you decided to go natural?
I was tired of the chemicals and my hair was shedding………couldn’t deal with the burning on my scalp, the sitting under the dryer for hourssssss, the nasty smell of the creme….eww. Just needed my hair to be free
That natural hair moment when you scoff at the idea of paying ridiculous BSS prices for the same old products, repackaged because the company claims it contains (trace amounts) of argan/olive/coconut/etc oil. You know bloody well you can mix up some way better stuff just using what you have at home in the kitchen :)
Wish I listened to my mother about the benefits of tea tree oil years ago…I basically wasted the bottle. Now I want some tea tree oil, but it’s so expensive D: :’(
I wonder why [we] Jamaicans call bantu knots ‘Chiney bumps’….I’ve never seen a Chinese girl with that style….and can their straight hair even keep it? xD