Anonymous asked: Do you ever wear hats with your dreads? If so, which hats? Ps. Your dreads are da bomb. I mean it! :3
Nope, I’m not into hats.
Thank you <3
Anonymous asked: my roots are very knotty, to the point where I can't even actually wash my scalp that well. is that bad?
Are the dreads all stuck together? Do they pull your scalp and hurt it? If it’s comfortable and you’re happy with it then it’s totally fine.
Anonymous asked: im using the free form method of dreads. how long does that usually take? how does it work?
Completely varies due to hair type, how often you wash, hair length etc. Dreadlocks in general (backcomb, twist n rip) usually take 1 - 2 years to be fully mature. Same for free form, but could be less or more.
Look on youtube for neglect dreadlock timelines or journey videos, you can see how it works out.
Peace & love x
Anonymous asked: Can I wear my hair up the first two months of having dreads? Not every day but often? Mine just turned one month and when I wash them,(every 7 or 8 days) they get really skinny. what should I do? I used back combed method. I also used a crochet hook. Will they ever get puffy? or stay this skinny..? I don't trust websites because they say to use wax.. Thank you!
Yes and yes. Mine were very skinny to start with for at least 6-8 months then after that they rapidly got fatter and fatter and even now they get fatter constantly. All of the hair you shed normally does not fall out, so they dreads get bulkier and more solid over time. Mine are 3 or even 4 times fatter now than when they started.
And yes, wearing you hair up shouldn’t affect them. I wore mine up lots in the first months and it caused no problem.
Anonymous asked: is sanex zero% suitable for vegans?
The ingredients are:
AQUA , SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE , GLYCERIN , COCAMIDOPROPYL BETAINE , SODIUM CHLORIDE , COCO-GLUCOSIDE , PARFUM , SODIUM LACTATE , LACTIC ACID , SODIUM BENZOATE
So yes, it contains no animal ingredients. Lactic acid sounds milk related but in fact, it’s not:
“If it’s lactate or lactic acid, it’s not from dairy (exception - sterol lactate due to the stearic acid). “Lac” ingredients are usually produced by a fermentation process using cornstarch or beet sugar.”
Anonymous asked: how much do you make from youtube? :) sorry if this is too personal, I'm just curious!
We’re not supposed to talk about it in detail, but hardly anything because my channel/videos are not popular enough. You have to have a very popular channel to make anything substantial.
My cat’s life mission is to lick every plate of food I have even if she wouldn’t even eat the food on it anyways