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Glad I'm the first comment. I ve been following you for like more than 3 years now, and I have always admired you, your dreadlocks, your piercings, your taste, also your camera, and your beauty for sure. I unfortunately can't get any of those because my society don't accept such things (dreads n piercings) and I also still can't afford getting a camera, whatever :( . and that's why I keep checking out your blog every fucking week, your dreads are so beautiful!. I always wanted to ask you, your hair is getting taller and taller, but it's still dreaded in the roots.. does that mean that you must cut off all your hair once you'll want to take your dreads off? Amira, Morocco.
don't cut too much! we watch your videos for your personality too you know ;) xx
I love how clean and bright your photos always look!
This is a comment for Amira or anyone else who is interested. I've got similar hair to Anna and have had dreads for over 2 years - I loved them so much! It is possible to brush them out as I have taken some out to get more loose hair. I just used a tail comb and lots of strong conditioner (The Aussie 3min Deep Conditioner is best, I did try the Knotty Boy Dread removal stuff but honestly it isn't worth the money, normal deep conditioner is fine). I just brushed slowly from the ends up in sections and if there were loops I used the tail of the comb to pull them out. Lots of hair comes out but it's just hair that would of been lost from normal shedding that is trapped in the dread (as when your hair falls out there is no wear for it to fall to). Anna, I love your dreads they are original and have lots of character. I think it's nice how you have let them take their own form over the years and it's nice to see photos also.
aha I see.. thank you Jac ;)
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