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my first naturals (more pics added)

Post by hatemekillme » Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:47 pm

I think that they turned out great but since they are the first naturals I made I decided to post them here in case you guys have any advice for me.....the ends really bother me though im not really sure if i could seal them like I would twisted dreads or if i should leave them the way they are....I also made some pink ones im working on making a whole set I will get more pics later.....

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Post by IKickShins » Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:54 pm

They look great! I think the ends are okay the way they are; natural ends do tend to be kinda messy.

Since they're so chunky, you could try just twisting up the ends a tiny bit and sealing them. As long as you're careful and only twist a little bit, it shouldn't mess up the rest of the dread.
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Re: my first naturals

Post by hatemekillme » Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:58 pm

I think im gonna do that with the ends....I really like making naturals I am wanting to make a couple sets Im planning on doing this one blonde neon pink and neon orange with mostly solids and some blends....Does anyone know where I could buy some cool dread beads?? Im hoping if I get good enough I can start selling my dreads

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Re: my first naturals (more pics added)

Post by convenientlust » Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:06 pm

beautiful naturals! they look very uniform. i love the color choice :)

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Post by radio-trash » Thu Jun 03, 2010 1:59 am

They look awesome! I think the ends look good as they are. They might get kind of hard, or pokey like with the twisted dreads once they are sealed unless you are careful and only steam a little. But you already mentioned just sealing them a wee bit, should turn out rad! I am excited to see what the completed set will look like.

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Re: my first naturals (more pics added)

Post by Kajablomst. » Fri Jun 04, 2010 7:24 am

They are lovely. Love the colours :D They look very natural too.

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Post by zombiejunkyard » Fri Jun 04, 2010 5:59 pm

They look awesome, I'd rock'em.
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Re: my first naturals (more pics added)

Post by hatemekillme » Sat Jun 05, 2010 12:58 am

Thanks guys Im glad you all like em...Ive made some neon orange ones and some neon pink and neon orange blends...Im making some more blondes and then I'll post the pics when the set is all finished....I wasnt sure If they looked right though cuz Ive never owned a set of naturals only seen pics so I was a little worried.....Its nice to get some good feedback though....

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