The dread in some dreadlock work – what to look out for
Freedom Dreads Blog
by Eva-Willow Nelipot
5M ago
As we can all imagine, when one works in any particular field you get to see the good and bad, the fantastic and downright nasty. Needless to say that working with dreadlocks is no different. After seeing the same disasters over and over during the course of the last few years, I have decided to put some images and information together to perhaps help the next person to not land in the same situation. To see and fix a slight mess or total disaster from a person who is not a professional or to bring order to free-formed locks is understandable. However, when it comes to shocking work done by s ..read more
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Why I don’t recommend faux locks, at all
Freedom Dreads Blog
by Eva-Willow Nelipot
5M ago
To name this post something so subtle actually bothers me. This is a topic I dread. No pun intended. Before I start though, I need to reiterate that the following post and my thoughts on this is the case for South Africa. I am well aware that other countries have amazing faux lock artists who’s products as well as their work is reputable and of good quality. I sometimes get asked if I do faux locks. No, I don’t do them. I get asked to fix the disaster afterwards as well and ‘that’ is the part that gets to me. In short, it can be a nightmare and an expensive nightmare at that. It is upsettin ..read more
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