Read this incredible email from Knotty girl Paige T., telling the story of her battle with trichotillomania – compulsively pulling out one’s hair – and her victory over this condition through dreadlocks.
“Come January 7th, my dreadlocks will turn four years old. They have been an amazing experience the entire time through, and I hope to sport them well into the coming decades. I did however think it might be time to share why my dreadlocks are so very special to me. Read more…
“There were no black people in my son’s elementary school, and he got dreads.
I told him if the kids teased him, to go to the office and tell the nurse he was sick so he could phone me to come pick him up. Well, the whole day went by, I got no phone call, so when he got home I asked him how his day went. He said everyone made fun of him, called him a girl. Read more…
An intensive two-day curriculum taught by Knotty Boy Stylist Trainers educates students in everything needed for professional Knotty Boy Method Dreadlock Creation and Ongoing Maintenance, as well as Dreadlock Repair, Extension and Modification. Knotty Boy Product education is also covered. Certificates of Completion are awarded at the end of Day 2.
An optional third day is offered for additional one-on-one practice with Stylist Trainers, as well as a Business Mentoring Q & A session discussing the basics of starting and growing a successful dreadlock styling business, for students wishing to further increase confidence in their new skills and future ventures.
These days most of us are doing our best to reduce our carbon footprint. From eating more locally-sourced food to grabbing our bikes over taking the car, we’re reducing our reliance on fossil fuels, thus saving money and helping keep the environment from swirling down the toilet.
But ever think about what gasoline by-products might also be lurking in your hair products, not to mention leaking into your bloodstream? Ew.
Here are a 3 common hair care ingredients that might be working against your best efforts. Read more…
“Skateboarding took a massive unexpected hit late last week, with the sad and untimely passing of Lewis Marnell.
Lewis’ mother issued the following statement over the weekend:
“FYI and to clear up any quandries relating to Lewis’ sad & untimely passing, he had a massive hypoglycemic reaction which did not respond to ingested glucose. He was at home and was discovered by his wife around 6.30 on Friday night Melb time. It was not possible to resuscitate him and we are all still trying to come to terms with this tragedy. We ask everybody to send out thoughts and prayers of love and comfort. Please keep his memory alive and let this not be a terrible waste.” ”