Why Mature men and women wear Dreads

Why do mature men and women wear dreadlocks?  To express their sense of style or spirituality.  Dreadlocks have been around for a very long time.  Some of the earliest depictions of dreadlocks date back as far as 3600 years to the Minoan Civilization

 

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Wisdom, Lion/Lioness, King/Queens, Mature Men and Women.  These are just a few words that I’ll use to describe the pictures above.  Who said that dreadlocks are only for the youth? Some men and women start growing their hair from birth, other decide later on in life that its alright to express themselves and allow there natural tresses to sprout out of their head the way God had intended.

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It’s not true at all that grey hair makes you look older.  You’re as young as you feel.  In fact, grey hair is a more popular choice than ever, with people embracing the

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trend through experimentation with metallic colors, as well as transitioning from dyed hair to their natural grey shades. It would be a wonderful thing, if you, like these distinguished Brothers and Sisters choose to embrace your natural hair and natural color. Will you dye your hair when it starts turning grey? Or would you let it do whatever it does?

If you are a natural hair stylist or someone interested in showing the world your hair-craft, you will need a braiding license. With a Braiding License in the State of Florida, you will be able to work in salons as a Braider or Locktician. Click here to learn more.

Please leave a message if you are on this journey and would like to share with others:-)

 

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