Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Fabric Dreadlock Bead Sizing And Polymer Clay Dreadlock Beads Coming Soon

Hello Everyone,
So I c
reated a video today based on a subscriber's question about sizing dreadlocks to fit dreadlock beads.  The fabric dreadlock beads that I create are formed around a pencil, a sharpie pen, and now I am experimenting with you a huge empty  thread spool.  Compare the size of your own dreadlock to either one of these object and you will know what size dreadlock bead would fit.


I also discuss how I have decided to make polymer clay dreadlock beads again.  I stopped making them to sale on my shop because I only sold I think about 2 or 3.  So because a subscriber requested I have ordered more clay.  It is not that I don't like making them.  I love making them it is just that for awhile I wasn't able to afford to buy some polymer clay because of some financial problems.  That is when I discovered fabric beads.  The thread is reasonably cheap and they are so durable if you  embroider them heavily.


Here are some photos of the fabric dreadlock beads I have recently finished and that I have posted on my etsy shop.  Thank you all for you love and support

Brightest Blessings, Darkmoon Doll

www.darkmoondoll.etsy.com

Sunday, January 10, 2016

So today ladies and gentleman I want to talk about judgements in regards to my Freeform Dreadlocks.  Here what I have to report for today on how I feel that people relate to me or don't relate to me.
Last night I went to my local grocery store and my antennae a.k.a. freeform dreadlocks were tingling in a bad way yet I have found if I stay focused in my mission that I can flow through the negative looks and the rude behavior. 

The longer that I walk through this world with my freeform dreadlocks hanging from my head I feel more immune to the negative comments and snickers and also not to mention the not so subtle insults.

For instance there  is this woman that works at one the grocery stores that I go to always look uncomfortable talking to me when my freeform dreadlocks are not pulled up.  Because it does really seem that people respond differently when my hair is down in its lion's mane state.  But when it is pulled up in a relaxed bun people get more friendly.  Weird, so weird!  What would people do if they came in contact with a being from another planet with 4 eyes?


So anyway here are some photos so you can tell me if you see any difference in me a soul on the planet earth.

Sunday, January 3, 2016

So I have been a busy little bee creating really cool fabric dreadlock beads.  I know how frustrating it can be to find dreadlock beads that are one of a kind and that are fancy enough for special occasions .  I don't like to fuss too much with my dreadlocks but I do really enjoy adorning them.  Some people like to dye their dreadlocks bright colors I prefer to wear beads.

On my etsy shop I have posted a variety of beads that I created and here they are. Thank you so much for all of your love and support.

www.darkmoondoll.etsy.com



Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Freeform Dreadlocks Herbs To Pick For Freeform Dreadlock Rinse

Hello Everyone.  So today on my darkmoondoll youtube channel I posted my show called Freeform Dreadlock Talk.  I host this show on Wednesday for those out there that are new to freeform dreadlocks and want to start your journey ask me your questions and I could work it into my future shows. 

On today's show I discussed how to pick out the right herbs for your freeform dreadlocks rinse.  I emphasize how important it is to keep things simple.  Rosemary is my number one herb when it comes to keeping my locks healthy.  My main hair rinse consists of rosemary,spearmint and sage.  When I can get up to the river I find stinging nettles and horsetail.  I also talk about how important it is to not only nourish your hair on the outside but to make sure that you are putting enough nutrient dense foods into your body as well.


I hope you all find this bit of information helpful and feel free to leave questions at my email address which is
blacknails31@yahoo.com



Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Hello Everyone out there in cyber world that is reading this post right now.  And for all of you that have been following this blog on my dreadlock journey thus far I apologize for not being more consistent with my posts.  I have been making videos for my show Freeform Dreadlock Talk on a consistent basis so I felt it fair to write more often in this blog to keep you all up to date.

I have been loving having my Freeform Dreadlocks and my dreads are 18 yrs old now. It is fascinating to me how much I have grown since I first started this journey .  I have still had negative energy thrown my way yet as the years go by I have become more confident in who I am and what my purpose is here on earth.  So those negative vibes don't trigger anger and hurt as much as in the past.

On today's Freeform Dreadlock Talk show I discussed how I feel about people claiming to be inspired by Bob Marley yet they go and get their dreadlocks maintained at a salon.


I think that there is a misunderstanding of what Bob Marley was about.  I don't believe that he would encourage people to do anything unnatural to there heads to go against Mother Nature/Mother Earth.

Just remember everyone this is my perspective based on my personal experiences and my own personal observations of how people behave and think

Here are my Freeform Dreadlocks at the present moment and the show.  Enjoy!

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Hello Everyone! Today I recorded my show that I do every Wednesday called Freeform Dreadlock Talk. I basically like to share my personal experience with you all from having my Freeform Dreadlocks for 18yrs now.

Today I talked about the importance of incorporating more fresh fruits and vegetables into your daily eating routine.  I don't like to use the word diet. I once read a book that said that if you break down the word diet it is di- et. Like you die when you eat. May sound silly but that has been stuck in my brain ever since I read it. From my own personal experience I have found that the more fruits and vegetables I eat the better my dreadlocks look and feel.  These foods feed and nourish your Freeform Dreadlocks from the inside out.

So all of the products that people buy to supposedly make their dreadlocks healthy can be damaging them instead.  I think that it is important to first and foremost get your nutrition for your hair from the inside. Sure you can do tons of herbal rinses on your Freeform Dreadlocks with healing and nourishing herbs but if what most of what you put into your body is processed food the herbal rinses are a waste of time.


Like I mentioned in my show today the only meat that I am eating currently is fish.  I also do use dairy and eggs when I cook and bake.  I am learning to use the eggs and dairy in moderation.


I like to eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and I cook and prepare meals for my family and myself every night.  It is a nice feeling to know exactly what is going into my food instead depending on restaurants to provide me with the proper nourishment.



Not only does the foods that you put into your body affect the health of your hair, so can stress.  If you do not find the time to go outside and enjoy nature and breathe in natural air outside of air conditioning and unnatural heating your body ,mind,and soul can get totally depleted of energy.  When you leak energy your body performs at a less than desirable way.

So here are my suggestion for all of those out there wanting to improve the health of your dreadlocks:

1. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables everyday.
2. Drink fresh water all day.
3. Spend time in the sun
4. Sit with your back against a tree with your feet bare on Mother Earth
5. Go for walks and move your body to get circulation to your brain promoting healthy hair follicles.
6. Herbal Rinses instead of oils and conditioners.
7 Let your Freeform Dreadlocks style themselves