dreadwoman, Germany
  • country Germany
  • Member since Joined 3rd Sep., 2009
  • icon Seen over 4 years ago

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  • icon dutch, german, english
  • icon she/her
  • icon 16th May 1977
    (46 years old)

About dreadwoman...

♥Hi there!

♥I am a Dutch woman (36 years), but I live in Germany. I am married and I have 2 fantastic daughters.
My passion is 'dreadlocks'! (real ones, not synthetic) I had dreads for over 8 years and I loved them. I combed them out in august 2012. It was a promise to my daughters. As a job I make dreads by other people.

♥I like to receive postcards! Especially humorous or stupid/weird cards!
I also like black/white postcards. And I love colourful cards!
I am very feminine; I love pink, perfume, girly things!
Maybe you can have a look on my 'favourites'. http://www.postcrossing.com/user/dreadwoman/gallery/favourites

♥Feel free to choose any card that you like personally. I think it is very special that someone somewhere on the world map wants to send me a card!

♥I really appreciated when you write more about YOU!!
(your life,your job,your country, your friends, a good song, book or movie, a recipe for your favourite food, what funny thing your cat or dog did today... anything! But at least write something, anything more interesting than just 'hello, happy postcrossing, greetings from'.....)
I like written and stamped cards.

Something about dreadlocks:

Rumour: You do not wash dreadlocks. Hair must be dirty to dread.
Fact: If you do not wash your hair it will stink. Dreadlocked hair needs to be washed regularly just like un-dreaded hair. You can wash dreads just as you would wash a sponge, by working the soap in and then squeezing and rinsing repeatedly to get all the soap out. Clean hair will actually lock up faster than dirty or oily hair.

Of course I can tell you much more about dreads, but I think this was the most important question/prejudice people have.♥

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