Hi, a couple of weeks ago I decided to start dreadlocks with two strand twists. I wanted a freefrom look to them, so I didn't bother parting them and I pulled them back in a tuck and roll hairstyle to make them look more work appropriate. Now weeks later my twists are getting frizzy and I can't think of another way to make them neater without starting over a getting small twists. I started these twists thinking pulling them back would make my hair more work appropriate, but now I can't find any information on styles that would make beginning dreads more job interview appropriate. Does anyone have any style ideas or do I just have to start over until after the interview?
Locs are not a "Business Neat" hair style. I started growing locs when I graduated from College 18 years ago. I went on my first interview and received my first"office" job while starting my locs. Your qualifications and interview skills are most important on an interview.If you are so concerned about your locs not looking neat then wet them and oil them down the day of your interview; just give enough time to dry. I still have my locs after 18 years and they have never been a factor in me obtaining "Office" jobs! Always remember that its JUST HAIR!!! We as Black folks; if we spent just half the time worrying about our hair as we do worrying about our social problems we could solve all of our societies social ills against us! Pretty radical but its the truth!! I wash my hair, oil my hair, tie them so they hang down my back! That's about it!!! It's just hair!!!