Mommy teaching babby easier water drinking way because drinking water is hard experience u get it in your nose. Jesus how she puts her paw on his head in the second one. Such concern and love.
THIS IS THE CUTEST THING I HAVE EVER FUCKING SEEN FROM CATS EVER
like imagine if you’d never seen a dog and you saw a saint bernard and you were like, what’s that and then someone was like, thats a dog. and then you saw a chihuahua and you were like ok whats that and they were like, that’s a dog. wouldn’t you feel lied to? wouldn’t you sense that something was amiss
HOW TO MAKE WRAPPED TRANSITIONAL DREADS
- Two or more colors of kanekalon jumbo braid
- A sturdy comb for backcombing
- A tea kettle or steamer for sealing
- Choose two colors of 100% kanekalon jumbo braid. Use a little less than half of what you normally would for a solid dread for the top color, and a little more than half for the bottom color.
- For this tutorial I’ll be making a single-ended dread, but you can use it for double-ended dreads as well. Secure the top of your dread however you prefer, then backcomb each color separately.
- Take the color you want to be at the top of the dread (lime green in the picture) and wrap it tightly around the bottom color.
- When you’re done wrapping, backcomb the end of the top color until it’s secured to the bottom color.
- Twist the rest of the dread, all the way down to the ends.
- Seal your dread with boiling water or steam.
The third dread from the bottom in the last picture is the wrapped transitional from this tutorial. The tops of this style are a little more solid than a regular dread because of the wrapping. The two rainbow dreads in the last picture are also wrapped transitionals — just use six colors instead of two :)
Oreo cleaning his little feeties~!
wow i thought foxes were supposed to be dangerous but really they’re just tiny ginger dogs