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Who Does Your Hair?
Comments () | Published August 20, 2008

Tsegaye Milke, 41, vendor of African merchandise
How long he’s been growing his dreadlocks: About 15 years. They reach past his knees. And yes, they’re heavy.
How to achieve the look: “Just throw away the comb.”
Why dreads? “They’re a symbol of nature and of the Rastafarian culture. To be a Rastafarian means to be peaceful and to reject oppression and Babylon society.”

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