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Baba Fats

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My congos


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Baba Fats
08/15/12 09:17:13AM @baba-fats:

Thanks man. I'm diggin yours too


Kid Ayn Gibran
08/15/12 12:26:10AM @kid-ayn-gibran:

Holy cow your congos!!! dOpe


Baba Fats
05/15/12 09:53:35AM @baba-fats:

The second one I showed and the second to last one are my favorite congos. The third one I showed with a little stub is probably my favorite lock, though


Baba Fats
05/15/12 09:52:02AM @baba-fats:

The second one I showed and the second to last one are my favorite congos. The third one I showed with a little stub is probably my favorite lock, though


James Turk
05/15/12 09:14:06AM @james-turk:

Nice congos! I like the huge one you showed last.


Baba Fats
05/15/12 07:34:45AM @baba-fats:

mine were really mature when I started to let the roots congo. So, yeah. They'll always stay separated. If yours are looser, they have a better chance of coming together completely. But you'd have to use beads, or wraps, or something to force that along. Most likely they'd stay separate at the bottom


Tara C
05/14/12 11:54:22PM @tara-c:

Do the tips always stay separate while the rest of it joins? I only have one congo and it kind of looks like a forked tongue. I like it though, looks very unique.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/14/12 06:21:07PM @soaring-eagle:

heather i would think your far enough along to let em congo tho since some rots are loose i would think once you start it might congo outta control as they gobble eachother up


Baba Fats
05/14/12 06:19:12PM @baba-fats:

it's easier to let them congo while they are still zig zaggy. It's just important to know how big you want them. Don't let them congo to a size you don't want


Heather
05/14/12 06:09:35PM @heather:

so when is a good time to allow congos to form? i have thin hair too but i counted my locs the other day and i have 73. most of them are tiny but they're still zigzaging and shrinking up. i still have a lot of them with 6 inches or more of unknotted hair before it gets to the root. i have a few bigger dreads that i feel are a lot stronger and would like to encourage some congoing. i've never had to do much separating and my hair isn't very clingy though.


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