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Crotcheting damages hair

Ratty
@ratty
2 years ago
12 posts

One of my dreads right in the middle of my forehead was too big - the section was almost an inch and a half and I was worried that in time it will grow fatter and then I'd have a big horn to deal with.

It took me three hours to undo it because it'd been so tightly crocheted. I couldn't have been more careful and yet I lost a lot of hair. And the hair I lost was in little pieces because it'd been broken by the crochet hook.


updated by @ratty: 01/13/15 10:03:08PM
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@soaring-eagle
2 years ago
27,413 posts

wow thats alot of broken hairs for 1 crochet session on 1 dread




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Little Wing
@little-wing
2 years ago
41 posts

Well, actually you are probably right. With time, crocheted dreads shrink a lot! So probably you would have ended with one heavy dread.

I also had crocheted dreads. I got them done 2 years ago and combed them out after 6 months and a half and I just crocheted once. Now I am starting freeform dreads and also kinda aware of job seeking, but anyways, my hair is gonna take loooong time to dread, so probably it won't be "an issue" once I got into a place. :P

I have still my timeline on my page, if you are curious to see how they ended.

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@soaring-eagle
2 years ago
27,413 posts

whered the photo go




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