Is something wrong with my dreads?!
updated by @nicki-herrick: 01/13/15 09:39:26PM
If you can see the sections in the back, that's not great. But it can be fixed. It' because of the bands and the crocheting. I've combined a few to help fix the damage I did when I palm rolled in the beginning, and it's stating to help. If you leave them alone, they will fix themselves. I'd recommend using the BS?ACV wash for a while because it'd a no touch wash and the most gentle. If the wraps you put on are tight, that will only aggravate the problem
Is there any way you can attach a pic so we can see? I'm wondering if it's because of the tightness from being crocheted and so close to the scalp. Which in turn makes me wonder if new hair growth will help fill it in, then get sucked into established dreads, making them thicker.
Definitely do the baking soda wash for a while. You don't want to muss with your hair too much while it's recovering.
the crochet will make them way too thin and they will fatten up..eventualy if you just stopped crocheting you got a long wait ahead i would reconcider joining them till you know howthick they will get otr at least estimate bu=y the base size..where the roots meet the scalp
cause 2 thin dreads are each 1/3 the size so combined they will probly be 6 times the size
although at 100 they probably will be thin regardless
27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long