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Never Have to Separate- Weird?

Jackie
@jackie
3 years ago
79 posts
Hey Peeps :)I haven't checked in for a while, and have never seen this posted: Is it unusual to NEVER have to separate my dreads?Had very fine straight hair before dreading. Wear it down nearly all the time/ occasionally use a big elastic headband or a normal elastic for a ponytail.Dr. Bronner's every few days, ACV/BS 2-3 times a month. Dreads are tight/fully mature and look sweet. I dread ball someone's when I'm bored, but no root damage or tools. Not greasy or overly dry.I had MAJOR shrinkage for the first 2 years! I lost more than half my length. I have about 120 dreads. Why don't my dreads try to congo?! Just curious :)
updated by @jackie: 01/13/15 10:00:22PM
Jackie
@jackie
3 years ago
79 posts
Also, I really gotta update that profile pic lol! They're finally shoulder-length :)
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
3 years ago
27,425 posts

why do u dread ball

all i can guess is you either separate without thinking about it or dreadball more then u think

but

i almost never separate any more in 5 years about

only time i ever have to is after using the liquuid shampoo

but then again om congoed all over




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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
3 years ago
27,425 posts

u still palm roll?

(u shouldnt)

but maybe thats why i dunno




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Rustdust
@rustdust
3 years ago
72 posts

Sorry but what is dread ball ? ... and post a pic, would love to see your dreads

Tara C
@tara-c
3 years ago
645 posts

Nope, it's not weird. I mean, it's uncommon I guess, but not weird. I have very wild, curly hair, but I hardly ever have to separate. I can go a few months without separating, and when I finally remember to do so, only one or two areas are loosely connected.

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