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Separating dreads...

Sarah7
@sarah7
7 years ago
5 posts
my dreads are really loose at the roots, but they are dreading well, so well that every morning i have to separate them out from the big tatty mess they are in! I've kind of taken a lazy method of separating my dreads, and just want to check that its okay...i kind of just rip them apart until i get down to the root. there is a nice big rrrrip sound as i do it, effective, but is it okay or should i be gently separating my dreads? thanks!
updated by @sarah7: 01/13/15 09:00:03PM
Kass
@kass
7 years ago
33 posts
Same here, sometimes you don't have the option to "gently" separate :O
Shanxon Lemasters
@shanxon-lemasters
7 years ago
411 posts
yeah, i definately cannot gently seperate mine, they are so eating one another! lol
Sarah7
@sarah7
7 years ago
5 posts
lol, glad to know im not the only one then!
Brandy :]
@brandy
7 years ago
106 posts
mine are the same, but why arent my roots dready like the ends? :(
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
7 years ago
28,431 posts

brandy what do u mean?

roots take time




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27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long
Brandy :]
@brandy
7 years ago
106 posts
haha i didnt know this, or must have forgotten, my baddd :) in that case things are going smoothly.lol
Sarah7
@sarah7
7 years ago
5 posts
lolim the opposite, my roots are locking up nicely, while everything else keeps coming undone! not hard to fix though :)
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