It appears I have good news on my roots' gap! I just got back from work and looked in the mirror and it appears my gap has finally sealed up....now if I can keep from separating my hair until I really need to I hope it should be permanent
From Interlocking to Natural: My Dreadlock Journey
After looking over this website, I realized that I probably should have put this thread in the member journal and timeline section, so is there a way to move this thread? (if in fact it would be better suited in that section).
Edit: I meant
updated by @ravens-light: 11/20/16 10:14:26AM
As it appears my gap may still have some time to go before it seals...or maybe this is just how it gets after sleeping but here is a current photo of the gap. I have included two other pictures of it that were taken earlier in the day, and it seems like it was more sealed earlier...not sure why it loosened.
Here is a current photo of the gap on the top of my head, I still have no idea why it had seemed to loosen slightly, I mean the only difference I have been doing thus far is wearing my
The loose hair is slowly becoming new dreads on its own which I am jazzed about, except they are combining into existing dreads so I am losing many of them, but that's just the way it goes. Sadly I forgot to/wasn't able to
Is it normal to get frizzy patches of loose hair even in winter? I have been through a few winters with my dreadlocks, and this is the first time I have had noticeable parts of it look pretty frizzy, as it does in the summer. I am wondering if it could be due to certain types of heaters I am around....and I included a photo of the frizz, plus it highlights my current progress on my beard (at least I hope that can be seen, the lighting was a problem, as the sides of my beard are not too thick yet).
This is true. I am thinking maybe I just need to go back to weekly sea salt sprayings again before I wash my hair. I have been forgetting to do that part of it these last few weeks, I just seem more intent on just getting my hair washed and the drying process over with that sea salt spraying slips my mind. My washing cycle may end up becoming a little more flexible than it used to be (which is obviously good, haha), as due to the winter I am thinking it is wisest to only wash my hair for the week on the days I have off so that it can dry properly.