☮ soaring eagle ॐ
it will yes but all the hairline hairs finer thinner and more prone to both oiliness, and being disturbed and unknotted when say pushing your hair back, or moving on a pillow so the hairline dreads last.. and always has some loose hairs waiting to dread..its like a dread farm always sprouting new drads but always having the seedlings (loose hairs) waiting to dread
you know that lil point of hair at the back of your neck? when that lil point dreads you'll know they are 100% mature
really they can be considered mature years before that happens.. bjt point is whenthat happens its a monumental milestone simply because its that resistant to dreading
I definitely don't expect it to dread overnight it's only been about five weeks now. It's not just my hair line but basically the bottom 2/3 of my head. The dreaded areas on the top back of my head is the area where they are the tightest and most mature. So I just find it interesting and I'm enjoying seeing the differences.
updated by @p3rmaamp: 11/01/16 11:50:23PM