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DreadedNoblesse
@DreadedNoblesse
01/18/14 09:27:23PM
9 posts

Separating when and how often


Dread Maintenance

Yes i ment separating idk why i keep saying sectioning i fixed it though.

soaring eagle said:

sectioning? not at all separating when 2 sections try to join together or 1 forms too big

and..as often as needed

typicaly weekly but for some daily

DreadedNoblesse
@DreadedNoblesse
01/18/14 02:59:58AM
9 posts

Separating when and how often


Dread Maintenance

So i was wondering its been about two months and a half months of me not combing. My hair is 4 inches long if pulled. I am mixed black white and native american my hair is the afro type but really soft. I was just wondering when should you really start sparating and how often should i be doing it. Some of my hairs are starting to come together have a lot of little tendrils sticking up on my head.


updated by @DreadedNoblesse: 01/13/15 10:01:26PM
DreadedNoblesse
@DreadedNoblesse
12/22/13 01:59:49AM
9 posts

beginning natural dreads sectioning questions


Dread Maintenance

Yes i have bee hearing all this trouble about big dreads but idc. I like them and once i have something in mind nothing is going to stop me lol. I dont really want thin dreads I wants dreads to set me apart and most people you see with them have those thin one walking around.


Tara C said:

Thick dreads are awesome, but keep in mind they take ages to dry. Mine take 8-12 hours to dry, and they're not as thick as the ones in the pics. Also, keep in mind that sleeping on damp dreads increases the chance of getting mold, so you'd have to wash your dreads early enough to be sure they'll dry by the time you sleep, and etc. As amazing as thick dreads are, it's much better to start off with thin or medium-sized dreads; then if you're sure you can handle it, you can let them congo and get thicker. Rather than starting off thick, being out of your depth with it, and unable to make them thinner.

DreadedNoblesse
@DreadedNoblesse
12/21/13 02:57:53AM
9 posts

beginning natural dreads sectioning questions


Dread Maintenance

the lady in the messed up photo is Valerie June i really like her dreads also Nerissa Irving dreads are really great also

DreadedNoblesse said:

i want something like these
thick dreadlocks 160x300 Thick Dreadlocks and possibly as big as these
soaring eagle said:

if going natural theres no need to section only separate 1 inch is the buggest you should want unless u want massive hard to care for and potentialy painful dreads

the deread will be the size of the section when mature

if 2 1 inch dreads accidently congo (easy to happen) the resulting dreads wrist sized

1/2 inch to 3/4 would be a decent medium thick

but

natural dreads naturaly form in a range of sizes from thin to thick and you can simply separate ant rhat are forming too thick or trying to join together


updated by @DreadedNoblesse: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
DreadedNoblesse
@DreadedNoblesse
12/21/13 02:23:22AM
9 posts

beginning natural dreads sectioning questions


Dread Maintenance

i want something like these
thick dreadlocks 160x300 Thick Dreadlocks and possibly as big as these
soaring eagle said:

if going natural theres no need to section only separate 1 inch is the buggest you should want unless u want massive hard to care for and potentialy painful dreads

the deread will be the size of the section when mature

if 2 1 inch dreads accidently congo (easy to happen) the resulting dreads wrist sized

1/2 inch to 3/4 would be a decent medium thick

but

natural dreads naturaly form in a range of sizes from thin to thick and you can simply separate ant rhat are forming too thick or trying to join together


updated by @DreadedNoblesse: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
DreadedNoblesse
@DreadedNoblesse
12/21/13 01:07:25AM
9 posts

beginning natural dreads sectioning questions


Dread Maintenance

I have been naturally dreading for about a month now. i am biracial with more of a black person type of hair but its really soft and fluffy and when i wash it believe it or not it get really curly. I have about 3 1/2 inch of hair and i was wondering about sectioning, I want medium thick dreads. I was thinking to start making 1 inch parts in my hair. I am not sure how thick they will be with 1 inch parts though. I was wondering if anyone have sectioned their hair in 1 inch parts can you post some picture of how your dreads look matured so i can see if i want it that thick or thicker or smaller thank you for the help.


updated by @DreadedNoblesse: 01/13/15 10:00:41PM
DreadedNoblesse
@DreadedNoblesse
12/22/13 12:44:57AM
9 posts

salon - loctician dreads


salon and loctician dreads recovery

you are so anti loctician that you try to chastise all of them. Granted im sure their are bad one but i dont see you having anyone that have done good with people hair Damion Walter doesnt use wax and give good advice. He even tells people that you should get it done alot your scalp needs time to heal and not to put to much tension on the head. Sure they are people who dont know what they are doing but they are always people who do also you can say that in any profession there will be incompetence. You just seem though to try and give everyone this scare tactic to be natural i am going natural but that is of my choosing. sure natural may be the least damaging but their are many thing people do that you can do another way to be less damaging or even more effective. I have seem your video on the guy with traction alopecia or how ever its spelled but he over did his twisting, everything has to be done in moderation. Thats just my feelings on it you always seem to want to criticize everyone who doesnt go natural or just asks about you the reply seems to be snooty not everyone wants that natural look and want it more tidy and im sure you can have tidy without it making you bald.

DreadedNoblesse
@DreadedNoblesse
12/23/13 10:35:55AM
9 posts

fat Locks take special care


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

I heard that wringing out your dreads give them knots and not the knots you want like big fat circle knots like you tied them.