Unsure on New Forming Dreads
Yeah I'm trying to be more relaxed about separating them (keyword trying, LOL)....throughout the life of my dreads I have separated them regularly, kinda find it hard to keep my hands off my hair in general....I do think I will still actively keep an eye on two developing baby dreads, which are on either side of my head and one rather formed one on the back, all because I really like they are forming and I want to see how they turn out without them getting eaten. I mean I did already have one of the other baby dreads get absorbed into an existing dread, but it made that one thicker so it's all good. But yeah, on the whole, I think I will keep an eye on those three as I want them to be their own dreads....well that one onthe back anyway, if the other two get eaten so be it.
On a related note, I did see this video on youtube that showed someone with 10-year-old freeforms that some were nearly totally congoed together, and it is possible to separate them as long as they are not 100 meshed, so I'm not too worried if I ever get some really far conjoined that I don't want to have conjoined...although she did go to a loctition to help get them separated and she cut them like jaw length from pretty long, due to the weight being a bit much for her personally.
I have included the link in this post if anyone is interested in seeing the video in question I can post the link here.
...the youtuber who put up this video actually started a new set of dreads totally freeform and they look really good so far.
updated by @Raven's Light: 10/07/16 09:54:48PM