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Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/22/13 03:36:20AM
158 posts

Starting over


General Questions

Oh yeah, one more sectioning question I had. What if my hair starts to section itself into skinny sections, while I want fatter sections? Is there a way early on to encourage fatter sections, or would I have to just try and congo them?
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/22/13 03:06:55AM
158 posts

freshly combed hair!


General Questions

I was actually thinking the same thing too, about it growing as it does its thing. It should be long enough then. Thanks!
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/22/13 01:03:35AM
158 posts

freshly combed hair!


General Questions

That's awesome! Your hair looks really good! You're very lovely! :)My hair has kind of a weird texture. Like the individual hairs are really fine, but have almost a coarseness to them. My hair is also a little wavy with a bit of volume/body. I never thought I'd say that I'm lucky it tangles easy! Haha
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/21/13 10:26:45PM
158 posts

freshly combed hair!


General Questions

How long did it take to start knotting? I feel like my last set woulda tightened and matured so well if I hadn't messed up and crocheted and used wax :( That's why I'm starting over, neglect. I feel like my hair tangles and gets scraggly pretty fast lol, so I'm hoping it'll go kinda fast! But patience is the key!
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/21/13 08:31:35PM
158 posts

freshly combed hair!


General Questions

So, as I posted a few days ago, I was starting over due to a horrible start with my dreads Here's my hair, freshly combed out and trimmed. I know from what I've read that I only need 6 inches to start natural, but for some reason I feel like my hair isn't long enough lol. Yes, it's well over 6 inches. I guess I'm just nervous as to whether or not my hair looks like it's a good length to start neglect. Should I let it get longer first for good results?
updated by @Cristin Nessen: 01/13/15 09:44:31PM
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/18/13 09:02:28AM
158 posts

Starting over


General Questions

Lol yep! I know what ya mean, and that seems like a really good way to do it! I'll definitely be trying that. Thanks!
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/17/13 10:21:31PM
158 posts

Starting over


General Questions

A lot of my parts/sections fuzzes over too with my last dreads, I just didn't know how much it would with a full length part. Good to know that it isn't too noticeable. Thanks everyone :)
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/17/13 09:39:22PM
158 posts

Starting over


General Questions

I also have a cowlick. Actually two. One in the front, and one in the back, and forcing sections like I did with the first set was a bad idea lol
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/17/13 09:37:02PM
158 posts

Starting over


General Questions

I guess a part wouldn't be so bad. Especially once it starts fuzzing over and wasnt straight. I've even thought of parting my hair way over on the side, then once it starts to dread just flip the hair over it. Idk if that'd work though, or if it'd be hard to lay the hair a different way once it starts to dread. But I guess I'll accept and love them whatever they do. I'm so excited to start this new, fresh journey!
Cristin Nessen
@Cristin Nessen
01/17/13 08:32:27PM
158 posts

Starting over


General Questions

Okay, that's what I thought with the sectioning/separating. I just didn't know if I left them fatter if they'd try and split at the roots and try and be two dreads. I guess I'll just cross that bridge when the time comes. Thanks so much everyone. Man I wish I'd have found this site before I started last time, when I HAD unfortunately already found the other "dread" sites :(THIS is an amazing site!!!
updated by @Cristin Nessen: 07/23/15 04:46:27PM
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