Stop pulling them out!!
Oh, I have the same problem too, but I'm on week 14 so it's not so bad now. It will get better as time goes by.
Mine has the same problem but which I'm not trying to dread my bangs anyways though. It does take patience for some and some just dreads faster than others. Try washing your face with a BS wash a few times a day.
I started my third set last December and my son will be 4 this March. I don't get any remarks stating I'm a bad parent for having or wanting my locs again. YES PATIENCE is key to it all. I know a lot of people that don't have the patience that I have, but I also have some friends that thought it was weird for a country girl like myself doing dreads, as time went by they are loving them so far always touching or playing with my hair. lol
I say keep on dreading mama...
Updated on first post.
I have about 4 tnrs lefted out of 12. Now it's all natural since then.
also the ones that look gnarly at first, like the ones that form 'paddles' or 'flat poofballs' on the end, usually dread up quickest. they look funky at first but its worth it. you will notice that letting nature take its course produces better looking dreads than you think you can.
Oh don't re-tnr your hair just let your hair do it's thing and dread it's self.
aadi ritz said:
its happening with me right now... i dont know...i have ripped some of them again...but i dont know if they are goin to stay...
I know it. Oh, yes my hair has grown a lot in the 2.5 months it's crazy.
Heather Barbee said:
Wow SE is right and Man did your hair grow.