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Hi there im thabz,19 year old girl in England, I'm swazi, though. I've fancied going
to natural for a long time.. Finally cut my relaxed hair 3 months
ago and I was bald for a while.My hair has grown a bit, a few inches
and I just want to dreadlock it. Problem is, I don't know what
method to use. Just looking for some guidance really as I want it
natural and unique as possible..My hair is afro textured by the way.

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if you want natural and unique then natural is the way to dread often called freeforming or neglect i prefer natural
just let the hair dread on its own and seperate any that get too big
hi¡¡¡¡ well i agree with SE just stop combing and separate in sections from the roots.... they can be whatever the size you want...... good luck

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