One of the dreadlock pages I like on Facebook has this picture displayed in their album. You have over 1000 likes. Good job!
Thanks Tara...maybe that is what is happening. The babies are joining with the others to form bigger normal ones. I guess? It sure is a learning process isn't it?
None of my dreads are close together enough to congo, only the baby dreads, which would only end up looking like normal dreads eventually. Yours are looking very unique and full of character, so definitely paid off for you
Digging your dreads.
aww cool yea looks awesome:) good peace
hey kelly...i took everything off it lasted maybe two weeks cant remember.i posted a blog here about my dreads feeling not happy with my decision:)..i have to separate after every wash but once after this experience i tried just leave them alone if i am able to congo.after one month bunch of congos formed but then i riped them.i am waiting for my dreads to mature because i am afraid i lose my squiggles with congos and i really like them at the moment
If I were you I wouid have left the beads and just congo the ones that want to themselves. But that looks good anyway.
thank you jose now it looks a little different though:)