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Progress noticed today!... And then tears :(

2013-02-03
By: Sarahface
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So today after my shower and a couple of hours zombie movies, I went to the bathroom and realized after checking out my baby dreads in the mirror that a big chunk of loose hair had a fantastic dread forming right in the middle. Yay!! I was so stoked, because that thing definitely wasn't there yesterday. And then I started touching it up at the root. Holy cow, that fatty was FAT. I mean, the section was nearly as big as my wrist. Now don't get me wrong, I wouldn't mind a fat dread here and there, but I really had to consider the time it would eventually take to get it dry, whether or not it would suck in any more loose hair (with the spot on my head it was in, im sure it would), etc. So after my husbad inspected it and agreed that it may grow too fat, I separated it. And cried. Because it was so beautiful and knotty! :,( the two sections now have beads. And I'm hoping they dread as lovely apart as they were together.
Sarahface
02/04/13 11:32:12AM @sarah16:

Excellent, thank you! The more low-maintenance, the better.


Sarahface
02/04/13 04:15:17AM @sarah16:

Thanks for the support, guys!

Crazy thing, Baba, I've been going along this whole time thinking that i had to blow dry my baby-locks. 0_o And it's mainly loose hair. But I was so terrified of mold that I made sure it was thoroughly dry before doing anything else. I believe that's why I got a sudden unexpected dread forming that day, I didn't use a blow dryer to de-tangle my progress. How fat do they have to be to have to blow dry, because I do have quite a few around the nape of my neck and back of my head. I sniffed my hair a lot yesterday, checking for icky smells. Heheh.


Baba Fats
02/03/13 09:58:16PM @baba-fats:

They will lock just fine apart. Some people aren't ready to take care of super fat locks. It's a hassle. Some of mine aren't as fat as I'd like, but they are pretty big. It can take up to 24 hours to dry some of my locks even with the help of a blow dryer. If you have really fat locks, you have to be ready to help them along with drying. Even if you split that 1 lock into 2, those 2 will still be pretty big


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