when u dread naturaly they all are diferent sizes thinck to thin if you want the thin ones thicker dont seperate and they grow togerther into congos
welcome but get that wax out wax is pure evil in dreads
Welcome Tyrik. You see thegaps between your sections there? That can lead to traction alopecia, which means that you will progressively get balder due to the unnatural tension on your scalp. It is really unnecessary to twist. It does nothing but damage. It's a real shame, because african textured hair dreads the best naturally. I think you should brush then out and start again, using the natural method. Dreads do not require maintenance, other than washing regularly and separating sections when the begin to grow together. Please, heed my advise.