well natural or tnr are good options just if you braid it takes longer since the braids have to unravel 1st in order to dread
id recomend natural to anyone (and though you start out wanting order the most disorderly 1 will be your fave)
tnr (twist and rip) is another option that will give ya lil more control
just a heads up its pretty common that people who start with tnr or backcomb wished they went natural many even start over
take yoir time read peoples experiences
u can start the natural process today as you read and decide then in a week or 2 if you want tnr if not just continue natural
but if you tnr then decide you wanted to go natural its a step backwards
welcome thats not a good idea for 2 reasons 1 braids to dreads takes longer then natural dreads because they have to unbraid 1st 2 natural sections are better because they often try to reject forced sectioning and revert to natural splitting at the rootrs or combining no matter how much you seperate
Aaaah a fellow Buddhist lay follower? How exciting! I didn't expect to find one on the first day hahaha.
Good luck on your dreadlock journey! Can't wait to see pics Metta.
Good morning Casey. I take 10,000 mcg of Biotin everyday. It promotes hair growth. The new growth will be stronger and healthier. My hair normally grows very slowly. I believe biotin has helped my hair grow a whole lot faster. I have been taking Biotin for around 3 years and my longest dreads are to my butt now. My dreads are around 6 years old. Considering that 1 inch of dreads is probably 3 inches of hair knotted up. I bet my hair would touch the ground if I were to comb my dreads out. but that will never happen
hahaha I love you, my music selection is quite random... like myself! Thank you! Yea I watched my sister destroy her hair with wax & back combing.. I'm so shocked at how easy and quick it's been so far. I'm a super low maintenance kinda girl so this has been a breeze. Let me know what you think of my pictures
be sure to read the dreaducation page to get ya started right