Separating baby dreads
updated by @wnb85: 11/29/17 05:51:22PM
You've been locking longer than I have! I'm about four months in. For about five weeks I had to be careful to separate my roots without unlocking the hair in each lock. Once each lock was stronger I could get in there and separate more vigorously. I figure I'd rather separate the roots early before it gets too locked in rather than having to really tear them apart later. It's a balance between keeping them all from completely joining and becoming one giant knot, and from messing with the unique, organic journey of locking and twining.
what do you think? 🖤🌙✌️⭐️
i would just keep pulling apart the sections you want. i would definitely let them get thicker than those small ones you see at the top. the smaller ones will break easier. seriously once you just let them go and quit worrying about them they will be awesome. i used to worry about mine a lot and now just let them go. maybe keep the bigger ones from congoing and wash them, thats about it.
updated by @wnb85: 10/14/17 01:44:43PM