Oh All The Frizz And Loose Hair!
updated by @jessica-johnson: 01/13/15 10:06:38PM
do they seperate enough that when u move 1 the other dont move too/ u can kinda press your fingers against your scalp ands move them towards each dread but its ok ifat the scalp they arent fully seperated as long as its not conected betweenthe dread bodies
27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long
also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international
Exactly what soaring eagle said. I'm about eight months in natural now I believe and I still have crazy frizz and loose hairs. Especially in the front because that part of my hair is just now really trying to dread. It'll get even crazier so might as well get used to it now. I just kinda giggle at myself in the mornings and let it go.
With your babies not separating all the way... I have quite a few sections that don't separate completely at the root either so I just leave It and continue to keep the rest of the bottom separated. If they're connected that much just let em congo! Unless they'd be too big and cause issues buuuuut in my opinion that's kinda hard to do. I have a couple fatties and they're actually my favorites
Its all gooood I also work and I'm in veterinary school at PIMA Medical Institute, siiince October? I get a lot of looks everywhere and get comments at school but I just remind myself that all that matters is that I know who I am and they can think whatever they want to. We are good people and wedo what we have to do just like everyone else. Don't focus on it too much love;)