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Brushed ends

shaina
@shaina
4 weeks ago
19 posts

I see a lot of pictures of people with their ends brushed out...do people do that on purpose? Why? 

Dre
@dre
4 weeks ago
5 posts

I don't think people purposefully do that, It's just a lot harder for straight hair to dread unless it's forcefully blunted, But it could be some kind of fashion trend i'm unaware of?

TashTash
@tashtash
4 weeks ago
43 posts
I think it’s personal choice, I don’t know if ends blunt on their own, I know they can be forced if you want them. I’ve read that blunt ends hold water in the dread whereas wispy ends help the water drip out, so it could be a convenience thing too. I prefer wispy ends over blunt ends personally, think it looks more natural and that’s what I’m going for 😊
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
4 weeks ago
326 posts

From my experience the tips just don't lock up the same way the rest of the hair does which is what makes it look wispy.

I really don't think anyone actually brushes them out.




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updated by @femalepheromones: 12/22/18 07:42:31AM
lopenator
@lopenator
4 weeks ago
56 posts
Half of my dreads have have blunted ends. The other half is whispy. It just happens by itself.
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
4 weeks ago
28,993 posts

yes  and the blunted ones dry 5 times slower so some do brush theends out..or try to but if they want to blunt they will




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shaina
@shaina
3 weeks ago
19 posts
Awesome! Thanks for the education on it!
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