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FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
last year
412 posts

Day 1:

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5 Weeks:

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You can see how much the roots have grown out.

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9 weeks:

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14 weeks:

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Keep forgetting to do an update. 20 weeks:

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6 months(ish):


7 and a half months(ish) I don't really know anymore:

Also I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of doing a video.

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Around about 11 months:

With them really dreading properly I decided to cut off all of these massive lumps from the end of each dread which I guess were created because the hair was too thin at the ends to properly dread so just balled up but now that the hair above them is properly dreaded you could see that they would neber be that thick and these ridiculously big "balls" would be there forever. As you can see in this picture:

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Here's the before:

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And after:

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Yes I've lost what seems like a load of length but they are much lighter and tidier and could really tell how ridiculously hard the "balls" were when I dropped one on the floor and it made a very audible thud. I know it will be a controversial decision for some but at the moment I'm glad I did it.




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updated by @femalepheromones: 05/23/19 03:50:36PM
โ˜ฎ soaring eagle เฅ
@soaring-eagle
last year
29,317 posts

natural wasn't a fail .. never is, but due to the rochet might have been delayed and required more patience.

you did thin out a lot after the crochet.. but tnr should do you fineย 




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27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 10 feet long

also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international - soaring for people with disabilities
dread_stpauli
@dread-stpauli
last year
156 posts

crochet was a fail for sure and did a lot of harm to your hair. Neglect or t&r is the way to go and everything will turn out fine. You need patience, no matter which method you pick! Good luck for your restart!

Bazooka Guru
@bazooka-guru
last year
202 posts
Yessss! Finally pics!๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ They looks awesome dude. I can't wait to see how they mature.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
last year
412 posts
Let's just hope they stay in this time.

My wife did the back ones and they all seem quite neat and tidy where as the ones that I did myself seem pretty frizzy. No idea what we were doing differently.


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I'm on Twitter @FemalePheromone
and Instagram @FemalePheromones
Bazooka Guru
@bazooka-guru
last year
202 posts
I did all of mine myself and they're all pretty frizzy.๐Ÿ˜‚ Some of the ones in the back underneath have lots of hair that comes off of them. It's a mess really.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
last year
412 posts
Embrace the mess!

When I had my hair crocheted I was led to believe that they should all be pristine and have no loose hairs at all.

What a way to make you go back and pay more money to get them "tidied".


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I'm on Twitter @FemalePheromone
and Instagram @FemalePheromones
Bazooka Guru
@bazooka-guru
last year
202 posts
I love the mess that is my hair. I just can't wait for the mature dread look. But I realize you can't get the nature look without enduring the mess first. Can I just fast forward another 10 months?๐Ÿ˜
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
last year
412 posts
I've only got 10 months left of my 20s so I'd rather not...


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I'm on Twitter @FemalePheromone
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Bazooka Guru
@bazooka-guru
last year
202 posts
I've already passed the 30 hump so I'm no longer having birthdays.๐Ÿ™„
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