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loose hairs

Olivia Alger
@olivia-alger
4 years ago
16 posts

you guys helped me out so much on my last question, i thought i would try another one:

I'm wondering what you recommend for loose hairs at the scalp. i did not like the sectioning of some of my dreads, so I cut the hairs that did not belong in a specific dread. now these hairs are short and just stick out...would it be wise to just make these hairs into a completely new dread? or is there a way to weave them into a dread?


updated by @olivia-alger: 01/13/15 09:57:25PM
Tim5
@tim5
4 years ago
359 posts

You just leave it alone. It does everything on its own. You need loose hair to protect the scalp from the sun. The hair will either make a new dread, when it is long enough, or will join another dread. Almost all questions lead to the same answer, honestly all you do, is wash and separate. It is that simple, literally.

peace

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
4 years ago
28,054 posts

leave em alone (done cut any hairs ever)

as they grow they will becone a new dread or join a dread on thier own

when u seperate more loose hairs are created..as they grow they join or become

its a never ending process and can give birth to many new baby dreads naturally




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Olivia Alger
@olivia-alger
4 years ago
16 posts

okay, cool. thanks again!

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