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Backcombing grid pattern

George Figueroa
@george-figueroa
3 years ago
3 posts

Hello Everyone, I started my dreadlocks about a 1.5 years ago using the backcomb method (1 inch sections). I've used wax, lock peppa, palm rolling and the crotchet method. I quit using all of those items and methods and started just letting my hair grow and do its thing naturally. I was happy with my dreads till i started focusing on the grid pattern on my head from backcombing. Will the grid pattern ever go away? Thanks in advance :)


updated by @george-figueroa: 01/13/15 10:04:11PM
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
3 years ago
28,062 posts

all bad methods 1st u need to remove wax

that wont ever go away unless u remove it with something like wax b gone

the crochet recovery can take years if u crochetted more then once especialy

the 1 inch grid patterns silly

u still see a grid after over a year?

unfortunately youve been doing things that will only enhance that

post some pics and i can give more advice




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George Figueroa
@george-figueroa
3 years ago
3 posts
Hmmm..it seems I can't post pics through the Mobil site. I'll post some pics when I get home.
George Figueroa
@george-figueroa
3 years ago
3 posts

Sorry I forgot to mention that I've been using Wax B-Gone for about two weeks now.

Now that i took a look at these pics, I think i'm ready to comb out my dreads and start over. what do you think?

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
3 years ago
28,062 posts

if your ready to then yea maybe u should those are pretty big sections with wax in them and tight as hell from the crochet it will be extra hard to remove and yea i think startin g over with at least twice as many dreads and naturaly or more naturally at least




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