you have baby dreads they are doing exactly as they should be 1 inch undreaded is normal! and in fact nesacary! as they mature that will most likely reduce to 1/2 inch which will always be there and needs to be there to dreadall u need to do for your job is tie em back neatly or put in a bun..thats alland since u waxed u neeeeed to get that wax out..all stylists will screw u and rip u offwe have 2 new wax removers u can trysee the links in the menuthe interlocking theres no way to fix u can only avoid adding more weak spotsglad u joined usyour dreads will progress perfectly when u stop interfering in the progressjust seperate and wash thats really all u needtthomas said:
I've only been locking since Match 2010 which I've been told I have baby locs or teenage locs now. I've been thru 3 different stylists, from using gel, wax, and interlocked once. I'm glad to have came across this ad as I was about to get my roots tightened by interlocking. I have about a good inch or more or new growth and need to know how I can really maintain it without it sticking up all over? Now I'm trying to figure out how to actually allow my hair to dread and keep it maintained for my new health care job. I appreciate your advice.
27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long
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