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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/30/12 11:56:03PM @soaring-eagle:

varies alot some see progress in hours days or weeks others montgs..and a few rare ones take longer

its like 1% sees dreads in no time ..literaly hours or a couple days around 8-10 percent in a couple weeks (1-2)

35% 3 weeks to a month 50 s9me percent 1-3 months

back down to 30 something percent 3-6 then 6% 6 months to a year and 1% over a year

at least thats the results we had from a 2 year poll\

\the vast majotity were within a couple months


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/28/12 02:15:40AM @soaring-eagle:

well i recomend giving natypural a chance b4 u tnr so many regret the way they startd and start over naturaly after wasting a year or more so id always recomend going natural from the start if yiu then choose to tnr thats ok but once u tnr then want to go back to natural your undojng months of progress to start over


bryan dready bear
08/27/12 04:46:56PM @bryan-dready-bear:

Welcome emma


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/27/12 01:09:30PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome read the dreaducation page before u make a choice


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/17/12 03:46:38PM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
09/17/12 11:21:44AM @darkstar:

Welcome. But what do you consider root knotting? You shouldn't do anything to your roots. Any root maintenance will damage your locks. Sometimes beyond repair. Your roots need to be loose in order to knot. Young locks should have about 1-3 inches of straight hair to be healthy. When they mature, that shrinks to about 1/4 - 1 inch of straight hair. As they grow out, it knots and mats on it's on.

4 months is really not long in the process of growing locks. Mature locks take around 1 year to form. Anything you do to speed it up usually hurts them.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/17/12 03:46:38PM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
09/17/12 11:21:44AM @darkstar:

Welcome. But what do you consider root knotting? You shouldn't do anything to your roots. Any root maintenance will damage your locks. Sometimes beyond repair. Your roots need to be loose in order to knot. Young locks should have about 1-3 inches of straight hair to be healthy. When they mature, that shrinks to about 1/4 - 1 inch of straight hair. As they grow out, it knots and mats on it's on.

4 months is really not long in the process of growing locks. Mature locks take around 1 year to form. Anything you do to speed it up usually hurts them.


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