How to cut my dreadlocks
hey, that just explains how bad you want dreadlocks. But why are you giving up anyway?
At least, you have 12 solid dreads. I've been doing this past 11 months and all of my progress is 3 little baby dreadlocks at the backside of my hair which is not even getting any harder. I think you should give it a little time. Some of us are kinda unfortunate that it takes quite a considerable amount of time to have fully matured dreadlocks. Else, you can try another methods like twist and rip if you really think that it is the end point for you. If one method fails, there's always another. I have seen many dreadheads who followed another processes and yet, their hair looks supercool. I'm suggesting you not to cut it because your topic just explains how much effort you've put through all those years and how desperately you want it. Well, just like me in a way...:)
And does messy hair really bothers hiking btw??? :DDD
Well, that was just my opininon, I don't know if it was helpful because you said you're going to cut it anyway. But if my hair doesn't show any progress in 2 years and I become sick n tired of it, I'd rather crochet or twist and rip than cut it because I've been dreaming alot about dreads and I really really want it!