lolllllllonce again words just become a barrier to truthi guess its jus better to be more direct, specific, and descripive on topics such as this;the title "neglect" is a far better title at gettin the point across that you didnt use any products at all"natural" could be a big umbrella for anythingI DUNOOOOO my hair natually sectioned itself off into what would later be locks, but i would never say that i have comletelynatural dreads but who really ccares ne ways?sooSOrrrry for that rant hahahahhahahhahaNamsGreyGargoyle said:
There is no real boundaries. I've seen people on the internet call their dreads "natural" when they backcombed and crotcheted and all that crap. Natural is natural. Free form is natural with no separation but some do separate theirs and they still call it free form...
But anyways, I saw this lady with dreads on youtube and she was talking to a natural dreadhead. She said, "I like natural dreads but they get too thin that they break off. That is why I do twists." and WOW, her dreads were so tiny/thin and they looked ready to just fall off any second...I don't who she was trying to convince...maybe herself? haha. Seriously, her dreads were so thin and brittle looking it looked as if they'd fall off if you looked at them wrong. It was so obvious that she was twisting wayyy too much. lol, sorry about this rant. I just remembered that for some reason.soaringeagle said:
keep in mind this is my understanding and i know theres a difference between the "flavors" of natural freeform. organic , neglect but couldnt accurately rtell u which is which,..lol 1 is no seperating no interferance (freeform i think?) organics simular with seperation? i think maybe someone can clarift..