What length for dreads
Nope. No sections. Nature will section it for me. You can twist some stands of hair to help section it off but preferably under 2 conditions:1) You section them kinda randomly (no exact pattern, vary the size of each section a bit) unless you want uniform locks (boring!!)2) Dont over twist!! As in dont twist too tight and dont twist too often. Twist them loosely once and leave em. Maybe twist them again ONE more time a few weeks later if some sections really fall out. But dont get into a habit of needing them to be frequently twisted and neat.It generally should be a natural process for our type of hair so no need to fuss. Either way later on you may or may not want to (or believe you need to) separate some locks. Only real reason to separate is if you dont want certain locks to become too big (called a Congo). Could cause some issues with drying time, comfort and aesthetic appeal (for yourself and maybe to others) but at the end of the day, who cares? Theyre your locks, let them be like you. Free, simple and happy.Im nearing my 1 month pick-free mark on November 1st. My hair is napping and tightening up pretty nicely. I should post a pic on my page soon. Add me as a friend if you like.Peace and love.