Advice about sectioning please!
I don't think that is necessarily true. I believe that hair density, texture and thickness are important factors. It may not solely depend on those factors, but i do think they play a significant role in dreadsize.
For example, the hair around my edges is much thinner than the hair on my crown. The sections on my crown are relatively small compared the ones on my edges. But the '(immature)dreads' are thicker on my crown (small section) and the ones on my edges are very thin.
I've also seen a lot of people with locks (youtube, pictures, real life) and they hugely differ in size based on the amount of dreads.
it actuakly does not depend on how much hair or how thick or thin almost everyone has pretty close to the same surface area
so if you are going to use unatural sexctioning never ever let the root sections be larger then 1 inch
anything from pencil size to 1 inch is fine
numbver 20 is huge dreads
80-100 real thin
100-200 very very thin
aVERAGE PPL HAVE IS IN THE 40-60 RANGE I GUESS
I WOULDNT BOTHER WITH THE STAGARED BLOCKS A BLOCKS A BLOCK THEY WILL ALL END UP TOO UNIFORM
THEY LOOK BETTER A BLEND OF SIZES WITHIN A RANGE
IF U WANT THIN DREADS A BLEND OF PENCIL TO THUMB SIZES
IF U WANT THICK THUMB TO 1 INCH
IF U WANT MORE NATURAL OR NATURAL AS CAN BE COMPLETELY RANDOM FROM AN INCH TO REAL THIN
ID GO WOTH THE MORE RANDOM LOOK
SEE SHE RECOMENDS STAGERING SO IT DONT LOOK SO BLOCKY
WELL STAGARED BLOCKS ARE SILL BLOCKS JUST LIL MIORE BLENDED LESS GOOFY LOOKING
BUT THE MORE RANDOM BOTH THE SIZE AND PLACFEMENT THE MORE BLENDEDTHEY LOOK
SO RANDOM SHAOPES SIZES THE ONLY THING TO WATCH OUT FOR IS THAT THE HAIRS AT THE ROOTS ARENT CRISS CROSSING INTO OTHER SECTIONS
damn caps lock