no it speeds up the dreading, if they are put on very young and the dread thickens but not where the bead is, i suppose that could cause a weak spot, but beads really help it dread..alot
e figured it out....it was the hats he was wearing causing the issues
So to me I'm thinking several things. I assume you are talking about the spots where you can see the line of your scalp?
It looks like it might be how you sleep. That might be where you rest your head and it is pushing up along that dread section and pushing the dreads apart, showing more scalp. It may also be causing those spots to dread up and get fuzzy making it look like less hair is there.
I would try to switch your sleep position and see if that helps reset that area of your head. Your hair us short so I think that makes it look a little more noticeable.
now that i look at all of them i think you might be on to something
i thought it might need panterra to take a look at it (not that its that severe, just wasn't sure what was going on) i had only looked at 2 or 3 (in an email)
if that is the case .. a couple weeks sleeping differently should tell ya..
if you try sleeping on your side 2 weeks and see no change then we'll bother panterra with it
locks go back to every written text
now when you type locs or loctician they come up as typos
made up words made up industry that relies on shaming locks while promoting a version of locks
they build an industry around what hair does on its own and change the spelling to separate it from the traditional locking..and very often its a way of shaming locks spelled properly.
i have no issue with dreadlocks i don't believe its associated with being dreadful .. its just 1 of many proper names that don't come up as typos
i don't mind people using locs really except when used in that shameful way which it most often is
but not by all
typically shae is used in a form added to a product, like shae in shampoo
i have to add a disclaimer here.. i have never used shae myself, and many people use it without issue.. but i do know it has a rather thick consistency that i would think could cause buildup
so i cannot give a definitive answer without using it myself in a straight form
it is most likely ok.. but when you feel the consistency ..you might make a judgment call of your own
what you might want to try is, take a washcloth, roll it up tight wrapping some bands around it to make a simulated dread add sme shae to it and then rinse and see if you can detect any residue