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John Summers


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i love congos. i think they are too cool. i stopped separating two months ago but i haven't had much progress. i'm just wondering if i need to just give them time and be patient or is there something i can do to help them lock together. any advice is much appreciated. Jah bless

Baba Fats
10/19/12 08:23:07PM @baba-fats:

If you can wear a tam, it won't hurt the progress. If you have to wear a chef's hat, or baker's hat, and it's loose, it won't hurt anything. If the hat is tight, that will slow down the progress a bit. but just wear your hair down the rest of the day and on your days off. You should be fine. If you are on good terms with your boss, ask if you can wear a tam. You can get plain solid coloured ones that look professional

John Summers
10/19/12 06:53:50PM @john-summers:
Okay cool. I thought two months was to early to see progress but I didn't really know how long they take to congo. Another question, I'm a baker and I have to put my dreads up in a hat all day, is that damaging or does it slow progress at all?

Baba Fats
10/19/12 06:46:19PM @baba-fats:

If your locks are more mature, then congo's will not form the whole length of the lock. Most congos form at the roots and then, as the 2 locks grow out, they grow as 1 bigger lock with a forked tip.

2 months is not enough time to see much happen. And if you do any work on your roots, you are preventing congos. It's the tangled mess of stray hairs at your roots that do all the work.

Just give it a little more time and you will probably begin to see them become congo'd

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