Whats going on bredren. Your crown is forming nicely, theres lots of knowledge on this forum so i think you will like it here.
yea really they are best off when you do next to nothing
also any brush method should only be done once..the day u start never repeated
you got to leave em alone to progress
this is the long term effect of twisting
no you dont and u should stop the brushing if u retwist it will prevent hair from growing between dreads the gaps will widen the roots thin and u will go bald
stop brushing stop twisting seperate only by pulling them apart
watch the video in the dangers of retwisting
are you retwisting? it looks like you are and if so yopu should stop emedietly or it will makre you go bald
u shouldnt see scalp between dreads
the "tidy" look salons push is a medical condition that they cause on purpose
dreads should never be twisted or interlocked just wash and go thats all
Welcome to the site what's the brush method? I don't think I've ever heard of that method before. Wish you well on your journey, peace.
Welcome to the community . Nice dreads!....enjoy the site Ras...peace
Hi Sarai, welcome to the community. You sure came to the right site to learn how to grow and keep your dreads healthy and happy. Do you now understand about sectioning? By washing and not brushing your hair, within a couple of weeks your natural hair starts to form sections. These are what will be your future dreads. If you are using a method like twist & rip, these are the sections you would use. If any are fatter than you like, you just divide that section smaller. When you force your hair into sections, sometimes that section will start to divide on its own, when it is a dread..because that is not where the section naturally wanted to divide. So whether you use a method or go free form all the way, just give your hair a couple of weeks to section for you. I have a good posting that might interest you: http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/just-starting-out-what-to-expect
Enjoy the site and your future journey....peace
Welcome. Are you planning to start growing locks soon?