Welcome. The ends of baby locks need to be loose for a while. Most of the time they will stay loose. And that's a good thing. If they start to blunt, that increases your drying time, and increases your chances of growing mold. Baby locks should have between 1-3 inches of straight hair at the roots and tips
WELCOME TO DREADLOCKSSITE..PEACE
Welcome to the community WC-baby-dreads & fellow Canuck and to your new journey. I sent you this post to read: http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/just-starting-out-what-to-expect All about the stages for your twist & rip dreads. And yep, don't re-twist, they need to loosen up in order to become mature dreads. They will change dramatically over the next year. Every time you re tighten them, you set back your journey. They will loosen, loop, shrink to become the thickness of where the section of hair meets the scalp. So they won't be the same thickness in the length as what you see now.
Here is a map for your water type. Hard water makes most dread shampoos to leave a slight build up in dreads. If you need help with this, just ask us. Soft water you can use just about any dread shampoo or bar. Enjoy your journey to dreadlocks....peace
welcome but dont retwist the ends leave em alone they will never progress if u keep messing with them
welcome but crochet was a very bad idea it does extreme harm and delays any progress by 6 months ..if only done once the more its done the worse it gets