Flat roots?

Discussion in 'Dreadlocks' started by hax, Jan 26, 2009.

  1. hax

    hax Member

    So its been 3 months now and my dreads are looking great, the one question i am having is this... my dreads are flat at the roots, obviously from laying down on the pillow at night, as they grow will the tighten and become more round or do something else? if they dont tighten and round up what can i do to help them do that?
  2. atlantic224

    atlantic224 Member

    its perfectly normal for them to be like that, mine are 15 months old now and they are still flat at the roots and i imagine they forever will be. dont worry about it, just let them be!

    ..i should really post a picture update!
  3. soaringeagle

    soaringeagle Senior Member

    dreads that are perfectly round are boring boring boring\
    love the flat iones they give your head personality

    u can palm roll when wetr but the more u dso the weaker they get (and more boring)

    i wouldnt do a thing theres nothing wrong with dreads that are flat spiraled lumpy loopy ziggy zaggy or funky
  4. bolantej

    bolantej Member

    dreads do all sorts of crazy things. don't sweat it.
  5. Glacius

    Glacius Member

    is the flatness really bothering you?
  6. hax

    hax Member

    no not that much i was just wondering when they would get rounder, i havent touched them in 2 months
  7. Glacius

    Glacius Member

    i had flat parts in my locks that eventually rounded out. i have parts on my roots that are flatter than they are round, we'll see what happenes when it grows out i gues.
  8. natural philosophy

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  9. hax

    hax Member

  10. menghele

    menghele Member

    i had that too and did nothing to 'em. They just folded over and got round.
  11. Luxiebow

    Luxiebow Senior Member

    I agree SE, perfect round dreads look so boring and unnatural,gimmee loopy flat pretties anyday^-^x

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