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jazzymomma
03/28/13 10:23:51AM @jazzymomma:

no problem :D:D its just how iam lol


Baba Fats
03/26/13 02:56:39PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. I guessing you've had he talk and done the research to find out that crocheting is the second worst thing for locks, after felting. It's even worse than wax.

So, Welcome. If you have any questions or concerns, let me know, or post a discussion, and veryone will jump at the chance to help you out. That's just who we are


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/26/13 02:53:57PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome as u now know crochets a horible dread abuse but now yiur on the right track to heathy dreads so just let em recover and be happy


the Barrellady
03/26/13 02:32:41PM @the-barrellady:

Bienvenido to the community Amuchasteigui...Peace


jazzymomma
03/26/13 02:07:54PM @jazzymomma:

WELCOME TO DREADLOCKSSITE!! peace an luv be with u along ur journey :D


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/07/13 11:34:02AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome babas right and if u did crochet all those years the damage would be pretty severe by now

nothing can be donne to repare them only to stop it from getting worse by tossing the hook in the trash


darkstar
04/07/13 08:26:23AM @darkstar:

Welcome. Out of curiosity, did you only crochet in the very beginning, to get started? Or do you crochet regularly? I only ask because crocheting is the second most destructive thing that can be done to locks. it does actually help them mature. It only rips hairs into smaller and smaller pieces, making locks weak and brittle.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/07/13 11:34:02AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome babas right and if u did crochet all those years the damage would be pretty severe by now

nothing can be donne to repare them only to stop it from getting worse by tossing the hook in the trash


darkstar
04/07/13 08:26:23AM @darkstar:

Welcome. Out of curiosity, did you only crochet in the very beginning, to get started? Or do you crochet regularly? I only ask because crocheting is the second most destructive thing that can be done to locks. it does actually help them mature. It only rips hairs into smaller and smaller pieces, making locks weak and brittle.


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