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the Barrellady
04/03/13 11:20:04PM @the-barrellady:

Welcome to the community Catnip. Peace


Baba Fats
04/03/13 10:02:20PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. Do you have naturally oily hair? if not, don't forget to do the ACV rinse after you wash out the BS. BS, alone will fry your hair and cause trouble


jazzymomma
04/03/13 07:08:07PM @jazzymomma:

WELCOME TO DREADLOCKSSIout harmful methoTE!! so glad u found us here my friend, real facts an truth abds society adopts. feel free be urself an ask away lol peace an luv on ur journey


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 10:22:31PM @soaring-eagle:

ah good to hear that your stopping that :)


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 01:01:41PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but crochet was a horible destructive ifea and 'tightening:" them so eary on will delay progress by 6 months they should be alowed to tighten themselves by forcing tighteness u prevented ny dreading for 1/2 a year


darkstar
04/15/13 07:35:09AM @darkstar:

Welcome. It's great to have vets join this group.

But I do feel like I should warn you about a few things. Crocheting is the second most destructive things that can be done to locks. It doesn't nothing to help tighten them. What crochet needles do is rips your hairs into smaller and smaller pieces. When you have small hairs tangled around each other, it is MUCH weaker than if you had 1 long hair knotted around itself. In fact, with every session with a crochet hook, you weaken your locks so much that they increase the risk of snapping off in places exponentially. Plus, with all of those hairs that snap, more and more loose hairs pop out, creating the illusion that you need to crochet more, to fix it. It's a never ending cycle. You never "fix" them enough that they stop being fuzzy.

Also, even just 1 session delays progress by about 6 months. Multiple session can delay your locks from maturing by over a year.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 10:22:31PM @soaring-eagle:

ah good to hear that your stopping that :)


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 01:01:41PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but crochet was a horible destructive ifea and 'tightening:" them so eary on will delay progress by 6 months they should be alowed to tighten themselves by forcing tighteness u prevented ny dreading for 1/2 a year


darkstar
04/15/13 07:35:09AM @darkstar:

Welcome. It's great to have vets join this group.

But I do feel like I should warn you about a few things. Crocheting is the second most destructive things that can be done to locks. It doesn't nothing to help tighten them. What crochet needles do is rips your hairs into smaller and smaller pieces. When you have small hairs tangled around each other, it is MUCH weaker than if you had 1 long hair knotted around itself. In fact, with every session with a crochet hook, you weaken your locks so much that they increase the risk of snapping off in places exponentially. Plus, with all of those hairs that snap, more and more loose hairs pop out, creating the illusion that you need to crochet more, to fix it. It's a never ending cycle. You never "fix" them enough that they stop being fuzzy.

Also, even just 1 session delays progress by about 6 months. Multiple session can delay your locks from maturing by over a year.


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