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I did not cut mine like Bene had to - I stopped waxing the second I found this site. Recently I just used the magic wax removal product and have been growing them ever since - 2 years this July! These were waxed at the start, but look at 'em now!!! (before and after pics) long and I love them. celebratory share!
So awesome! I've been humming and haw-ing about getting wax removal.. tried the dishsoap... boiling/hot water... orange oil. Finally got the all natural remover and I've used it twice now. while my hair does seem a little bit dried out (probably a nice soak in warm water bath and coconut oil can help that) I can definately see and feel a difference. I have no idea how it worked and could not see any wax coming out, but my dreadies are wayy less stiff, they're more bendy and soft. I am happy to have invested in this! the one thing I will have to after having used wax only twice in the beginning. all natural from now on. Thanks so much!
I graduated in March and am trying to start my practice as a Wholistic Nutritionist. I worked at a yoga studio in the summer and then moved at the end of August and am working on my apprenticeship. I have a long distance consultation practice available online (simply-love-food.ca)
I need some rent and food money, and want to work a couple days a week while I start my practice. but I can't seem to find a job in the city I am right now, even places that advertise "Help Wanted"
My family thinks that my hair is holding me back. I tie them back into a bun or wear a scarf if I talk to potential employers.
Could it really be that people wouldn't want to hire someone because of a hairstyle? Should I worry that my hair might hold my business back in the future?