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@soaring-eagle
11/23/17 11:10:12AM
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Fiance fired; advice?


dreads jobs employment issues

yea and people call all the time and are amazed im not trying to charge them anything

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@soaring-eagle
11/23/17 08:15:01AM
28,062 posts

Hello everybody



welcome

so how did you start your dreads? the info on your page is confusing

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@soaring-eagle
11/22/17 09:06:36PM
28,062 posts

Fiance fired; advice?


dreads jobs employment issues

yea i think you got em

i lucked out too and vicki gave me a bit of a donation just now after i just found out my accounts 300 in the hole

keep us posted

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@soaring-eagle
11/22/17 09:05:09PM
28,062 posts

Hey


Introduce Yourself

welcome that's awesome! both the profession and the who you are at heart

but how were your dreads started?

wait did we talk by phone recently?

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@soaring-eagle
11/21/17 05:15:45PM
28,062 posts

Fiance fired; advice?


dreads jobs employment issues

they tend to do that.. objecting in the 1st place is screwing themselves out of a good employee

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@soaring-eagle
11/21/17 05:01:16PM
28,062 posts

Fiance fired; advice?


dreads jobs employment issues

the manager should be demoted for this too 

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@soaring-eagle
11/21/17 04:16:25PM
28,062 posts

Fiance fired; advice?


dreads jobs employment issues

that's awesome

who was the investigator from/

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@soaring-eagle
11/16/17 05:23:44PM
28,062 posts

Immediate assistance please!



you need wax b gone from www.dreadlockshampoo.com to get that evil wax out (its a scam and dread kliller) and it can take years to recover from the crochet mistake washing often to loosen them (don't use the Jamaican mango lime crap) and light conditioning with jojoba oil or similar will help speed the recovery

do not retwist at all it only causes balding

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@soaring-eagle
11/16/17 04:22:29PM
28,062 posts

Dreadlocks not consistent, thin locs - Needs help!


Help! Save My Dreads

your only problem is you been going to a salon and getting them crocheted.. and to an extreme ammmount

crochet hooks (and salons) should never touch dreads!

now dreads should not all be the same size i had 1 that was 1 mm x 2 mm and that was 3 even tinies dreads ciombinerd (and was over 4 feet long when it disappeared) dreads should be a range of sizes

now with crochet you get many problems

1 thousands and thousands of broken hairs that's why they get extreme frizz during the recovery

2 stiffness and extreme tightness, this results in crocheted dreads often being 1/3 the thickness of healthy dreads

3 drastic delay in actual dreading, by forcing them to be supernaturally tight, they cant move and actually dread!  your replacing a natural process that happens through gentle movements (like a breeze blowing through your hair or water running through while washing or swimming) with the brutality of a jackhammer  tearing the hair to pieces and forcing it to be too tight to dread.. 1 use of crochet to start generalky takes 6 months of loosening before any dreading starts at all..then takes 3 years to lose the stiffness 

4 they look very unnatural and manufactured

5 they will feel scratchy and itchy, all the broken hairs besides causing  extreme frizz causes them to feel rough to the touch, like steel wool

6 crocheting as often as you did can cause weakness eventually. the strength of a rope or dread depends on the length of the intact fibers/hairs this is why hemp ropes are thousands of times stronger then cotton. now a 1 inch thick dread should support the weight of 1000 pounds (full head of healthy dreads the weight of a 747 or 8 i think full grown elephants well over 60 tons) the same dread crocheted thousands of tiomes the hairs are now  1/4 to 1 inch in length  and the dread can be plucked right off or as 1 member found..diving into as pool the waters impact made 4 dreads float away. there was even 1 guy on facebook after years of crochet had to run each dread through a sewing machine to hold them together

so really the only thing to do is fire the loctician and let them recover from the abuse

i hope wax ort other products wernt used too

and i hope youir washing your hair more then once a month

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