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@soaring-eagle
04/24/18 12:42:44PM
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well the results are worth all the effort to advise they are amazing

i have always used only my dreads ti tie them up

when they were short i did have 1 with a hemp wrap that was longer then the dreads i used that

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@soaring-eagle
04/24/18 12:39:01PM
28,336 posts

Hello Everyone, Jony666 Here


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no there is ,iterally no way to crochet without brewaking hairs

but you will nit hear breaking hairs unless its hundreds at a time

take a single hair, make a loop, and pinch he 2 loose ends firmly

use the hook to try to pull it from your grask

its almost guaranteed to break

crochet always breaks hair and theres no way to avoid that

but whats done is done.. many do decide to start over but thats your chice to make not ours

but the wax..thats really a scam and dread killer and whether its on its way or not you can cancle it and demand a refund

or

use it to start fires, waterproof tents boots or whatever, plug holes in leaking water bottles, you can mix it with oils and use as a lip balm

just do not put it in ur hair

don't worry about the broken hairs that re already there  that can't be fixed. instead wash with the liquid shampoo and they will dread fast the loose hairs shck in...but will never trely be gone, yu will always have frizzs..forever

so just don't worry about it dont try to control it just accept it

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@soaring-eagle
04/23/18 11:13:01PM
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Hello Everyone, Jony666 Here


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best advice

stop looking in mirrors!  why obsess over frizz ..ignore it, nobody can see it but you (well now i can remember in my 1st comment i asked did you crochet, the obviosclue you crocheted was the extreme frizz

that was caused..by the crochet!  you broke thousands of hairs thats 10 times more hairs to pop out   and be frizz

dreads are not meant to be perfect, the beauty is in the imperfections in the uniqueness.

and..in the frizz

you already drasticly increased the frizz because you were worried about it

don't make more mistakes like wax  if you tame the frizz with wax it simoly glues the hairs down

if you remove the wax.. what happens they come unglued and return..you mad zero progress cause the frizz culd not move could not suck into a dread.. you stopped progress dead

now crochet

to recover faster you want them to loosen up, and indeed get more frizzy

until they loosen there will be no dreading (6 months is typical) it can take 3 years to lose the stiffness and scratchiness (( crochet dreads feel like steel wool so thats probal why you itch)  when they soften up, and begin to dread correctly they will rcover  but crochet recovery is slow, its frizzy,  it a process you have to go trough, unless you start over properly (either just let it dread itself or use twist and rip)

gentle gentle gentle..no brutally poking with hooks just a breeze, or  gentle finger manipulation

nothing more aggressive hen that

and absolutely no products that glue down frizz and pevent dreading

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@soaring-eagle
04/23/18 11:02:55PM
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Hello Everyone, Jony666 Here


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also, obessing over keeping the roots tight, causes balding

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@soaring-eagle
04/23/18 10:59:53PM
28,336 posts

Hello Everyone, Jony666 Here


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nooo do not use wax not once not ever cancle the order

the frizz is entirely caused by breaking hairs with the crochet hook

you wil need to leave them alne a long time to recover from the hook

but wax..wax is dread death its a scam it will prevent them from dreading

the salon and crochet was a huge mistake adding wax to it and the dreads will be ruined

your best way to dread is juswt wash..and thats it let them dread themselves naturaly

the brute force dreading the so called pros do break thousands of hairs, and drasticl delay dreading! wax, 1 use, will prevent any dreading at all

and..it will still be in there keeping them filthy for decades to come

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@soaring-eagle
04/23/18 10:35:17PM
28,336 posts

Hello I’m new to the site.


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welcome back!

like i said check to be sure you don't have hard water before using bronners

your old dreads were magnificent!

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@soaring-eagle
04/21/18 09:04:47AM
28,336 posts

Going natural from Crochet'd advise


Dreading Methods

when really loopy they almost seem totry to communicate in some strange written language

sorta like sandskrit almost

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@soaring-eagle
04/20/18 07:14:49PM
28,336 posts

Going natural from Crochet'd advise


Dreading Methods

dreads are like play doe  flatten them in 1 direction they get flat wait awhile they flatten on another direction and round out.  they have a tendency to round on their own, but that compression..flattening is how they tighten.. without ever palm rolling i have about 8 flat inches in the middle of 1 dread...and that flat spots why its my favorite dread

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@soaring-eagle
04/20/18 07:00:32PM
28,336 posts

What's up, Everyone...


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haha well your cryptic name  made it hard to guess haha but thats awesome

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