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Hello everyone!

I want to introduce myself. I am a certified loctician and eager to maintance, start or discuss the dread world! i have 10 experience doing hair and traveling with gigs and projects! Im currently in Detroit,Mi rocking it out!!!

 Namaste!!!

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So u travel and do locs? I'm from Detroit but I live in ny now
maintenance destroys dreads dont you know that?

knottyboy certified means you destroy dreads with wax

 

your attempt at spammy promotion is a massive faliar since it will only be taken as a warning to avoid your services

 

too many already were harmed by wax and salons and locticians

you came to the wrong place to promote your services

Maintaining dreads does not destroy them I know that much. It's keeps them clean and neat

☮soaringeagleॐ said:
maintenance destroys dreads dont you know that?
I do know that neglect is a positive way to start and maintain deeds but it really is not the only way, true wax is extremely harmful in the long run for locs but calm down my man be helpful not judgmental and harsh. The gentle hand tames the horse brother

Miko said:
Maintaining dreads does not destroy them I know that much. It's keeps them clean and neat

☮soaringeagleॐ said:
maintenance destroys dreads dont you know that?

you gotta protect ppl from makimg waxy mistakes and yes maintenance does destroyt dreads  thats why they get weak and break

 

Well my gpa had his for yrs and as a child I remember seeing him working on his on occasion and he died with a full head of em so I have to agree to disagree. So far I've received all types of advice and it's all ranging different depend on race and hair consistency. Love peace but never petrol grease that's what causes dreads next to patience. I know you've had yours for years and therefore are very wise in the ways. 

☮soaringeagleॐ said:

you gotta protect ppl from makimg waxy mistakes and yes maintenance does destroyt dreads  thats why they get weak and break

 

So, how are you maintaining peoples locs? A crochet hook? Because that pokes holes in them. What are you doing that I or anyone else needs to "maintain" our locs? How did you get certified? Who certified you? There are lots of ways to inflict lasting damage besides a crochet hook...what are you doing?

Miko said:
Well my gpa had his for yrs and as a child I remember seeing him working on his on occasion and he died with a full head of em so I have to agree to disagree. So far I've received all types of advice and it's all ranging different depend on race and hair consistency. Love peace but never petrol grease that's what causes dreads next to patience. I know you've had yours for years and therefore are very wise in the ways. 

☮soaringeagleॐ said:

you gotta protect ppl from makimg waxy mistakes and yes maintenance does destroyt dreads  thats why they get weak and break

 

knottyboy certified her  so you already know she smears wax in them  im sure crochets too


just beio g knottyboy certified and using mostly knottyboy products (according to her profile) says all you need to know...avoid at all costs

 

Panterra Caraway said:

So, how are you maintaining peoples locs? A crochet hook? Because that pokes holes in them. What are you doing that I or anyone else needs to "maintain" our locs? How did you get certified? Who certified you? There are lots of ways to inflict lasting damage besides a crochet hook...what are you doing?

Miko said:
Well my gpa had his for yrs and as a child I remember seeing him working on his on occasion and he died with a full head of em so I have to agree to disagree. So far I've received all types of advice and it's all ranging different depend on race and hair consistency. Love peace but never petrol grease that's what causes dreads next to patience. I know you've had yours for years and therefore are very wise in the ways. 

☮soaringeagleॐ said:

you gotta protect ppl from makimg waxy mistakes and yes maintenance does destroyt dreads  thats why they get weak and break

 

Hey I'm in Lansing I'll try and come check ya out sometime! :)
im from michigain too!! up in traverse city, used to live down in dearborn hts. nice dreads btw!
Im in Detroit too :) ever been to the Leland City Club?

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