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Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Zipcode: 33304
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Baba Fats
08/15/12 07:56:20PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. But yeah, the cream won't help your hair type. And check out my video on palm rolling. It does more damage in the long run that it helps


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/15/12 01:08:59PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome yiour 1st mistake was using that cream its for african hair its a moisturizer so will prevent your hair from dreading and it will build up

clean hair dreads best no residues no products just keep em clean and let ek tangle


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/05/12 09:03:45AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome youve only been dreading a month and they already look way over twisted which can cause traction alopecia and balding thinning roots broken dreads etc stop twisting them and leave em akone just wasyh often and seperate as needed

(once they recover from all the twisting)


darkstar
09/05/12 08:21:14AM @darkstar:

Welcome. I'm guessing you mean the lock and twist gel, right?

First off, you should only every twist once to start. And even then, you never need to twist at all. twisting your locks puts too much torque on your scalp. Do you see the scalp in between each lock? That should never happen. It's called traction alopecia, and if continued, will lead to baldness


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/05/12 09:03:45AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome youve only been dreading a month and they already look way over twisted which can cause traction alopecia and balding thinning roots broken dreads etc stop twisting them and leave em akone just wasyh often and seperate as needed

(once they recover from all the twisting)


darkstar
09/05/12 08:21:14AM @darkstar:

Welcome. I'm guessing you mean the lock and twist gel, right?

First off, you should only every twist once to start. And even then, you never need to twist at all. twisting your locks puts too much torque on your scalp. Do you see the scalp in between each lock? That should never happen. It's called traction alopecia, and if continued, will lead to baldness


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