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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/05/12 03:48:43PM @soaring-eagle:

im almost always around ..as long as its not too late at night i do sleep a couple hours a day


Valérie
06/05/12 03:46:31PM @valrie:

Lol! Pun was definitely not intended but appreciated, I'm sure. :P


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/05/12 03:40:52PM @soaring-eagle:

can u get on a pc?


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/05/12 03:40:35PM @soaring-eagle:

nooo a salkons the absolute worse mistake u can make they do it all wrong and charge outragois pi]=rices while screwing you yes you can do it yourself its so easy

the easiest way throw away your comb..it will literaly dread itself hows that hard? thats how i dreaded thats how dreads always traditionaly were started if thats not good enough then twist and rips so easy a monkey can do it stick around read uop your in the right place to dread right


Kelly2
06/05/12 03:25:44PM @kelly2:
Yikes! Im glad I mentioned the hook! I am not sure I can use the chat feature from my phone....i think I better do some more research. Do you recomend using a salon? I know I couldnt do it myself, I noticed there is one in portland?

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/05/12 02:50:04PM @soaring-eagle:

haha val said comb through it but the easiest best way to dread is to just stop combing and let the hair dread itself the more you force it the more harm you do crochet is brute force dreading its like using a jackhammer to trim your toenails your likely to lose a toe in the process

with dreading the gentler the method the better backcombing the way they did in the 80s ..gently just to add volume for the big haor look caused permenatnt damage to the hair the agrsessive way its done to dread is more severe but thats noth9ng compared to the extreme harm crochet causes (you should tell yiur freind that crochets very bad for dreads) but thats only the begining crochet breaks so many hairs that then pop out needing more crochet to pull em in..breaking more ..it never ends till they are so weak they fall off plus they are stiff scratchy and 1/3 the thickness of a healthy rdread and too tight to dread too it takes 6 months to recover and even begin to dread if u only crochet the 1st day! if u crochet more it takes over a year or more..and the damage is permenant it cant be repaired


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/05/12 02:41:10PM @soaring-eagle:

can you get in to the chat we can talk then and get u off on the right foot


Valérie
06/05/12 02:39:02PM @valrie:

Hi Kelly. I noticed you left a comment on your own page (by mistake?) and the crochet hook caught my eye and I had to jump in.

Crochet hooking is really bad for the hair. It causes breakage. The back combing is fine for pre-sectioning but I highly recommend you take a look at the dreaducation page (5th link at the top) to see the different methods that are out there, what they entail and why you should/should not use them.

If you back comb or twist and rip the hair into sections, they will usually come loose and or come completely undone. This is ok because the hair is going to re-tangle the way that it wants to naturally. To crochet hook the loose hair is also pointless because it will keep coming out. To tighten the roots is really bad too because it keeps the hair from dreading naturally on it's own.

Those are just a few of the things you can learn from reading the dreaducation page. Please, take a moment and comb through it and if you have any questions about the info there, make a forum post and you will likely get the answers you need.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/05/12 02:37:26PM @soaring-eagle:

absolutely do not ket her crochet you i wouldnt advise backcomb eo=ither twist n rip or natural is the way to go


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/05/12 02:36:27PM @soaring-eagle:

crovhets a horible idea and will make them extremely thin the best ways to dread are 1 go natural that doesnt mean no wax irt means no nothing bno backcombing nothing let the hair dread itself thats how i dreaded then the next best is twist n rip


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