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Liz2

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Location: Savannah, GA
Zipcode: 31404
Country: US

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ღHippie Loveღ
12/20/12 03:51:12PM @hippie-love:

Your quite welcome..


Baba Fats
12/17/12 07:19:17AM @baba-fats:

They're not a cool as some of our other members. But I love how fat a few of them are. And they're mine. Thanks


ღHippie Loveღ
12/16/12 10:22:10PM @hippie-love:

Welcome and Happy Dreading..


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/16/12 10:16:23PM @soaring-eagle:


Baba Fats
12/16/12 09:46:53PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. You won't regret the natural ones at all. I did a few TnR, a few Back combed. The rest were natural.


Tony2
01/04/13 12:29:39AM @tony2:

Welcome and Happy Dreading..


darkstar
01/03/13 10:30:43PM @darkstar:

Welcome. the crocheting was extremely damaging. Even 1 session does permanent harm and delays progress by about 6 months. There's absolutely no way to speed up the process without destroying your locks. They are only 10 days old. They aren't even infants yet. Mature locks take about a year to form. You have 355 more days to go.

I'd recommend stop thinking about how old they are and enjoy the ride. The less you think about how old they are and how messy they are, just go about being yourself. The more you think about them, the more you think you need to "fix" them. This will make you dependent on your locks and how others view you with them. When you care about how people see your locks, you're missing the point. Locks are easy and require no maintenance. They take care of themselves. All you need to do is wash and separate them.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/03/13 10:26:52PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but crochets a very bad idea


Tony2
01/04/13 12:29:39AM @tony2:

Welcome and Happy Dreading..


darkstar
01/03/13 10:30:43PM @darkstar:

Welcome. the crocheting was extremely damaging. Even 1 session does permanent harm and delays progress by about 6 months. There's absolutely no way to speed up the process without destroying your locks. They are only 10 days old. They aren't even infants yet. Mature locks take about a year to form. You have 355 more days to go.

I'd recommend stop thinking about how old they are and enjoy the ride. The less you think about how old they are and how messy they are, just go about being yourself. The more you think about them, the more you think you need to "fix" them. This will make you dependent on your locks and how others view you with them. When you care about how people see your locks, you're missing the point. Locks are easy and require no maintenance. They take care of themselves. All you need to do is wash and separate them.


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