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bryan dready bear
09/03/12 08:47:38AM @bryan-dready-bear:

Your welcome lucy :-) ,I might be your first friend on here , but I know you will make many more soon :-)


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/02/12 07:14:46PM @soaring-eagle:

be sure to check out the dreaducation page


bryan dready bear
09/02/12 07:08:55PM @bryan-dready-bear:

Welcome Lucy :-)


Baba Fats
09/02/12 07:08:14PM @baba-fats:

No worries. Thank you for finding us in time


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/02/12 06:38:58PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome i wouldnt advise palm rolling and absolutely do not twist them twisting will cause weak thin roots bron]=ken dreDs traction alopecia..and balding

just leave em akone do nothing but wash and seperate thats all


Baba Fats
09/02/12 06:37:06PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. Don't bother palm rolling though. It only does 1 of 2 things. Either it will do nothing and needs to be done every day to create the illusion of neatness, or it does create knots. If it does work, you are doing it way too much and too hard. Check out my video on what palm rolling did in just the first 2 weeks of this set. 6 years later I am still fighting to fix the roots.

It's just not worth the time and effort


Vman
10/10/12 10:52:27PM @vman:

Hey..how's the recovery going?!?!


Vman
09/25/12 06:01:43PM @vman:
If you can, comb out the braided parts then let them go natural. If you're just not comfortable with sections of your hair completely loose and hangin around you could TNR them. They may just fall our as well, which is completely normal. If you absolutely must have something done with them you could backcomb those sections. Backcombing does damage to your hair, puts a lot of unneeded tension on your roots and scalp.

Vman
09/25/12 12:57:45AM @vman:

Welcome! I was raised in Murray UT. Check out some of the forums...I believe there's one that will cover interlocking recovery. Good job on getting the interlocked parts undone.


darkstar
09/24/12 05:57:48PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Glad you stopped and undid the damage. Good luck. That big one will probably try to split into a few smaller ones. Just let it. If it wants to be big, it will be, but fat locks are a bit harder to take care of


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