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Nappy Jones

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Location: Milwaukee, WI
Zipcode: 53211
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Baba Fats
01/16/13 02:59:26PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. Like Eagle said, the maintenance you are doing will only destroy your hair. Crocheting does nothing but rips your hair into smaller and smaller pieces. This makes the weak, overly tight, and stiff. Locks should never be hard, no matter how mature they are. Crocheting also leads to locks snapping off at places, even at the root leaving a bald spot.

Palm rolling randomly does nothing but make your locks look neat for a few hours. No lasting knots will form, ever. if you do it often enough, or hard enough to see knots form, you are on your way to irrevocably destroying your locks.

http://www.dreadlockssite.com/video/why-not-to-palm-roll

Root rubbing is just as damaging. It rips hairs out of your scalp. This makes your roots thinner and weaker. And as the new hair grows in, it never catches up to the spot where it was ripped out. So you end up with locks that are chock full of weak spots. A nice tug could rip right through one of those spots.


ღHippie Loveღ
01/16/13 02:55:54PM @hippie-love:

Welcome and Happy Dreading.

Always, Hippie Love


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/16/13 01:19:39PM @soaring-eagle:

weelcome but u dshould nbot be crocheting palm riolling ort root rubbing

crochets tghe worse it brereaks hasirs into smaller and smaller peoices

root rubbing wil pulkl hair right out ofthre roots and 1/2 youir hairs wont be connected to the head

palm rolling does nothing

if you ddo it enough to do desomething it can be pretty harmful

all you should do is wash

and seperarte

nothing else at all

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/07/13 03:20:35PM @soaring-eagle:

palm rollings pretty pointles do it a lil it does nothing well nothing that lasts more then a few hours or a day at most

do it enough to try to do something permenant and can cause permenant harm weakened roots friction/heat damage etc

all dreads require is wash9=ing and seperating and nothing else at all


Nappy Jones
02/07/13 02:55:03PM @nappy-jones:
Okay, no more latch hooks. Maybe just some palm rolling from now on.

darkstar
01/30/13 03:25:45PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Latch hooking is only slightly better than crocheting (Which is the worst thing for locks). But any time you stick a needle/hook through your locks, it does tremendous amounts of damage.
If you are trying to clean up your roots, stop. The loose frizzy hair at your roots needs to be there to help tangle with new growth and pull loose hairs into your locks. If you tighten that hair, it will thin out your locks and make them weaker and weaker


Tony2
01/30/13 02:47:57PM @tony2:

Welcome and Happy Dreading.
Always, Hippie Love


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/30/13 12:40:51PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but latch/crochet hooks arent maintenance they are destruction

you never want to use them not once they absolutely destroy dreads


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/07/13 03:20:35PM @soaring-eagle:

palm rollings pretty pointles do it a lil it does nothing well nothing that lasts more then a few hours or a day at most

do it enough to try to do something permenant and can cause permenant harm weakened roots friction/heat damage etc

all dreads require is wash9=ing and seperating and nothing else at all


Nappy Jones
02/07/13 02:55:03PM @nappy-jones:
Okay, no more latch hooks. Maybe just some palm rolling from now on.

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