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dread headwear in houston???


does anyone know where i can get tams...
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/08/12 10:21:38PM @soaring-eagle:

tnr is the next best thing but watch this vid


darkstar
11/08/12 09:36:55PM @darkstar:

Excellent. Now that you've TnR'd them, all you have to do is wash and separate. They will come undone when you wash, but that's a good thing. It's a step forward, not back. Since you can't "create" locks, you have to grow them. TnR doesn't form locks. It just sets up the stage for where you want your sections to be. They will mostly form there, but some may come completely untangled, and form somewhere else. Let that happen.

Check out the dreaducation link at the top of this page.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/08/12 06:43:13PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome the no damage way to dread is the natural way just stop combing and let it dread itself dreading by force is damaguing the natural way the wind the rain the movement from walking around then the compression from sleepimg thats all the force u need to dread


darkstar
11/08/12 06:28:06PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But palm rolling and crocheting are the furthest from natural. Destroying your hair is not natural. Crocheting is the most damaging thing you can do to your hair. It breaks your hairs int smaller and smaller pieces. This makes locks weaker and weaker. Eventually they can snap off and points, and even fall out at the root, leaving you with a bald spot until more hair grows in, if you didn't damage it enough to cause permanent baldness.

If you want healthy locks, throw away your hook. And stop palm rolling Palm rolling a lot will destroy your roots making them thinner and weaker. Check out my video on palm rolling to see what only 2 weeks of it did to my locks.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/08/12 10:21:38PM @soaring-eagle:

tnr is the next best thing but watch this vid


darkstar
11/08/12 09:36:55PM @darkstar:

Excellent. Now that you've TnR'd them, all you have to do is wash and separate. They will come undone when you wash, but that's a good thing. It's a step forward, not back. Since you can't "create" locks, you have to grow them. TnR doesn't form locks. It just sets up the stage for where you want your sections to be. They will mostly form there, but some may come completely untangled, and form somewhere else. Let that happen.

Check out the dreaducation link at the top of this page.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/08/12 06:43:13PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome the no damage way to dread is the natural way just stop combing and let it dread itself dreading by force is damaguing the natural way the wind the rain the movement from walking around then the compression from sleepimg thats all the force u need to dread


darkstar
11/08/12 06:28:06PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But palm rolling and crocheting are the furthest from natural. Destroying your hair is not natural. Crocheting is the most damaging thing you can do to your hair. It breaks your hairs int smaller and smaller pieces. This makes locks weaker and weaker. Eventually they can snap off and points, and even fall out at the root, leaving you with a bald spot until more hair grows in, if you didn't damage it enough to cause permanent baldness.

If you want healthy locks, throw away your hook. And stop palm rolling Palm rolling a lot will destroy your roots making them thinner and weaker. Check out my video on palm rolling to see what only 2 weeks of it did to my locks.


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