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Pixie Campbell


Location: Bakersfield, CA
Zipcode: 93307
Country: US


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Chelsea Denner
06/10/11 03:24:42PM @chelsea-denner:
Red Ribbon

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/10/11 02:34:25PM @soaring-eagle:

ypur very beautiful too ;) lovin you

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/03/11 01:28:04AM @soaring-eagle:

look around the site u will learn a whole lot here theres gotta be like 20,000 years of combined experience or more here haha we got dozens with 15-20 or more years old dreads (mine are almost 21) as well as ppl whove made every mistake u can make and recovered so reread..ask questions we just love to keep dreads healthy so they can last a lifetime

yours are very beautiful for 6 months old so your doin pretty good so far believe me most weve seen that went to someone for "help" were total disasters

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/03/11 01:13:24AM @soaring-eagle:

ok well thats..poinless but not too harmful but yoiu see.. loops are nesacary..palm rolling however does nothing at all without loops theyre not dreading thats how they dread the loops almost all go away on theyre ownsop your payimng to have something done that literaly does nothing and never needs to be done at all the seperating is all that needs to be done ever and that yu cando by feel just do it while wet after every wash and it wont hurt if u do uit every wash

i was afraid shesd be doing crochet iokr interlocking or worse so at least u found 1 whos not terible like most,...just pointless like all save your money save the time just seperatethem let them dread they should be wild at 6 months trying to control thats counter productive by a year they settle down and become mature the loops suck in and disapear the roots tighten up and behave u gotta trust in the processs dreads dread they are not forced

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/03/11 12:52:09AM @soaring-eagle:
they look good and healthy now luckily just 6 months but id reallly recomnend u stop whatever your doing before theyre messed up especialy if u mean you go to a salon or loctician for maintenance..thats a very bad idea

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/03/11 12:50:39AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but umm how do u 'groom' them and why would u need help

they should be extremely easy to care for almost effortless

a;llmost anythimg u do do will only cause harm and make them take more work to maintain

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/15/12 11:13:23AM @soaring-eagle:

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05/15/12 11:13:23AM @soaring-eagle:

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