welcome yikes dude hate to tell uthid]=s but yiu were screwed .. u never want wasx in dreads or lovcck peppa and the accelerator is 2 cents worthb of salt for 10 bucks
you have to comb those out remove all traces of wax and start over
your bestter of using twist and rip thenm backcomb too but thebackcomb already did plenty of harm wich cant be repared dreadheadhq is a scam that destroysd dreads but we can save em just get the wax out and start obver wax free
I'm good thanks, got a new puppy a few days ago so I'm very happy/busy/tired. Ah, I was going to say, they're the most quickly-progressing dreads I've ever seen. Even so, it's great progress. I know what you mean about separating, mine have slowed down so much I hardly ever do it, so when I do, I just find it too tiring. Congos are cool anyway. My journey's going great, I'm at 11 months today, and to be honest I've forgotten about them for a while, which makes the progress so much more exciting. I unfortunately was taken in by the sites about wax and whatever, so I backcombed them and used wax the first time. Found this site 12 or so hours later, got the wax out and let them do their own thing
Hi there Beijaflor! Thanks for the friends add.
Your locks are coming along great!! I hope you have a beautiful day.
Hi, how are you? Thanks for the friend request did you use any method to start off your dreads or are they completely natural? They're making amazing progress already!
Gotcha. I'll admit, I haven't tried coconut oil, yet, but From what I've heard it conditions too much. But if it works better for you than the other, go for it. Everyone'slocks are a bit different.
Welcome. The coconut oil is ok if that's all you have, but Jojoba is a better alternative. That or aloe straight from the plant.
Thank you for the friend request! I hope you are enjoying your dready journey each step of the way!