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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/24/11 09:08:27PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but starting dreads with crochet and rubber bands ids a bad idea


Sarah7
07/24/12 10:27:03AM @sarah7:

Hey Tiffany!

This is my first time using Red Hot. I have used Magenta before and I LOOOOVED it. I decided to mix it with the red hot so that when it fades, it will fade more to the red/pink side and not to the red/orange side.

Anyhoo, there are some darker parts at the tips but over all I am happy with it. If I keep up the roots it should look really cool once it's grown out. I had to use 40 v since I have resistant hair that pulls orange but I think that, because of scalp heat, 30 v for touch ups may be fine... what do you think?


Sarah7
06/26/12 10:24:33AM @sarah7:

Haha! Thanks for the compliment. I know what you are talking about but still don't see the resemblance (maybe it's just the angle of the pic?) Anyhoo, great to meet you and thanks for the friends add. :)


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/15/12 09:30:05AM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
06/15/12 08:12:33AM @darkstar:

Welcome. If you want to use a starter method, TnR is much gentler on your hair and scalp than back combing. And Natural is even gantler than that. So if you are thinking that you want to do some natural, then why not go all natural?


Sarah7
07/24/12 10:27:03AM @sarah7:

Hey Tiffany!

This is my first time using Red Hot. I have used Magenta before and I LOOOOVED it. I decided to mix it with the red hot so that when it fades, it will fade more to the red/pink side and not to the red/orange side.

Anyhoo, there are some darker parts at the tips but over all I am happy with it. If I keep up the roots it should look really cool once it's grown out. I had to use 40 v since I have resistant hair that pulls orange but I think that, because of scalp heat, 30 v for touch ups may be fine... what do you think?


Sarah7
06/26/12 10:24:33AM @sarah7:

Haha! Thanks for the compliment. I know what you are talking about but still don't see the resemblance (maybe it's just the angle of the pic?) Anyhoo, great to meet you and thanks for the friends add. :)


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/15/12 09:30:05AM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
06/15/12 08:12:33AM @darkstar:

Welcome. If you want to use a starter method, TnR is much gentler on your hair and scalp than back combing. And Natural is even gantler than that. So if you are thinking that you want to do some natural, then why not go all natural?


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