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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/29/12 01:23:48PM @soaring-eagle:


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/17/12 11:41:48AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but gotta warn you wax ..dreadheadhq and knottyboy..are scams

wax prevents any actual dreading it only glues hair together to look (sorta) loike dreads its pure evil and causes dreads to rot from the inside its the number 1 cause of dreads being cut

read the dreaducation psge

and the dreadheadhq/knotty boy reviews page

real dreads dont use wax ..wax is for candles..not dreads it even makes yoir dreads a fire hazzard

see whenu dont wax you dont gotta palm roll backcomb or do anything it just dreads


Tony2
12/17/12 10:16:40AM @tony2:

Welcome, you really need to stop using all the products your using and start getting the wax out now. Listen to Baba Fats he knows what he is talking about along with the rest of us will tell you the same darn thing. Wish you the best and Happy Dreading..


darkstar
12/17/12 10:03:21AM @darkstar:

Welcome.

I feel like I have to let you know that wax actually prevents locking. It just glues hair together into what looks like locks. When your hair can't loop and form bumps, it can't actually tangle. Therefore, no locking. Because it is a hydrocarbon, it NEVER washes out in normal soap and water. It just gets sucked deeper and deeper into the lock, making it harder to get out. You need a detergent to get it out.

KB and DHHQ products are scams to suck people into thinking they need all sorts of products in order to grow locks. Nothing either company sells is healthy for locks.

You're lucky that you haven't been suckered into crocheting, yet. But before you do, know that it is the MOST destructive thing you can to locks. All it does is break hairs into smaller and smaller pieces, which makes locks weaker and weaker.

Palm rolling, too, makes your locks weak. It rips hairs out of your scalp, and thins out your roots. The wax is the only thing that makes the damage not show up.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/17/12 11:41:48AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but gotta warn you wax ..dreadheadhq and knottyboy..are scams

wax prevents any actual dreading it only glues hair together to look (sorta) loike dreads its pure evil and causes dreads to rot from the inside its the number 1 cause of dreads being cut

read the dreaducation psge

and the dreadheadhq/knotty boy reviews page

real dreads dont use wax ..wax is for candles..not dreads it even makes yoir dreads a fire hazzard

see whenu dont wax you dont gotta palm roll backcomb or do anything it just dreads


Tony2
12/17/12 10:16:40AM @tony2:

Welcome, you really need to stop using all the products your using and start getting the wax out now. Listen to Baba Fats he knows what he is talking about along with the rest of us will tell you the same darn thing. Wish you the best and Happy Dreading..


darkstar
12/17/12 10:03:21AM @darkstar:

Welcome.

I feel like I have to let you know that wax actually prevents locking. It just glues hair together into what looks like locks. When your hair can't loop and form bumps, it can't actually tangle. Therefore, no locking. Because it is a hydrocarbon, it NEVER washes out in normal soap and water. It just gets sucked deeper and deeper into the lock, making it harder to get out. You need a detergent to get it out.

KB and DHHQ products are scams to suck people into thinking they need all sorts of products in order to grow locks. Nothing either company sells is healthy for locks.

You're lucky that you haven't been suckered into crocheting, yet. But before you do, know that it is the MOST destructive thing you can to locks. All it does is break hairs into smaller and smaller pieces, which makes locks weaker and weaker.

Palm rolling, too, makes your locks weak. It rips hairs out of your scalp, and thins out your roots. The wax is the only thing that makes the damage not show up.


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