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BStew
05/23/14 03:36:36AM @bstew:
Darn it I definitely did both no no's started off with wax since my hair is pretty short and they were interlocked. However the person that does my locks stopped using wax. Should I be worried about the interlocks only a few where hair is pretty short or should I wash out and start a new? Thanks

Baba Fats
05/22/14 10:09:46PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. Like Eagle said, twists are a fine way to get started. But continuing to retwist may make them look "neat", but it puts too much torque on your scalp, which thins out roots, which causes a condition called Traction Alopecia. That's why many "tidy" looking locks show so much scalp between them. It's a form of premature baldness


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/22/14 08:38:37AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome

thats a fine way to start just make sure u never retwist, interlock, or use wax or overload with gels


darkstar
05/25/14 07:55:07PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But I wouldn't bother palm rolling. if you don't do it much, it does nothing to create lasting knots. But if you do it enough to see progress, it will actually do severe damage. I palm rolled for the first 2 weeks, and 8 years later the damage is still a huge problem. It thins out your roots to a point that they may not bet able to recover


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/25/14 08:58:51AM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
05/25/14 07:55:07PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But I wouldn't bother palm rolling. if you don't do it much, it does nothing to create lasting knots. But if you do it enough to see progress, it will actually do severe damage. I palm rolled for the first 2 weeks, and 8 years later the damage is still a huge problem. It thins out your roots to a point that they may not bet able to recover


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/25/14 08:58:51AM @soaring-eagle:


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