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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/30/12 09:34:59PM @soaring-eagle:

these are mine all i did was go camping at a rainbow gathering a couple weeks and it dreaded rightup

did absolutely nothing to them except add beads and wraps to decorate


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/30/12 09:30:04PM @soaring-eagle:

it sounds like you should let it go nqtural why would you want 12 hours of hair pulling thats more painful then childbirtyh? if u backcomb yourself u can limmit the pain if others do it they pull yank and hack away agressig=vly till your scalps screammong plus backcomb permenatly pries open the hairs curicles causing permenant damage

tnr is way gentler but completely unesacary and again will involve 12-20 hours of hair pulling

just stop con]=mbing ..today and allow them to form naturally

then you can allow people to stick in beads or whatever to help decorate em

if random ppl help u they get lazy and start making sections bigger abd bigger to try to finnish sooner and u end up with 3 inch sections that may look ok on day 1 but in a year be as thick as your shoilder taking over 1.4 of your head

i gurantee that if u do it the way you plan you end up reding several at least cause they are too big or have sections crossing sections in a matted mess

your hairs tried to dread itself all your life..let it


Baba Fats
09/30/12 08:26:59PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. TnR is much healthier than back combing. It's gentler on your hair. Neither of which is natural.

If you want to start natural, then keep going natural. No reason to start natural and then mess it up by setting your progress back with a starter method


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/30/12 07:29:11PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but why backcomb backcomb is not "natural'

but if your not going natural then you should look into tnr

but absolutely make sure they use no products at all no powders no waxes or gels

nothing


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/15/12 04:10:05PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome babas right the latch hooks just destructive they never need to be tightened

just leave em alone they will be alot better off if u do nothing to them


darkstar
10/15/12 03:49:09PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But latch hooking your hair ill only cause more harm than good. First it breaks hairs which makes your locks weak. Second, you are poking holes through something that should never have hole poked in it. That will make them weak too. Third, if you are doing anything to your roots, you are seriously shortening the length of time you will have locks. When you tighten the hairs at the roots you are making the roots thinner and weaker as the lock itself gets fatter and heavier. See were I'm going with this? In time, you won't have a strong enough root to support the lock itself. They can fall out, or get ripped off much easier


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/15/12 04:10:05PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome babas right the latch hooks just destructive they never need to be tightened

just leave em alone they will be alot better off if u do nothing to them


darkstar
10/15/12 03:49:09PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But latch hooking your hair ill only cause more harm than good. First it breaks hairs which makes your locks weak. Second, you are poking holes through something that should never have hole poked in it. That will make them weak too. Third, if you are doing anything to your roots, you are seriously shortening the length of time you will have locks. When you tighten the hairs at the roots you are making the roots thinner and weaker as the lock itself gets fatter and heavier. See were I'm going with this? In time, you won't have a strong enough root to support the lock itself. They can fall out, or get ripped off much easier


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