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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/20/13 12:47:42PM @soaring-eagle:

theres multiple ways as a profile photo hover over whats there now a link apears at top saying change photo or in menu inder photo change profile photo ot under inbox click settings scroll to bottom

in your photo gallery click photos then add or on left sidewtheres quick add links one says add photos


Collette2
09/20/13 12:41:13PM @collette2:
I'd love to post s photo but can't seem to find the place to upload one :(

Baba Fats
09/07/13 07:08:00AM @baba-fats:

Welcome. I guess you've stopped crocheting and back combing now. But to make sure, when you use the sea salt, you do wash it out within a few hours, right? Leaving it in long term makes your hair weak and brittle


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/07/13 04:55:25AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome glad youve seen the light

post photos bin yoir discussion so we can see whats going on and we'll help you recover


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/18/13 10:29:27AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome just go natural..and start today

but if u must force start use twist n rip

however most that tnr wish they went natural..many enough to start over ..even after a couple years of progress


darkstar
09/18/13 09:47:14AM @darkstar:

Welcome. If you're looking for the method with the least stress on your scalp, Natural is best. But I know that not everyone is ready for that. If you are one of those people (don't be ashamed, I was too), TnR is MUCH better than back combing. TnR does the least amount of damage. Back combing does huge amounts of damage (Still better than crocheting, by far), but it pulls out tons of hairs and tares your locks up from the get go.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/18/13 10:29:27AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome just go natural..and start today

but if u must force start use twist n rip

however most that tnr wish they went natural..many enough to start over ..even after a couple years of progress


darkstar
09/18/13 09:47:14AM @darkstar:

Welcome. If you're looking for the method with the least stress on your scalp, Natural is best. But I know that not everyone is ready for that. If you are one of those people (don't be ashamed, I was too), TnR is MUCH better than back combing. TnR does the least amount of damage. Back combing does huge amounts of damage (Still better than crocheting, by far), but it pulls out tons of hairs and tares your locks up from the get go.


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