you sound foolish it is traction alopecia caused by twisating wich interlockings even worse it is to do with 50k getting transplants its froim tightening the riooits tighter then roots should ever be tightened
ignore em if you want but then you are the problem we have to fix and we will have to warn everyone to avoid you at all costs
you can either learn to do things right to keep dreads healthy or you can become the cause of all dread problems and therefore have to be warned against falling for your destructive ways
the guy going bald had 85% regrowth in 3 months after stopping the root tightening
whos the fool now?
if hes going bald it wouldnt et better
yiou make ppl go bald with interlocking
igf u see scalp your going bald
You sound foolish. It's unfortunate but this young man is obviously going bald. it has nothing to do with interlocking. And interlocking has nothing to do with 50 thousand 16yr old african americans needing hair transplants.
soaring eagle said:
yes oiits popular because u sell a extremely unhealthy look as "tidy" the scalp showinglook you shame them into thinking they have ti have scalp showing i]or be an outcsast but that look is traction alopecia and leads to balding its unhealthy its why 50 thousand 16 year old african americans a year nead hair transplants
This post about interlocking being the worst method is completely untrue. I am a loctician and many of my clients have the interlocking method. I have had dreads since 1999 and have always maintained my locs by interlocking. I will admit that it does not work on Caucasian type hair. But for you to make a blanket statement that it is the worst method is completely untrue. Many of my clients are very happy with the look of their locs. Then again I have only maintained black kinky hair. The sisterlock technique and interlocking technique has been around for years and has gained more and more popularity among black people progessively over the last 10 years. Please do your research before you mislead people.
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