welcome i wouldnt bother rolling or rubbing but my bet freind (on here chevele trant) lives in tulsa she waited taqbles as well when the place was bought by a new owner they requested she hide her dreads
every single "regular" custi]omer got together creatted a petition and forced the owner to let her wear her dreads down by saying they would stop eating there if she wasnt alowed to be herself
snhe thwn started working at dominos
the manager screwed her on hours all the time..then they fired the manager and made her manager
dont hide who u are and dont let em push u around either..
Welcome. I don't see much use in finger rubbing, but I don't see it causing any damage. While palm rolling does cause massive amounts of damage. Check out my video on why not to palm roll
Baba speaks the truth when he says you will end up with hard locks when you use a crochet hook in your hair. Palm rolling them will also create super tight and hard locks. Dreads that are hard will also take longer to dread which makes it easier for them to mildew and mold on the inside.
Crocheting is for hats and scarves. When you crochet hair, you break your hairs into smaller and smaller pieces. This makes your locks weaker and weaker. Eventually they can break off. Also, it makes your locks hard. Even the oldest most mature locks should be soft and spongy. You want them to make a good pillow and not be uncomfortable to lay on.
welcome but crochet was a horible mistake! throw the hook away! crochet just does extreme damage and delays progress by 6 months or more!
never crochet dreads!