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Elroy
04/25/11 09:52:06PM @elroy:

thanks soaringeagle i am becoming a huge fan of the site but still not alot of time to comb through it having a family and all i would much rather spend time with them but you have been really helpful and i appreciate it and i have gone against my first choice of back combing after reading up on it and decided to go with the natural/twist and rip!

Thanks again ~elroy~


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/25/11 05:55:18PM @soaring-eagle:

health food stores herb stores online

in the featured siscussions theres a buying esential oils guide with like 50 or so good online sources


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/21/11 05:07:28PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome..why bother? just go natural or do twist n rip which is way better then backcombing anyway


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/11/12 12:45:43AM @soaring-eagle:

your vey welcome just out of curiosity how do u like the africas best oils (assume thats what u meant) i think they work well but are a lil too heavy and easy to overuse then they are hard to get out i like aloe better or jojoba if i use oil

africas best just seemed to build up like olive oil does then once you get to tht point wter beads up on yiur dreads so its hard to eash out

i know with your hair type theres an advantage to having some oils stick around through washings but i just wonder if something lighter might work better 1 member..mary makes a great oil i like but couldnt find so had to use africas best this week but hers is in our shops (i forget what her shops called tho) u might want to try it out see if it works berter fir u oh yea also others who used the www.dreadlockshampoo.com soap bars found they rarely had to use anything else after or if o very rarely and vey lil so maybe worth trying that oo


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/11/12 12:05:00AM @soaring-eagle:


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/11/12 12:45:43AM @soaring-eagle:

your vey welcome just out of curiosity how do u like the africas best oils (assume thats what u meant) i think they work well but are a lil too heavy and easy to overuse then they are hard to get out i like aloe better or jojoba if i use oil

africas best just seemed to build up like olive oil does then once you get to tht point wter beads up on yiur dreads so its hard to eash out

i know with your hair type theres an advantage to having some oils stick around through washings but i just wonder if something lighter might work better 1 member..mary makes a great oil i like but couldnt find so had to use africas best this week but hers is in our shops (i forget what her shops called tho) u might want to try it out see if it works berter fir u oh yea also others who used the www.dreadlockshampoo.com soap bars found they rarely had to use anything else after or if o very rarely and vey lil so maybe worth trying that oo


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/11/12 12:05:00AM @soaring-eagle:


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