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Eric Norris


Location: Orange Park, FL
Zipcode: 32065
Country: US


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ღHippie Loveღ
02/21/13 07:56:42PM @hippie-love:

Welcome and Happy Dreading.

Always, Hippie Love

Baba Fats
02/21/13 07:27:24AM @baba-fats:


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/20/13 11:44:06PM @soaring-eagle:

start now

it might dread shorter just dont exopect it to

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/20/13 11:33:38PM @soaring-eagle:

u can start natural dreads at bald but it probly wont start to dread till 6 inches

the Barrellady
02/20/13 11:25:57PM @the-barrellady:

welcome to your journey Eric

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/20/13 11:16:10PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome good choice in shampoos and methods.are you the 1 on yourtube that wanted to talk to me?

03/03/13 04:52:36PM @tony2:

Welcome and Happy Dreading.

Always, Hippie Love

Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
03/03/13 11:39:19AM @tyler-chidester:

Hi Cydney, Welcome to the site.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/03/13 11:19:42AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but crochets extremely bad for dreadss it takes 6 months or more to recover from 1 use

thats just for them to start to dread Right..the damage u never recover from it s permenant

03/03/13 08:21:59AM @darkstar:

Welcome. But crocheting is actually MUCH worse than wax. Wax can be scrubbed out over time with a good detergent. All crocheting does is rips your hair to shreds. It does nothing to help your locks tighten. In fact because, with every pass of the hook, it rips your hair up so much, it actually weakens your locks considerably. There have been many accounts of locks snapping off in places and even snapping off at the root because of crocheting.

What it does is over tightens your locks, too. This makes your hair stiff and hard. The most mature locks should never been hard. They are spongy and soft.

If you only crocheted once to start, that's not as bad. It will take about 6 months for them to recover, but they will. If you crochet over a long period of time, they can get to a point where they can't recover.

Locks will ALWAYS be messy at first. That's a fact of life for dreadlocks. They do tidy themselves up in due course. You just have to be patient.

Check out the dreaducation page and then the recovery forums

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