we all shaved or started over dreadheadhq/knottyboy dreads the right way, wonder why?
yeah I would have tried to remove the wax but the root flipping problem is what really prompted me to comb out and start again, I never realized that it would cause such a problem later and this also gives me a chance to arrange my locks a little differently this time. By the way the olive oil works great Im already almost 1/4 of the way done, thanks again for the advice. soaringeagle said:
thats what i said but...he also root flipped so even at 13 months since he interlocked its probly best to start over or risk having them break
ricky williams said::D good for you but maybe you should just try and remove the wax and not start all over
Casey Combs said:I fell for the propaganda put out by knottyboy and dhhq, this is my first set of locks and they are 13 months old. I cut 1.5 inches off of one today and found a waxy core had developed even though I had hardly used any of their "product". I graduate this year and I am determined to walk the line with locks so I will soak and comb out all of the garbage that I was sold and told to put into my hair and start again. There really needs to be more sites like this who actually tell the truth and don't mislead people who have a genuine interest in expressing themselves. I had thought I had done enough homework when I began dread journey but there is so much misinformation out there that I fell into their trap of products. Now that I have a better understanding I look forward to starting my journey over again and have locks that I can show off and be proud of. I hope more people find out the truth sooner than I did.