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eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/08/10 11:12:46PM
12 posts

lock peppa how it "works"


Dread Products

yes i use to have this stuff, sadly. It was a nightmare using all of that stuff. it was truly a waste of money to spend that much on shampoo and stuff... BUT! it does work well for making up hand soap and maybe even washing the car...but I wouldn't put that junk in my hair again! it takes forever to rinse out, especially in locks.

of course, the topic is about lock peppa, i got carried away...if you look up the ingredients of the product, you get these products:Gimborn R-7 Ear Powder for Cats and Dogshttp://www.petfooddirect.com/product/11025/Gimborn-R-7-Ear-Powder-for-Cats-and-DogsYou talk about something sick!
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/08/10 10:50:45PM
12 posts

I have questions about dreadwax - yes, I'm really asking this here lol


Dread Products

Knottysleeves said:
I'm sure he chose his alias intentionally, with those marketing-minded implications in mind. Look at the stuff he's written on his website, such as this (direct quote):

"The dreadlocks of the past that many remember from the 70's are those started by neglecting the hair. These are often unsanitary and can range from messy to downright scary."


What I mean is, why the silly name? I still say that "dreads" with wax in them are dirtier than real locks with nothing in them. It makes more sense to keep hair clean and nothing in it than putting goop and junk that attracts more junk! haha
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/08/10 12:27:11PM
12 posts

I have questions about dreadwax - yes, I'm really asking this here lol


Dread Products

I'm pretty sure "Knotty Jonny Clean"(why the alias?) knows who I am, considering that there have been more than half a million views of my timeline videos. He would probably say I am a fool for not putting wax in it because of the loose hair on top. I guess he think's he's the spokesman of what "dreads" are suppose to look like, and tells people that loose hair is a no no. Loose hair locks up over time, and most people that come to his website don't have a clue about the process, and therefore are brainwashed to think that what he says is the Gospel of Locks. I don't need pictorial proof: the 3/4 million views, success stories, thank you letters, and comments tell it all. I wish those companies would embrace the truth and instead they can sell the truth instead of leading millions astray and unhappy, thinking that they don't have the hair to do it. To this day I still get compliments, and they always like to know how it works, and are pleased that I tell them that I can wash it. Wax makes it very difficult to clean hair, I don't care what you say. Water retention, mold, eck.
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/04/10 10:22:29PM
12 posts

I have questions about dreadwax - yes, I'm really asking this here lol


Dread Products

oh and to answer his question, I onced used his wax, and i think there is only two reason if I were to own it now: candles and mustache wax. :-P It was a terrible experience, and i'm glad to know, AND I get to keep my hair, too!
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/04/10 10:17:24PM
12 posts

I have questions about dreadwax - yes, I'm really asking this here lol


Dread Products

I'd like to see what "Knotty Jonny Clean" has to say in front of people that see through the deception he markets to the ignorant.....He doesn't stand a chance in the least bit.
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/02/10 02:48:04AM
12 posts

crazy salt lady strikes again


Dread Maintenance



Reggaevolucin said:
"I dont know if it will stay inside the dreadlock because its brand new, but i have a rubber band, i will kinda force it in" LOL!!!
Funny Stuff! Good thing he can always cut...I heard that's what tightens locks btw. :-P
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/02/10 02:32:53AM
12 posts

crazy salt lady strikes again


Dread Maintenance

I just know, that if I were to bump into this lady, she would be threatening me with "lock peppa" and a crochet needle. run! haha
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/02/10 02:06:06AM
12 posts

natural dreadlocks question


Dread Maintenance

1. no not really, but it may be not so good if left on for more than a day. However after having locks for more than a couple of years it doesn't really matter that much.2. acv is good but for a good percentage of heads it can be strong to be used too often. Baking Soda is wonderful but don't use it on the scalp too often as it can dry it out.3. nah don't worry about that stuff...it could be more harm than help really.4. the roots will always be loose, so naturally it would be in the middle of the roots and tips. neither the tips or roots ever really lock up. :-)
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/02/10 01:55:34AM
12 posts

I have questions about dreadwax - yes, I'm really asking this here lol


Dread Products

Zero, because I haven't had any need for it. Plus I'd be concerned over water retention if there was anything in my hair in the first place. :-P
eyeheartchrist
@eyeheartchrist
10/02/10 01:52:10AM
12 posts

congos, beaver tail, etc


Dreading Methods



Chewin Change said:

a beaver tail would be sick tho. after it develops i imagine youd have to towel dry and devote a little bit more time in front of a box fan.
Mine doesn't give me problems as long as I squeeze out the drips and then repeat with a towel. It pays to take one's time, and it doesn't really have to be all that dry because it eventually drys after a day, but thank goodness it doesn't last long, I don't like the wet smell, but it goes away. :-)
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