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@gilgameshnamu • 2 years ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "Oh no, year old croChet and interlocked locs ":
"Thank you so so much for the reply! So fast and informative!  And your response really laid things out for me, I super appreciate it. im really going to have..."
@gilgameshnamu • 2 years ago • comments: 0
Created a new forum topic "Oh no, year old croChet and interlocked locs ":
"what should I do? I just discovered this site, I am so disheartened. My first experience with locs was twisting. It didn’t seem to work at all on my..."
@gilgameshnamu • 2 years ago
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02/17/19 04:22:03PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but the crochet was breaking thousands of hairs creating frizz  .. depending on how often you crochetted it could make it extreme. ..the more you try to control frizz the more you are interfering with the dreading process.

dreading takes time..not brutal force..

it takes months of being a lil wild ..and it takes not caring if its a bit messy and not "perfect"

dreadings more then a style its a lifestyle, and a mindset. .. if you worry about every hair being in pace your just going to go crazy using brutal force to contro it.. people have sed wax glues  and u name it toprevent frizz..which also prevented them from ever really dreading

then they would burn off the frizz or shave the dreads   or retwist till they are bald

thats not the right mindset to dread got to be carfree  and accept  wildness and disorder.. every hair has to be in chaos to dread

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