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Baba Fats
01/10/13 04:12:55PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. Natural is always best. It's the most healthy. There's nothing you need to do to force locks to form. In fact, most things done to force locks will only destroy them.
If you need a hand, TnR is the best starter method, but locks don't form directly from it. It just sets up a good blueprint of where you'd like the sections to be


ღHippie Loveღ
01/10/13 02:44:38PM @hippie-love:

Welcome and Happy Dreading..

Always, Hippie Love


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/10/13 02:31:11PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome you came to the right place read the dreaducation page 1st

the best way possible is to just let them dread


wyatt walker
01/29/13 11:35:07AM @wyatt-walker:

welcome to dredlockssite! can i first say i think u r beautiful miss :) and i hope u figure out how u an ur dreds would be most happy:) ha ha good luck i see u already have some awesome comments to ur questions or id i have a dear friend in wasall :) might spelled that wrong in midlands ha ha peace be with u hun~jazzymomma


darkstar
01/23/13 02:32:18PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Adam and Eagle are right. Wax is promoted by so many because it creates the illusion of having locks instantly. In fact, it does nothing to promote locks maturing. It just stops them from maturing past the first time you added wax.

Dreadlocks need to be clean and free of wax, gels, and creams in order to form.

Check out the dreaducation page and the recovery forums. See what others have gone through with their wax experiences. Once the wax is gone, you will see how much faster your locks progress.


Amanda7
01/23/13 01:57:30PM @amanda7:

SE is spot on. But you can also get the ball moving by scrubbing the dreads with dish detergent and hot water. It will take many more washes than wax b gone, so I would start with that while your waiting for it to arrive or until you get some.


Tony2
01/23/13 01:29:13PM @tony2:

Welcome and Happy Dreading.

Always, Hippie Love


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/23/13 12:45:08PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but dread wax is a huuuge mistake a dread killer and a scam dread wax only glues hair together to resemble dreads while preventing the movement needed to actualy dread it traps dirt and water and causes them to mold and rot its the number 1 cause of dreads being cut

do wax removal immediately and keep doing it months after yoir sure its gone it never washes out its extremely hard to remove wax b gone does it pretty good though


wyatt walker
01/29/13 11:35:07AM @wyatt-walker:

welcome to dredlockssite! can i first say i think u r beautiful miss :) and i hope u figure out how u an ur dreds would be most happy:) ha ha good luck i see u already have some awesome comments to ur questions or id i have a dear friend in wasall :) might spelled that wrong in midlands ha ha peace be with u hun~jazzymomma


darkstar
01/23/13 02:32:18PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Adam and Eagle are right. Wax is promoted by so many because it creates the illusion of having locks instantly. In fact, it does nothing to promote locks maturing. It just stops them from maturing past the first time you added wax.

Dreadlocks need to be clean and free of wax, gels, and creams in order to form.

Check out the dreaducation page and the recovery forums. See what others have gone through with their wax experiences. Once the wax is gone, you will see how much faster your locks progress.


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