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Baba Fats
11/19/12 10:18:59PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. Palm rolling only does 1 of 2 things. If you don't do it often, it doesn't nothing lasting. if you do do it often, if destroys locks.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/19/12 08:50:19PM @soaring-eagle:


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/19/12 08:43:30PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but dont bother palm rolling its pointless in fact u dont need to backcomb either


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/09/12 12:08:30AM @soaring-eagle:

careful might serously over dry them sea salt alone would do the trick witch hazle adsded can fry the hair and scak]lp

u could have made your own sea salt spray for pennies


darkstar
12/08/12 09:32:02AM @darkstar:

Well, first... Everyone's hair naturally locks. Have you ever had to brush knots out of your hair? I don't know if you've had long hair for a while before. If left alone, those knots would form into locks.

Nothing needs to be done to them.

That soap doesn't sound terrible. It does sound a bit too conditioning, though. Check with Eagle or Heather. They be able to tell you better than I could.

But definitely, crocheting will damage your hair. If you don't go back for touch-up's you'll be fine


darkstar
12/08/12 08:58:02AM @darkstar:

Welcome. But crocheting is the absolute most damaging thing that can be done to locks. All it does is shreds your hair into smaller and smaller pieces, which makes them weaker and weaker. It also delays progress by up to 6 months for each session.

If you only did it once, to start, it's not as bad, but will delay progress. If you are using it for maintenance, it can make locks snap off in places, and even at the scalp leaving a bald spot. You should never see your scalp in between your sections. That's a sign of baldness showing up.

What soap are you using? Many lock soaps are actually really bad for locks


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/08/12 03:00:08AM @soaring-eagle:

welcomde but crochets horribly destructive and whats lockup?


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/09/12 12:08:30AM @soaring-eagle:

careful might serously over dry them sea salt alone would do the trick witch hazle adsded can fry the hair and scak]lp

u could have made your own sea salt spray for pennies


darkstar
12/08/12 09:32:02AM @darkstar:

Well, first... Everyone's hair naturally locks. Have you ever had to brush knots out of your hair? I don't know if you've had long hair for a while before. If left alone, those knots would form into locks.

Nothing needs to be done to them.

That soap doesn't sound terrible. It does sound a bit too conditioning, though. Check with Eagle or Heather. They be able to tell you better than I could.

But definitely, crocheting will damage your hair. If you don't go back for touch-up's you'll be fine


darkstar
12/08/12 08:58:02AM @darkstar:

Welcome. But crocheting is the absolute most damaging thing that can be done to locks. All it does is shreds your hair into smaller and smaller pieces, which makes them weaker and weaker. It also delays progress by up to 6 months for each session.

If you only did it once, to start, it's not as bad, but will delay progress. If you are using it for maintenance, it can make locks snap off in places, and even at the scalp leaving a bald spot. You should never see your scalp in between your sections. That's a sign of baldness showing up.

What soap are you using? Many lock soaps are actually really bad for locks


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