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Baba Fats
11/24/12 10:26:25PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. But the wax will completely stop locks from maturing. It holds down stray hairs and loops that are essential for knots to form.

If wax is left in locks, it will create a perfect environment for mold. Water gets inside your locks and just sits there. The wax prevents it from getting back out. When water sits, it decays organic matter. This is what happens in swamps. Your hair is organic. You are, essentially, creating a swamp on your head.

Also, wax is a hydrocarbon. It will NEVER wash out in normal soap and water. You need a detergent and months of scrubbing to get it all out.

Until it's out, you won't have locks. Your hair may look like locks, but it isn't tangled and knotted. Wax hardens and creates the illusion of mature locks because it's stiff. But locks should NEVER be hard or slimy.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/24/12 07:18:16PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but u got to remove that wax! wax is a scam and a dread killer

beeswax is worse then dread waxes it is extra hard to remove

it can take months of exteeme effort to get out the smallest ammount of wax and wax is a dread killer u got to remove it they wuill never dread with wax in them

it just glues hair together to look like dreads but prevents any actual dreading

then it causesthem to rot

its evil stuff

11/24/12 06:48:48PM @kelly3:

Welcome, but you need to remove the wax immediately. It is one of the very worst things you can do for dreads. I don't know about your shampoo. You should be using the residue free kind. The BS/ACV wash is great.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/11/12 11:34:04PM @soaring-eagle:

12/11/12 09:18:40PM @darkstar:


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/11/12 11:34:04PM @soaring-eagle:

12/11/12 09:18:40PM @darkstar:


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