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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/23/13 04:39:13PM @soaring-eagle:

legaly dreadlocks are considered a religios expression if grown for spiritial reasons ..and are natural so they cant descrininate

if you make them or maintaon them to keep the boss happy yopu give up the only right u got and then they can say cut them


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/23/13 02:25:08PM @soaring-eagle:

actialy with jobs naturals the best option


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/23/13 10:43:47AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome whats the "mix of everything" include?


Baba Fats
12/23/13 08:11:30AM @baba-fats:

Welcome. But reback combing, and TnRing over and over will only delay progress by setting you back to day one. Your hair needs to untangle for a while in order to form lasting knots. The knots formed from TnR and back combing are only temporary place holders to set up your sections.


darkstar
12/30/13 06:31:26PM @darkstar:

Here's a basic map of water types in Canada. It doesn't seem as accurate as the ones of the US and UK, but it'll give you a good idea. if you can contact your local water department, they will know for sure.

There's a way to tell, sort of, just by using your soap. if you wash your hands with it, and they come out bone dry (not slick at all), you have softer water. If they are a little soft and "greasy" feeling, it could be harder water. But this method isn't 100% accurate


darkstar
12/30/13 02:31:46PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Be careful with Dr. Bronner's, though. I know it's become the go-to soap for locks, but it is a castile soap. And castile soaps do not work well in hard water. So check you water type, or else you will end up with it building up residue in your locks


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/30/13 01:46:11PM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
12/30/13 06:31:26PM @darkstar:

Here's a basic map of water types in Canada. It doesn't seem as accurate as the ones of the US and UK, but it'll give you a good idea. if you can contact your local water department, they will know for sure.

There's a way to tell, sort of, just by using your soap. if you wash your hands with it, and they come out bone dry (not slick at all), you have softer water. If they are a little soft and "greasy" feeling, it could be harder water. But this method isn't 100% accurate


darkstar
12/30/13 02:31:46PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Be careful with Dr. Bronner's, though. I know it's become the go-to soap for locks, but it is a castile soap. And castile soaps do not work well in hard water. So check you water type, or else you will end up with it building up residue in your locks


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/30/13 01:46:11PM @soaring-eagle:


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