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Location: Bulger, PA
Zipcode: 15019
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/18/12 11:20:06AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but dreadheadhq destroys dreads for profit

everythung they sell and recomend is destructive and wrong

the products are a scam they only create an illusion of helping while really hurting

if u used wax u must agressivly remove it and dont believe its gone it never washes oit even after 10 years of trying to wash it out its still there its nasty stuff

the shampooo is toxic the lock peppa does nothing its all horible crap

most dreadheaehq dreaes barely last 2 years


Baba Fats
11/18/12 09:53:42AM @baba-fats:

Welcome. I hate to break it to you, but DHHQ is a scam. None of their products were originally sold for dreadlocks. They have all been remarketed with a cute colourful logo and the word "dreadlocks" on it. They are all damaging and/or toxic.

If you used wax, your locks will never mature. They may feel mature. That's only the wax hardened inside of your locks. Wax is a hydrocarbon and NEEDS a detergents to wash it out. DHHQ shampoo does have a detergent in it (SLS), but it's very toxic.

If you crocheted your hair at all, that completely destroys locks. It rips hairs into smaller and smaller pieces which weakens your locks and can make them snap off at places, or even at the root leaving a bald spot.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/06/12 02:15:47PM @soaring-eagle:


Amanda7
12/06/12 01:33:28PM @amanda7:

Welcome. When you backcombed, did you use wax?


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/06/12 02:15:47PM @soaring-eagle:


Amanda7
12/06/12 01:33:28PM @amanda7:

Welcome. When you backcombed, did you use wax?


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