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@nettie • 3 months ago • comments: 842
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"Thank you again. I will keep you updated "
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"Thank you for sharing this.. I started my locs at a salon. She supposed to be a good loctician, but my hair is so soft and it's gonna take some time I know...."

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/05/17 08:11:56PM @soaring-eagle:

theres a members timelines section of the forums you can  keep updated as they progress theres also a salon/loctician recovery section if you find you have issues caused by them (i think you lucked out and shouldn't have any)


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/05/17 07:55:34PM @soaring-eagle:

salons and locticians are the worse mistakes you can make! that's why that poor womans bald and the salons making her balder!

heres a tip..your hair will dread itself by doing nothing but washing it!  the more you wash and keep it free of gunks oils gels and dirt the faster it will dread (yea some salons say don't wash it the entire 1st year then only wash when you make an appointment!)

considering they were started in a salon they look to be fine (from the profile pic anyway)

so now you are in good hands ..your own

wash your hair with a good all natural dread friendly shampoo weekly or  more often and separate as needed that's all ot takes

your hair will do the rest..free of charge (that poor woman must have spent around 40,000 dollars at salons to get that bad, but many spend 20,000 before realizing they are causing them to go bald)

really glad you joined

ps if you use the comment back button i'll be notified i just happened to see your comment cause i checked after your like)


Nettie
04/05/17 07:46:23PM @nettie:

Thank you for sharing this.. I started my locs at a salon. She supposed to be a good loctician, but my hair is so soft and it's gonna take some time I know. I went back to get it re twist and she did not wash my hair. I do not know anything about the process, that's why I joined this group wanting the right information. My habit is playing too much with my hair. In the past I've had plenty of styles and weaves. Now that I'm in my 40's I've had enough of it all. I want to let my hair do it's own thing. Thanks for the tip!


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/05/17 07:39:39PM @soaring-eagle:

ps check the locking gel many contain waxes! wax is a scam and dread killer if theres wax in the gel (mango lime stuff is horrible!) you may need wax b gone to remove it


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/05/17 07:37:25PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome

but if you retwist every 3 weeks you probably going to have traction alopecia in 3 months! you should never retwist, but having said that twice a year if not tight is certainly safe enough  for  holidays and events    

retwisting often and tight  kills the bloodflow to the scalp  the folicules between dreads die and  you get thinning  every 3 months you can get away with it for a couple years  before  having issues

but retwisting is never recommended at all

and the same goes for gels

please read up on both on the site and i am happy to answer all your questions

just to make this perfectly clear this is the result of retwisting

and if you notice even with this severe of damage they are still being retwisted in the picture!

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