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Ojas Acharya
06/03/13 04:23:41PM @ojas-acharya:

hey there, yes i do separate 1nce in a while. not everyday, not even after every wash, but maybe 1nce in a week or two just when they feel too much in love with each other. till then i just neglect them n let 'em do what they wanna. works well pretty well..

Baba Fats
04/23/13 04:45:55PM @baba-fats:

I know that taking certain vitamins does prevent your body from creating them itself. After a time of not taking the vitamins, your body does go back to producing them. I'm not 100% sure how this works with biotin. I haven't found or heard of any studies for it specifically.

As for the conditioner, Your scalp does produce it's own oils. But it doesn't actually keep itself clean. Dirt, dust, and residues accumulate. Without a soap, or shampoo, your scalp has no way to get rid of these debris itself. So there's no reason not to use it

03/16/13 09:21:13PM @linus:

Im not actively separating but if i feel some congos going on i usually rip them apart :)

Nicholas Powell
03/07/13 09:16:38AM @nicholas-powell:
But, at the end of the day, my philosophy would probably still be to do as little as possible in terms o manipulation.

Nicholas Powell
03/07/13 09:14:59AM @nicholas-powell:
Greetings! Actually, I just did a little bit last night because I had some sections on each side of my head(probably a result of the way I move in my sleep) trying to form larger-than-desired-dreads. I'm only doing minor seperation, but that's mostly due to the way my hair is naturally sectioning. I'm sure if I had any other hair type seperating would be a little more 'necessary'.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/01/13 02:20:11PM @soaring-eagle:

anytinme theres significant tention on the roots for an extended period of time

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/01/13 01:00:37AM @soaring-eagle:

id guess yesa..slightly ..from the weight ..and the hugeness

its nit bad concidering the sizew and all

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/28/13 02:10:17AM @soaring-eagle:

think its just a bad blurry picture haha

cause u dont see ant=y in any other pics its just blondish blurriness that resebles scalpiness

and yea i think he probly id

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/27/13 10:18:27PM @soaring-eagle:

hmm ill look ok u gotta post example pics i looked at about 40 of foxpaws and his dresds are so thick and wo=ild i cant see anything like what u describe but i saw 1 where they were all over the place and his foreg=head was peeking out betyween them that was the only 1 i could guess u meant

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/26/13 10:45:56PM @soaring-eagle:

delends what u mean like if your hairs parted u see a scalp but thats seeing the scalp tthrough the roots the hairs roots are still there no farther apart thenusual now traction alopecia u will see no roots coming from the scalp in the gaps then in typicaly twusateds or interlocked dreads when the roots do dstart u see them pulled sideways into the very tight very thin roots

now natural dreads can get a lil traction from weight or from tying them tight for long periods

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