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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/06/12 01:06:04PM @soaring-eagle:


Baba Fats
10/06/12 07:40:00AM @baba-fats:

Welcome


Nickberber
09/06/13 06:01:39PM @nickberber:

Crap, that post down below this one...was meant to be put in the...flat dreadlock thing you started. Ooops. i dont use computers too terribly much so this is the result. Sorry. But yeah. Keep rockin!


Nickberber
09/06/13 06:00:45PM @nickberber:

It's just part of it. I have one that is very flat, I call it my tape worm. Peoples faces when they hear me talk about checking the progress of my tape worm...fun.

It adds depth and character anyways, just learn to enjoy it and accept the insanity.


Kameka
11/04/12 09:28:25AM @kameka:
hey, i'm a liscenced cosmetologist too. sounds like we both started to do dreads around the same time. i'm curious about your outlook on them given our shared profession.how long have you been doing hair? i actually got out of the industry a few months before i began to let my dreads knot up. well i hope you can enjoy them and not try too hard to make them look good, i know that's the hair dresser in you coming out ;)peace!

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/19/12 03:08:28PM @soaring-eagle:

Welcome the crocheting is extremely destructive and you really should stop it immediately or really not going to last long.

It's probably a love-hate relationship because you have to spend so much time working on them. It would be in love, love thing if you did nothing to them


darkstar
10/19/12 11:51:14AM @darkstar:

Welcome. if you want to crochet them, then you want to crochet them. We can't come to your house and stop you. We are only here to let you know how damaging it is your your locks and how it really prevents them from forming right.

All a crochet hook does is break your hair into smaller and smaller pieces which weakens your locks and makes hem frizzier which makes you think you need more maintenance.

If you want dreadlocks for a fashion statement and plan on cutting them off in a few years, then you're on the right track. If you want them for a deeper reason and want them for life, then crocheting them is a bad call.

And yes, if you crochet them often, you will have to cut your hair when you get sick of locks, because with all of th breaking you are doing to your hair, if you tried to comb them out, you'd have a mess of uneven hair


Nickberber
09/06/13 06:01:39PM @nickberber:

Crap, that post down below this one...was meant to be put in the...flat dreadlock thing you started. Ooops. i dont use computers too terribly much so this is the result. Sorry. But yeah. Keep rockin!


Nickberber
09/06/13 06:00:45PM @nickberber:

It's just part of it. I have one that is very flat, I call it my tape worm. Peoples faces when they hear me talk about checking the progress of my tape worm...fun.

It adds depth and character anyways, just learn to enjoy it and accept the insanity.


Kameka
11/04/12 09:28:25AM @kameka:
hey, i'm a liscenced cosmetologist too. sounds like we both started to do dreads around the same time. i'm curious about your outlook on them given our shared profession.how long have you been doing hair? i actually got out of the industry a few months before i began to let my dreads knot up. well i hope you can enjoy them and not try too hard to make them look good, i know that's the hair dresser in you coming out ;)peace!

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