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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/21/12 06:12:21PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome crochet was a very bad idea even if u only did it to start the crochet will delay any progress by 6 whole months and they will be severely damaged exroteemly fuzzy from broken hairs and prickly like brillo


Baba Fats
10/21/12 05:24:22PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. I hope you only crocheted once and have thrown your hook away since then. Crocheting only destroys your locks. It breaks hairs into smaller and smaller pieces which makes hem so weak, that locks have been known to snap off at points. Even once is bad, but can be fixed for the most part. It takes about 6 months for each session to heal, but it's worth it.


Pamela3
11/05/12 08:59:56AM @pamela3:

Thank you. I did vary the size and they are not sectioned evenly. They are pretty loose and fuzzy, which I think now the best to leave them be??? My plan was to start with tnr as a start and then just not touch them and see what happens.


darkstar
11/04/12 01:05:55AM @darkstar:

Welcome. Listen to Adam. If you want the healthiest locks, you shouldn't make themsymmetricalsections.


Amanda7
11/03/12 04:57:37PM @amanda7:

Welcome. If you TnR make sure to use different sized sections of no more than 1 square inch. Also, don't do them overly tight.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/03/12 04:56:38PM @soaring-eagle:


Pamela3
11/05/12 08:59:56AM @pamela3:

Thank you. I did vary the size and they are not sectioned evenly. They are pretty loose and fuzzy, which I think now the best to leave them be??? My plan was to start with tnr as a start and then just not touch them and see what happens.


darkstar
11/04/12 01:05:55AM @darkstar:

Welcome. Listen to Adam. If you want the healthiest locks, you shouldn't make themsymmetricalsections.


Amanda7
11/03/12 04:57:37PM @amanda7:

Welcome. If you TnR make sure to use different sized sections of no more than 1 square inch. Also, don't do them overly tight.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/03/12 04:56:38PM @soaring-eagle:


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