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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/26/14 05:52:58PM @soaring-eagle:

the interlocking severely over tightens the rootsand most likely did pull some out of the scalp id recomewnd getting a refund (it would be great if u could donate 1% or more to thye site to help others not make these mistakes) can u post a few photos so we can see whats up including a closeup of the roots/scalp


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/26/14 05:40:15PM @soaring-eagle:

read over the dreaducation page


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/26/14 05:39:24PM @soaring-eagle:

never go to a stylist!

interlocking is 1 of the worse things she can do and so is wax

u need wax b gone to remove that then dont palm roll just wash often..every few days with a dread shampoo and give them time to lock it takes awhile but asd long as thst wax is gonje they will locklk but they wont lock with sticky crapl in them


Priscilla C
04/26/14 05:28:29PM @priscilla-c:
I honestly have no idea I asked the stylist and she said it was her own mix and she couldn't tell me...it was yellow, she compared it to wax. She also interlocked my hair I'm working on taking those out right now. I'm contemplating on washing them myself and palm rolling or continue doing the pinch and twist ....or going back to her having her wash them and reapply her stuff till they don't need it anymore? They look good I'm just not sure if they really are locking up.full process was a shampoo, light backcomb, one direction palm roll with that liquid, sat under a dryer and then she interlocked them.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/26/14 05:10:41PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome whats the sticky liquid u dont want anything sticky in dreads


darkstar
04/28/14 09:39:59PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Lemon juice should NEVER be used on hair. It is citric acid, which is not a super strong acid, but it is strong enough to seep into your hair and break it down from the inside out. People use it to lighten their hair, and that lightening is the way the damage shows up


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/28/14 05:42:23PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but dont use lemon it penetrates the hair shaft and is too acidic and bereaks the hair down from the inside if u use baking soda u should use acv after also


darkstar
04/28/14 09:39:59PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Lemon juice should NEVER be used on hair. It is citric acid, which is not a super strong acid, but it is strong enough to seep into your hair and break it down from the inside out. People use it to lighten their hair, and that lightening is the way the damage shows up


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/28/14 05:42:23PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but dont use lemon it penetrates the hair shaft and is too acidic and bereaks the hair down from the inside if u use baking soda u should use acv after also


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