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@r3dz • last year • comments: 6
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"@soaring-eagle (define 'great results') = quick to make 'not a really big deal to be honest'and most importantly under control! (it causes EXTREME damage) =..."
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"why not crochet? I've seen a lot of ppl use it with great results. @Soaring-Eagle"
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/27/19 09:10:04PM @soaring-eagle:


see how tight and stiff they are? look how big the sections are too so they look gappy. if they recover..maybe 4 years  from now without being crochetted again each 1 will be almost 3 -5 times as thick


how s that for stiff?

now for a few natural and tnr for comparison


natura;l maybe just a couple weeks in


natural a bunch of years in

almost a year _.png

tnr i think..maybe 8-9 months/


natural (me) 18 years in (28 now this 1 is old)

(just went camping a couple weeks)

guss i dont have any tnr on my c just search the site for tnr exam[les

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/27/19 08:49:42PM @soaring-eagle:

well what i mean is the hook breaks thousands of hairs the broken hairs poop out making them feel like brillo scratchy.. and covered in fuzz 9dreads are in general but thats way more extreme) "repair" i use in their terms, to "fix" them by pulling in all the loose broken hairs..that breaks many more

its not faster appears to be but isn't..

i would consider tnr or natural id try natural st just cause so many wish they went natural ((freeform) many badly enough to start over.

you can always tnr later if naturals not fast enough but if you wish u went mnatural after tn'r'ing you either live with regret or comb out and start over

07/27/19 05:19:04PM @r3dz:

@soaring-eagle (define 'great results') = quick to make 'not a really big deal to be honest'and most importantly under control! (it causes EXTREME damage) = 'no surprises there I don't even use a towel on my hair so a crochet hook will ruin them if I don't want dreads anymore that much I expected', (tight) = 'oh? I was hoping to avoid stiff dreads with the crochet 🤔' (and get extreme frizz) = ' dreads can frizz? ( need constant repair) = 'hair can't repair' (just search the site you will see plenty of crochet vicytims) that's exactly why I'm here, to research 😁😜 ps: thanks for your advice

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/27/19 05:00:49PM @soaring-eagle:

just search the site you will see plenty of crochet vicytims

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/27/19 05:00:15PM @soaring-eagle:

define 'great results'  it causes EXTREME damage, use it once just to start and it delays dreading by 6 months (if tight) and if tight takes 3 years to lose the fake stiff look. all crochetted dreads look stiff and get extreme frizz from the tens of thousands of broken hairs so they need constant repair which adds to the harm.. its just horible dread abuse..only eole who don't know any beter do that sort of thing

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/27/19 03:50:17PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but do not crochet! that is 1 of the absolute most damaging and horible methods

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