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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/15/12 10:10:50PM @soaring-eagle:

im sure it will


Baba Fats
11/15/12 07:34:48PM @baba-fats:

Welcome.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/15/12 02:33:37PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome u can go natural in any type hir and hats what id recomend tnr isnt bad either but for thin hair i would very strongly recomend at the very least letting it section naturally

typicaly with thin hair when u tnr u try to over compensate by making gigantic sections so u end up with 6 massive dreads but really what u want is a couple large (1 inch max) a few med and a lot thin to med thin the hick add volume the thin fill in the gaps making it a more fiull head of dreds the size variation looks less harsh more blended your hair will section itself just right


darkstar
12/03/12 09:50:12PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I'd recommend stopping using lemon juice. Lemon and lime juice is citric acid. It's relatively strong. And it seeps into the hair shaft and degrades it from the inside. People sometimes lighten their hair with lemon juice. That lightening is how the damage manifests itself


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/03/12 01:34:39PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but dont use lemmon juice! lemon juice penetrates into the inner layers of the hair shaft where the pigmentation is and slowly dissolves it its too strong of an acid to use


darkstar
12/03/12 09:50:12PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I'd recommend stopping using lemon juice. Lemon and lime juice is citric acid. It's relatively strong. And it seeps into the hair shaft and degrades it from the inside. People sometimes lighten their hair with lemon juice. That lightening is how the damage manifests itself


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/03/12 01:34:39PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but dont use lemmon juice! lemon juice penetrates into the inner layers of the hair shaft where the pigmentation is and slowly dissolves it its too strong of an acid to use


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