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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/12/13 01:58:58PM @soaring-eagle:

well fortunatly its not about how they look but how they make you feel


Baba Fats
04/07/13 11:16:01PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. I'm 26 and have early baldness in my genes. So I am already starting to have a thinning crown. Don't worry too much about that. If you want them, grow them.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/07/13 09:39:14PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome if u want to dread hen dread age and thinnig crown dont matter its the desire that counts

sio go for it


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 10:29:16PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but yea the hooks 1 of the worse things u can do was wax used even once in the past if so get the wax b gonme and get the wax out but definatly throw that hook in the trsgh

dreads dont misbehave

they behave the way they want to behave dont tie them up and punish them simply for having personalities

let them be themselves

and love them for the individuals they are strugging to be


darkstar
04/17/13 10:18:08PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But actually using a hook (Iassumea crochet hook) is the most damaging thing that can be done to locks, next to felting. Crocheting only helps rip your hairs into smaller and smaller pieces. This damage is permanent, and causes your locks to get weaker and weaker. If done enough, it can cause your locks to snap under their own weight.

The biggest problem surrounding crocheting is that it rips your hairs, making more loose ends that pop out and look frizzy. So it looks like you need to crochet again to "fix" that problem. But instead, more frizzies are created. It's a vicious cycle


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 10:29:16PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but yea the hooks 1 of the worse things u can do was wax used even once in the past if so get the wax b gonme and get the wax out but definatly throw that hook in the trsgh

dreads dont misbehave

they behave the way they want to behave dont tie them up and punish them simply for having personalities

let them be themselves

and love them for the individuals they are strugging to be


darkstar
04/17/13 10:18:08PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But actually using a hook (Iassumea crochet hook) is the most damaging thing that can be done to locks, next to felting. Crocheting only helps rip your hairs into smaller and smaller pieces. This damage is permanent, and causes your locks to get weaker and weaker. If done enough, it can cause your locks to snap under their own weight.

The biggest problem surrounding crocheting is that it rips your hairs, making more loose ends that pop out and look frizzy. So it looks like you need to crochet again to "fix" that problem. But instead, more frizzies are created. It's a vicious cycle


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