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Stephanie Kleinsmith Carroll

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Zipcode: 17602
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/10/13 11:37:01AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome

qst thing u goit to do is remove wax and stop crocheting second thing is..nothing..wash and seperate other then that..leave rthem alone


Baba Fats
04/09/13 05:57:13PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. But I have to warn you that wax is horrendous for locks. It does nothing but prevents them from ever maturing. Wax acts like a glue. It keeps knots and tangles from forming, by gluing your hair in the same place it was the first day you put it in. So they never mature past that day. I hope you were told to wash your hair, at least. But that is also a huge problem. Wax is a hydrocarbon. It doesn't wash out in any amount of normal soap and water. It NEEDS a detergent and tons of scrubbing to clean it out. If not, then water will get trapped inside your locks, and begin to grow mold/mildew, and will make your hair rot. Trust me from experience. My first set rotted so bad that my hairliterallymelted off my head.


darkstar
04/20/13 07:50:47PM @darkstar:

Welcome. With a starter method like TnR, that's all you need. But just in case you didn't know already, starter methods still take about a year to form mature locks. They will untangle and retangle for about 6 months. All you did was create a rough blueprint for where you want your locks to be. Many will probably form there. Some may congo with others, some may move completely. When they start to congo, just separate them.

Just don't freak out when they come unraveled in the shower. This is part of the process


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/20/13 06:24:51PM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
04/20/13 07:50:47PM @darkstar:

Welcome. With a starter method like TnR, that's all you need. But just in case you didn't know already, starter methods still take about a year to form mature locks. They will untangle and retangle for about 6 months. All you did was create a rough blueprint for where you want your locks to be. Many will probably form there. Some may congo with others, some may move completely. When they start to congo, just separate them.

Just don't freak out when they come unraveled in the shower. This is part of the process


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/20/13 06:24:51PM @soaring-eagle:


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