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@zombiemommy • 6 months ago • comments: 0
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"Thank you for your tips but I like my hair the way it is. No problem drying it either"
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/07/18 09:46:58PM @soaring-eagle:

well they are only 4 weeks old.. babies  when mature (which will be drasticly delayed cause of the crochet) they can take a very  long time to dry.. all day..or longer

just trying to help.. we have a hell of a lot of people with experience here and a whole section for crochet recovery for you to read up on


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/06/18 06:45:10AM @soaring-eagle:

ps the blunt tips also make them take 5 times longer to dry, it doesn't let water drain out the ends


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/06/18 06:43:51AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome

but got to warn you crochet is 1 of the worse things you can do to dreads! if it was done tight, 1 use delays dreading by 6 months, and takes 3 years to recover from (before they lose the stiffness, and very unnatural look)

it does extreme damage breaking thousands of hairs everytime its used. this makes way more frizz and loose hairs. typically crochet users have to recrochet over and over  which just does more and more damage

throw the hook in the trash, if they are tight lightly condition with jojoba or pure aloe or something dread safe to try to loosen them up

i was going to ask if you were a member in the past cause your name sounded familiar, but if you had been you would absolutely not have used crochet

theres a whole site section for crochet recovery


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