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January 2010


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She probably has something really valuable to say. I just can't listen through all the chatter. She needs a script. Could you please sum up for us so that we can get the knowledge that you think is so valuable? And could you tell me if it applies to dreadlocs? Thanks.

That was interesting but,I don't see me implementing this. Those glycerin based products would have my hair bone dry. Actually, all of those products she used would dry my hair out. And that's just too much stuff. IMHO.

Adriane, for dreadlocks, I'd just do a steam treatment with mango or shea butter. IMHO.

Great video! Thanks for the tutorial, I'm always having a moisture problem.


I. Love. BlackOnyxx. What I love about her...sbe started her journey and decided to film it...we learned the oops and ahhs right along with her. If you send her a question...she answers it. If you send a suggestion...she trys it. She's a real person...so she rambles...its part of her charm. There's no plastic to her.

Professional ProX eye restoration complex. I am not sure it is working, but I keep hoping and believing it is, better understanding the emotional drivers behind why women spend so much on skin care cosmetics for the first time.

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