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    Posted: Oct 18 2009 at 9:16pm
If so does it produce fantastic twists outs ?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct 20 2009 at 6:40pm
I've never used beeswax, but I have heard a few natural hair stylists and locticians advise against it because it leaves build up in locs. This may not be a problem with twists due to more frequent washing....
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct 23 2009 at 1:29pm
I've used that murray's beeswax... which is mostly petroleum (ducks for rock throwing, i know i know)  with a little bit of beeswax.  sometimes when i do natural twists (no extensions) I've only used for a twist out for the back of my hair.  I had the front flat twisted and the back in a twist out and it worked pretty good.   I wouldn't that kind on a regular basis because it leave build up probably because of the petroleum and have to clarify like crazy afterwards.

haven't used 100% beeswax yet
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 02 2009 at 8:02am
Hmm I used it and didn't notice any buildup in my hair. You have to use a very little. I mean just a shine on the fingers is good enough. Anyways I didn't like it that much. My hair was dry and I hate dry hair.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 14 2009 at 2:49am
I've used Wonder Gro's Lanolin & Beeswax product and my twist as well as my twist outs were fab. You do have to be careful how much you use though... I don't think I would have benefited from just beeswax alone.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 15 2009 at 8:00pm
I haven't used beeswax but I recently tried organics root stimulator twist and lock gel and I got good results. I'ved used it on wet and dry hair. I think I liked it better on dry less shrinkage. I use it with a little moisturizer so my hair doesn't get hard.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 07 2010 at 12:52pm
Originally posted by Cupcake77 Cupcake77 wrote:

I've used that murray's beeswax... which is mostly petroleum (ducks for rock throwing, i know i know)  with a little bit of beeswax.  sometimes when i do natural twists (no extensions) I've only used for a twist out for the back of my hair.  I had the front flat twisted and the back in a twist out and it worked pretty good.   I wouldn't that kind on a regular basis because it leave build up probably because of the petroleum and have to clarify like crazy afterwards.

haven't used 100% beeswax yet


Me too, but you must use a lil' bit. Or elseConfused
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