How do You Make Dreads?


You can make dreads one of two ways, naturally or by starting them yourselves. If you start them naturally all you need to do is stop brushing your hair. The hair will start to tangle and you can form them into the dreads you want as them clump together. The other is to start dreads yourself by using a comb, wax, and lots of patience. Divide the hair into sections and pin back all but what you are working on. Use a metal comb and start to backcomb the hair to the root, this will start to tangle the hair. Then use hair wax and start to roll it in the palm of your hands. Continue doing this to every section of your hair, and you can blow dry your hair after to harden the wax.
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How to Make Dreads
Making dreads requires sectioning the hair into small squares, back-combing each section with a fine-toothed comb and rolling each dread to form the traditional cylindrical shape. Tie off the ends of dreads to prevent unraveling with styling advice from... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
Have you made the decision to start growing dreads? Well, this is going to be relatively easy. Go to your hairdresser, and have them braid your hair into dreads.
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