What Are Dreadlocks?

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Dreadlocks are a natural form of matted hair. They develop when black hard hair is left to grow naturally on the scalp forming its own natural twists. They can also be braided in a variety of ways.
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Dreadlocks are pieces of hair that have not been combed for long stretches. They can occur naturally over time or in an afternoon with the help of styling products. The hairstyle
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Dreadlocks, also called locks or dreads, are heavy matted coils of hair which form by themselves(neglect method)
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dread·locks
[dred-loks]
NOUN [(USED WITH A PLURAL VERB)]
1.
a hair style, especially among Rastafarians, in which the hair is worn in long, ropelike locks.
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Dreadlocks are matted coils of hair. It is a type of hairstyle that is achieved naturally by allowing ones hair to mat together as it grows. Dreadlocks are also called locks or dreads and can be a controversial hairstyle because they are associated with Rastafarian and African culture.
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