How much length will I lose when I get dreads? » Well, with the ... Should I get a
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Mar 15, 2014 ... A common question is - how long does your hair need to be for starting
dreadlocks? What role does hair length play and what's the difference ...
How much length you'll loose when you backcomb and start your dreadlocks
depends on a few things. In general we see about a 20-30% loss of length during
However, the circumstances by which people lose length with the method(s) we
use is at least fairly predictable. The first thing to know is that we cannot dread ...
Aug 7, 2008 ... Any length hair can form dreadlocks. Fine hair makes really pretty dreadlocks.
Simply stop combing or brushing your hair and your hair will form ...
You can have between 6 to 12 inches of length of hair and still be able to get
dreadlocks and it just depends on what type of method. There's many methods to
Depending on your hair length you will spend between 4-15 minutes on each
dread, multiply that by about 30 for larger dreads, or 100 for small dreads and ...
There are several methods that can be used to start dreadlocks. We will attempt
to ... Backcombing will work on all hair lengths 3" and longer. Disadvantages: ...
Dreadlocked hair needs to be washed regularly just like un-dreaded hair. ... Fact:
Dreadlocks do gain length slower than un-dreaded hair but the hair is actually ...
Hello I had dreadlocks for 6years and its been 5 years since i cut them. My hair
grew 2times slower when i had dreadlocks than when my hair was naturally ...