How to Make Dreadlocks
Backcombing is the most widely used method for making dreadlocks. The process takes several hours and varies depending on the length, thickness and texture of your hair. At least 4 inches of hair is needed. Asking a few people to help you will save time...
Once you have finished backcombing the that section of hair, put a rubberband
on the tip and one on the root. Add about an M&M's worth of wax to the dreadlock
Disadvantages: The initial dreading takes a few hours and is pretty labor
intensive, nothing a good friend or two can't handle. The best way to back comb
is to ...
Tip rubbing is done to create knots in the loose hair at the tips of your dreadlocks.
If you're following my advice you'll have rubber bands on the tips of your.
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Jun 23, 2012 ... Tutorial on 3 methods: twist & rip, backcombing and crochet. Remember to do
your research, and happy dreading! ^-^ FEEDING MY FAMILY ...
Just start at the tip and comb the hair out with the dread comb working your way
towards the bump. Comb it out and then redread it. Work your way back to the tip
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Jan 21, 2015 ... I get asked more than anything about how I made my dreads, and if I could make
a tutorial video, so here it is! Obviously there are many ways to ...
Start with clean hair. Making sure your hair is clean and residue-free makes the
process go faster. The natural oils ...
How to Grow Dreads. Getting stunning dreadlocks is easy to do at home. You
could have them put in at a salon, but why pay when you can grow them naturally