Starting dreadlocks can be tedious, considering the time frame you have to wait before the hair actually locks. However, once they’ve grown and perfectly locked, then you can play around and style as desired. One of the perks of having dreadlocks is that unlike any other hair, combing is least of your worries.
Nurturing dreadlocks means washing the hair regularly, moisturizing it, twisting and tying in a neat and stylish way.
Here are some creative ways to style your locks.
Tying your dreadlocks into a high bun is easy and quick. This is something you can even do at home without having to go to the salon.
One of the best ways of taking care of your hair is letting it breathe. After a treatment at the salon, let your dreadlocks hang loose.
This is a common style for people with very long dreadlocks but want to keep them short without cutting. Worms are basically locks rolled up to look short.
Spirals are meant to keep your locks curly as you let them breathe. You simply curl your locks using rollers, stay under the dryer for 20-30 minutes and then untie.