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How long does my hair have to be to start dreads with this method?

What is the fastest method to get dreads?

Where can I see hair dreaded with this method?

Will this method work on Caucasian hair?

Will this method work on African hair?

Will this method work on Asian hair?

 
 
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How long does my hair have to be to start dreads with this method?

You should start out with hair that is about 6 inches long.

 
 
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What is the fastest method to get dreads?

Backcombing is probably the fastest way to get permanent dreads. Because the hair looks like dreads right after they are finished, there is also an estimated time of 3 months to lock up. This is the least amount of time out of all the methods.

The fastest way to get temporary dreads is probably the loomed dreads method. But you can only leave them in for a few days. So if you're going with temporary dreads use the silky dread method.

 
 
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Where can I see hair dreaded with this method?

You can see a couple pictures in the pictures section of this site. You can also find some pictures on the Hair Police site.

 
 
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Will this method work on Caucasian hair?

This method will work on Caucasian hair, but if you have the choice I would go with the backcombing or one of the other more natural methods of getting dread locks, just because of the damage the dread perm does to the hair.

 
 
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Will this method work on African hair?

The dread perm will work on African textured hair, but I would not recommend it because it does so much damage to the hair and most people get the dread perm to get the same texture that African hair has.

 
 
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Will this method work on Asian hair?

Yes, this is one of the hair types that the dread perm is made for.