Make Dreadlocks

There are more methods for making dreadlocks than they are flavors of jelly beans. And just like jelly beans, some are better than others, and there are some you want to avoid like the plague. Below is a list of some of the most common ways to start dreadlocks. It’s quite common for people to pick and choose parts of each method when they make their dreadlocks but the people who usually have the best experiences tend to stick to one method.

Learn about each method:

How to Backcomb Dreadlocks

Twisting Dreadlocks Method

Twist and Rip Dreadlocks Method

Dread Perm

Brush Rubbing Dreadlocks

Neglect or Freeform Dreads

Dread Braiding

Silky Dreads

Industrial Dreads

Loomed Dreads

Twist and Pin Dreadlocks