Simple way to install single ended or double ended dreads
BohoLucyDreads Blog
by Krisztina Pinter
5M ago
Introduces you to the most basic technique of wool dreadlock installation, based on the simple triple braid. We show you the simplest wool dreadlocks braiding technique that you can easily learn yourself. If you install them yourself, make sure you have two mirrors and choose a well-lit place. If you feel it's too much trouble, feel free to ask a partner, friend or sibling for help. Spending a few hours together is a great opportunity for a relaxed chat. We will also show you how to braid double and single wool dreads separately. It's important to read the sectoning summary before you start, i ..read more
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How To Clean Your Wool Dreads?
BohoLucyDreads Blog
by Krisztina Pinter
5M ago
Cleaning the wool dreads is actually easy and cost effective. To preserve their quality, you only have to keep in mind a few care instructions. How and how often should you wash it? Wool has a good resistance against stains and odors, it is antibacterial and antimicrobial, so you don’t have to clean it too often.   Wash only your scalp if you’re wearing wool dreads. Tie your hair into one, or two buns. Use a shampoo, which contains tea tree oil. Tea tree oil has a hydrating and soothing effect, it reduces itchiness. If you don’t want to change your favorite shampoo, then just add a few d ..read more
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How Many Wool Dreadlocks Will You Need?
BohoLucyDreads Blog
by Krisztina Pinter
5M ago
You’ve probably wondered about this already. All you could make out from the available sources were just numbers, without any actual guidance, so you still haven’t got a clue, and only confirmed your uncertainty. Don’t worry, it will be easy to get the right number if you consider the following. On which part of your head would you install dread extensions? You’re just getting to know wool dreads, so you’d only braid in a few dreadlocks in the back? Why don’t you try an accent set? In this case, we suggest starting with 10-15 dreads! Would you prefer a mohawk hairstyle or razor cuts on the si ..read more
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5+1 Advices No One Will Give You Before Shopping Wool Dreads
BohoLucyDreads Blog
by Krisztina Pinter
5M ago
Imagine that the set of dreadlocks you’ve been long waiting for, finally arrives and is exactly what you wished for. Then all your enthusiasm slowly fades away, as you keep on searching for hours, and yet you’re unable to find a decent video on how to install it. You’re totally exhausted by the many attempts until you eventually manage to get them braided in. It wasn’t easy, but at least you’re pleased with the result. When you look in the mirror you like what you see, so you forget all the suffering you’ve been through these last couple of hours. As days go by you start to feel, that wearing ..read more
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Single Ended Vs Double Ended Dreads: Which One Should You Install?
BohoLucyDreads Blog
by Krisztina Pinter
5M ago
You’ve probably already heard about single ended and double ended dreads. Are you unsure about which one is the best for you? Let’s take the more common one first, the double ended wool dreads! This is actually a long dread, which is installed folded in half. As the name also suggests, this way it has two ends.   Why is double ended dreads so popular? It provides a thicker effect, as it doubles the volume. Dreads made of wool are much lighter than synthetic ones. It’s very easy to install, you just braid it into your hair. The braiding is less visible since it is covered by o ..read more
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