Natural dreadlocks with Klixer®

1. Sectioning hair

Sectioning hair

Once the desired dreadlock thickness has been decided on, the hair should be separated into sections. It is a good idea to start from the nape upwards and sidewards, finishing at the top front. Dreadlocks at the temples and on top may be slightly thinner than at the back. These areas are more sensitive and a thick section could pull too tightly at the edges.

It is best to create oval sections in a “honeycomb” pattern, not too uniform, so that they have a more natural look.

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