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Dreadlock Hairstyles: Maintaining Thicker Hair

17 Jul
http://trendyhairstylewomen.blogspot.com/Easy maintenance of hair and getting a style that stays out of the way is one of the primary concerns of many. If you want to use a well – grown technique, then considering dreadlocks hairstyles may be one of the best alternatives. This specific look has grown out of the African – American culture and into a world wide way of keeping your hair styled and simple. Dreadlocks hairstyles have been used through various cultures for centuries to help maintain curly and thick hair.

Many attribute the beginnings of this style to Jamaican culture with the popularity growing through Reggae artist, Bob Marley. In order to get this style, there is the need to coil and tangle the hair into set strands. These will then stay in the same position, while allowing your hair to grow and stay in the same position without regular maintenance, other than basic washing of the hair.

The popular trend for dreadlocks hairstyles are not only inclusive of the basic conditions for hair, but also includes different styles within this. For instance, you can have short, medium or longer lengths of dreads. There is also the possibility to have smaller strands of hair tangled together or to have thicker dreads of hair to form only a few strands around your head. You can also part the scalp area of your hair to create styles before you begin dreading your hair to create a different look.

For those that are interested in getting a new definition for thicker and curlier hair is the ability to tap into an older tradition of dreadlocks hairstyles. This concept is one that has grown into popular culture, while providing a simplistic method for enjoying a basic hairstyle.

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