Mzansi celebrities give tips on taking care of dreads. The problem with dreads is their thickness. Dreadlocks, although more versatile than other natural styles can still get boring. Can you dye dreads? Yes, but dyeing dreads is a challenge, even for a hairstylist.
One way to keep them up to date is to change their colour. There are many artists who have made their dreads their signature looks by adding some colour like singers Ledisi and Lady Zamar. With these easy tips, you can be a colour chameleon too.
Now, this should be a staple in your routine by now if you have dreads because moisture is one of the most important parts of taking care of your dreads. Moisture will also determine how well your hair will take the colour you have chosen to dye it with. If you need to delay colouring your hair for a week or so, this will allow you time to focus on moisturising it so it will be totally ready to take on a new colour. Dyeing dry hair will definitely lead to a lot of damage and even more tears.
LOTS of Colour
The best dye for dreadlocks is definitely one that comes in large quantities because you need to make sure your hair gets enough. Depending on the length of your hair, you might need one bottle or more than one. The thickness of your dreads will also play a role and the sheer number of actual dreadlocks will also affect the outcome.
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