Dreadlock is a Rastafarian hairstyle in which the hair is washed but not combed and twisted while wet into tight braids or ringlets hanging down on all sides.
One of the most iconic hairstyles of all time is dreadlocks. Eye-catching, easy to maintain, and full of attitude, locs are not for the shy types! Natural hair, they are considered a protective style because they don’t require any chemicals to create.
They also help the hair retain moisture, and don’t put too much stress on the scalp. Dreads also require lots of patience as they can take years to be fully complete.
If you can’t wait that long, then try faux locs. The only limit is your imagination.
At times, when you can’t be bothered with everyday styling, dreadlocks are like a breath of fresh air.
They can protect your hair, maintain its health, and let it grow all while looking super cool in tight locs!
Interestingly, women’s love for dreadlocks hairstyles has kept growing in recent years but it has been in existence right from ancient times