Dreadlock Accent Set of 21
These are one of a kind small accent set I love to make.
Ash Blonde Roots with a mix of gorgeous summer time colors.
This set is ready to ship. It will ship the day after purchase. Excluding Sunday.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Request a cancellation within: 2 days of purchase
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
I will only use your shipping and billing address, and contact information
I do custom colors and sizes. I can make just about any color you can imagine. Turn around time on custom set is usually 10 days for sets up to 60.
Sets larger than 60 aprox 12 days.
Just about every set I have listed can be customized just for you. I do pencil and sharpie size dreadlocks. If you want them thicker I can do that also. I do not like to make them thinner than pencil because I feel it takes away from the quality of my work.
If you have never tried wool Dreadlocks here are a few upsides to them verses plastic synthetic ones.
They are almost weightless.
They do not make your head itch.
From my experience the plastic synthetic make my head itch like crazy.
Color variations are limitless.
YES, you can wash them. Mild shampoo. Towel dry and blow dry while still slightly damp reshape ends the way you want. With proper care and maintenance they will last pretty much forever 👏
I do several different types of dreads.
Natural - Lightly rolled to give you a very natural effect. Tips are various sizes to look like natural dreads. This type has a slight wavy effect to them.
Tight Rolled - For a very uniform look with tips rolled to a triangular shape.
Wool Dreadlocks are washable.
You need a mild sulfate free shampoo to keep colors from fading.
Towel dry and blow dry while still slightly damp reshape.
Heat will not damage dreads at all!!!
Blow Dryer - Curling Iron - Flat Iron
All completely OK to use.
Single Ended Dreadlocks come with a small loop at the top. You pull hair through the loop and divide into two pieces. Then you braid using the dread as the third piece of the braid.
You can also crochet or clip them in with a small clip or bobby pin.
Double Ended are installed by braiding in the middle. Divide hair and use dread as third piece.
The upside of single ended is you get a tighter installment. On the other hand with double ended you get two tips per dread making them more cost efficient.