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CONSIDERING DREADLOCKS

This section is reserved for you if you're thinking about getting dreadlocks but not quite sure how to go about it yet.

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Boost your locks or start them with sythetic hair
It's easy to put in (and remove) temporary dreads
Learn two different ways to start locking up today

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Want micro-dreads? This is one way to get the look.
A dreadlocks hairdresser
can help you with your locs
Worried about starting locks in your natural hair?

NEWBORN DREADLOCKS

Congratulations on making dreadlocks, perhaps even for the first time . Now that you have them are you unsure how to take care of them? Use this section to see how easy it is to take care of new dreadlocks.

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Hair care products for dread heads everywhere
Do it yourself or see a pro?
This article will help you pick
Pick your poo carefully!

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A great alternative to hair conditioner is hair tea
Five steps is all it takes to maintain your locks
Use essential oils as part of your natural hair care

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You can wear any hat...as long as it fits right.
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ADOLESCENT DREADLOCKS

You've had dreadlocks for a few months now. You can do everything the newborn dreadlock wearer can do but you're able to use accessories now!

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See fun and useful it is to dress up dreads
A staple for lock wearers, learn which beads are best
Organics and natural ingredient ideas for dreds

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Long locks are easy to attain with a bit of hair care
Adopt a regular shampoo and conditioning routine
Tea is not just for drinking anymore

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If your biggest concern is maintenance, get groomed
Organic oils for your natural hair locks
More than fashion, head coverings help locks grow


MATURE DREADLOCKS

You've had dreadlocks for a at least a year right? Well, then this section is for you. While there's not much difference in what you can do versus what someone with adolescent dreads can do, there are some special considerations that you'll learn about on these pages.

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Tams, hats, and other accessories for your locks
Learn about different types of beads for dreadlocks
If you're interested in natural organics, see this page

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Caring for dreds is easy
See how (and how often) to wash your locks
Quick tips to maintain your locks

REMOVING DREADLOCKS

This section is reserved for those at the end of their dreadlocking journey. Whether you want to start over with fresh locks or move on to another hairstyle, this section will help you do that while keeping your hair care in mind.

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Removing dreads now, eh? Okay, here's how
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