22 Inch Rastafri Dreadlock Foundation Fiber

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88% of 100

Crafting dreadlocks just got WAY easier! These bad boys are perfect for the person who looks at backcombing and goes "ain't nobody got time for that" Skip the work and get straight into heat sealing and embellishing!

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1195
As low as $6.95

This dreadlock fiber is an excellent foundation for synthetic dreads, braids, twists, and literally SO.MUCH.MORE. These are perfect puffy strands of Kanekalon fiber, similar to Marley Braid Krinklepuffs, but thicker and more awesome! Install Dreadlock Foundation Fiber with braided or crochet methods and rock them as is, or you can totally use them as a base for other installations.

  • 100% Kanekalon fiber
  • Variety of solid colors and gorgeous mixed colors
  • Approximately 22 inches long when folded
  • Approximately 20 pieces per pack, 40 ends

Install Dreadlock Foundation Fiber with braided or crochet methods and rock them as is, or use them as the perfect base for other installations! Either way, these dreadlocks are bound to knock your socks off!

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Customer Questions
Do these accept color? And if so what's the best way to color them? I'm going to do synthetic dreads in my medium thick hair, so how many should I get? Sorry so many questions, I'm just a bit new at this! I love the videos on YouTube, they are wonderful!

Congrats on taking the plunge! :) They don't take color - as they are synthetics and aren't porous like human hair. Synthetics can be stained, but its messy and difficult and people have mixed results - so I usually just tell people not to bother...

Can these be back combed? How are you supposed to use them as a base…?

Yes they can. They are a great base for crochet and steaming methods.

Would one use these the same way as Krinklepuff to make single ended dreads?

Yes, exactly the same. :)

Hey curious, To do dread locks on these foundation fiber dreadlocks, I am curious what method you'd suggest for attachment? box braids? Any other method that is easy to follow you can suggest instead? Thanks a bunch!

Typically any Double Ended Dread method would work. :) Check out our installation tutorials in the Tutorial section under synthetic dreadlocks.

When can we expect more hair? There's a color I want but there's only three left.

We order large quantities in weekly. The best way to know when a color is in is to get on the notification list. If you email sales@doctoredlocks.com and let them know that you want more than the 3, they will make sure it's on order for our next supply...

Wjen will you get another shipment of hair. There’s a color I want but there's only 4 left.

We order large quantities in weekly. The best way to know when a color is in is to get on the notification list. If you email sales@doctoredlocks.com and let them know that you want more than the 4, they will make sure it's on order for our next supply...

About how many packs for a full head of DE?

Typically 8-9, but it really depends on your design.

Hi, are these fibers able to be pulled apart more? Or is it already in a semi locked state?

These can be pulled apart - they can be harder to separate at the ends, but it can be done without too much effort. :)

Hello, I was with a package of dreads, the glue and all is sold separate? I was also wondering if you have any idea if the glue has latex or not? Thanks

I'm not sure I understand the question exactly. Send us an email at sales@doctoredlocks.com and we can sort out what you are looking for. :)

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