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DIY: Using Your Afro Bulk Dreads to Create Permanent Dreadlock Extenders for Ethnic Textures

Afro Bulk Extensions

Learn how to permanently attach extension dreads with afro bulk hair.

Items Needed:
Afro Bulk Dreads
Afro Bulk
Pulling Needle

1. Position the extension dreadlock over the end of a natural dread so that they are over lapping slightly.
2. Insert the needle into the natural dreadlock and pick up half of the loose afro bulk extending from the end of the extension dreadlock.
3. Pull the loose hair through the natural dreadlock.
4. Repeat, pulling strands of the loose hair into the natural dreadlock in different directions until they are combined.
5. Palm roll to condense the dreadlocks.
6. Using a few additional strands of loose afro bulk extension hair blend over the attachment point.
7. Palm roll to finish.

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5 thoughts on “DIY: Using Your Afro Bulk Dreads to Create Permanent Dreadlock Extenders for Ethnic Textures”

  • Bailey Childs
    June 27, 2015 at 8:01 am

    Hello, I have a question I have natural dreadlocks. (ethnic hair). My locks are purple and I brought dark brown human hair, can I dye the hair after i add the extension?

    • Britni Sundburg
      June 30, 2015 at 3:36 am

      Yes, you can. I would do a test strand before you do too many though. If you plan on coloring, it might be better to start with something slightly lighter so the purple comes out more vibrant.

      • Britni Sundburg
        July 6, 2015 at 6:43 am

        That depends. They are both Kanekalon, so it will react as a Kanekalon fiber does. If your technique works in Kanekalon jumbo, it will not be different for this fiber.

  • Tiffany
    November 30, 2015 at 12:19 am

    i have existing locs and have permanent kinky hair extensions. do you know if they can be removed without completely damaging the locs underneath? if so, how?

    • Nirvana Drew
      November 30, 2015 at 3:38 am

      That really depends on how they were installed. Permanent extensions are typically designed to be just that, so they can be tricky to remove. You can probably do it with some careful dissection.

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