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DIY: How to Create Synthetic Dreads from Krinklepuff Fiber - No Backcombing

Krinklepuff Dreads:

Learn how to create synthetic dreadlocks using Krinklepuffs.

Items Needed:
Krinklepuffs Dread Marley Braid

Steps:
1. Secure krinklepuffs to a surface.
2. Divide the krinklepuffs into two sections.
3. Create an opening in one set of krinklepuffs.
4. Pull the other half through the opening.
5. Alternate pulling each side through the other until you have reached the ends.
6. If creating a double ended dreadlock, repeat down the other side.
7. Twist the form and set the dread seal with the method of your choice.

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4 thoughts on “DIY: How to Create Synthetic Dreads from Krinklepuff Fiber - No Backcombing”

  • Josephine
    July 2, 2015 at 5:06 pm

    Can you just boil seal these? and what if you are using the Dreadlock Foundation Fiber? same Idea? How would you make dreads from that?

    Reply
    • Britni Sundburg
      July 9, 2015 at 4:34 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.

      Reply
  • Alexis Drakos
    May 4, 2017 at 8:47 am

    How much marley braid would you need for a full set Of DE. Lets say 3 strands per dread i know it can change based off of how thick you make them just need an idea of how much....

    Reply
    • Doc
      May 8, 2017 at 5:36 am

      There are approximately 25-28 pieces per pack. So you would either get 8 or 9 complete dreads per pack. :)

      Reply
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