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DIY: Single Ended (SE) Wrapped Dreads Created On Client

Wrapped SE Dreads:

Learn how to create wrapped se dreadlocks for the most believable installation.

Items Needed:
Jumbo Braid
Tail Comb
Latch Hook Tool
Steamer

Steps:
1. Carve off a section of hair.
2. Using Jumbo Braid, create a simple extension braid with the natural hair.
3. After a few turns, split the natural hair and extension hair in two.
4. Combine one of each together and continue braiding.
5. Once the braid is slightly longer than the natural hair, backcomb a small amount of the fiber so that the braid does not unravel.
6. If you are doing a full head, braid the rest of the hair in this manner before moving onto the next step.
7. Use a latch hook to pull extension fiber through the braid at the base.
8. Put the two legs of the fiber together and add a bit of backcombing.
9. Wrap the fiber around the the braid creating a casing.
10. Once past the braid, backcomb all the fiber together so the transition is as smooth as possible.
11. Backcomb the extension fiber to the tips.
12. Starting at the base, twist and use a steam method to seal each dreadlock.

The Amazing Items Used for this Tutorial


8 thoughts on “DIY: Single Ended (SE) Wrapped Dreads Created On Client”

  • danelle
    July 9, 2015 at 3:31 am

    Is your nozzle on your steamer custom made?

    Reply
    • Britni Sundburg
      July 9, 2015 at 4:28 am

      It's not, but they are on the rare side. We use Jiffy Steamers and this is a Jiffy Wig Steaming Attachment. :)

      Reply
  • jim crawford
    August 17, 2015 at 6:10 am

    could you tell me if you know anyone who knows how to do the dreads that the girl in the video is wearing? in nycity? help

    Reply
    • Britni Sundburg
      August 28, 2015 at 7:56 am

      Ironically, I'm in NYC today, but I'm not taking appointments. I'm not sure who is booking for that service here. If you make it to Florida or Washington state I can get you hooked up!

      Reply
  • Christine
    October 7, 2015 at 4:15 am

    Can you recommend someone in Washington state for install? You?

    Reply
    • Nirvana Drew
      October 8, 2015 at 2:50 am

      I'm not taking clients for this method at this time. I know of a few people who are doing synthetic dread work, but not sure if they will do this method specifically. You could try contacting Kelli at jonquildreadful@gmail.com or Quincy's girls at Strandz Salon in Spokane Valley.

      Reply
  • Ashley Laqrafi
    August 21, 2016 at 11:31 am

    How many big braids would I need to purchase to do an entire head in dreads like this

    Reply
    • Nirvana Drew
      August 22, 2016 at 5:18 am

      Probably around 10.

      Reply
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