DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NATURAL DREADLOCKS AND ARTIFICIAL DREADLOCKS

It was the believe of many people that someone with dreadlocks is a ruffian. But today, people don’t see anything bad in it.

Both men and women are on dreads for two reasons, either for fashion or because they are are cheap to maintain. 

Deadlock is a style of hair that is left to grow into long intertwined strings.  The beauty of this hairstyle is that it can be done artificially.

Some Celebrities have embraced dreadlocks as their symbol of entity, though some are for fashion while some are for fun.

If you leave your hair for some days without combing, it will naturally turn to dreads as the hair gradually locks itself..  Some even go as far as twisting their hair with their hands playfully and with time, dreadlocks appear. 

Artificial dreadlocks are usually attached to the hair. 

whether for spiritual reasons or personal motivation, dreadlocks have been accepted into the fashion system. The beauty of it is that it’s easy to maintain. For the ladies, if you want to change your looks while still wearing your dreads, you can fix a weave on it or even go ahead and braid.

Here are some difference between Natural dreadlocks and Artificial dreadlocks. 

1. Natural dreads, last longer than Artificial dreads because Natural dreadlocks are formed with natural hair while Artificial dreadlocks has some synthetic attached to it. 

2. You can enter the pool with your Natural dreadlocks or even have birth with it. 

3. Artificial dreadlocks comes in different colours and while  Natural dreadlocks are forever with the natural colour you have on. 

4. For the ladies, if you want to change your looks while still wearing your dreads, you can fix a weave on it or even go ahead and braid.

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One comment

  1. Tolu Benny Aribigbola · March 14, 2016

    Reblogged this on culturelafrique.

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