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Learn how to section your hair for dreads! Sectioning is an important part of the process, because bad sectioning can lead to hair pulling from the wrong spots! This can lead to pain, irritation, itchiness, and “congos” which are dreads that grow together.
Tips on sectioning: (These sections would make for thick dreadlocks)
1. Make squares or rectangles 1″x1.5″ big. (Smaller if you have thicker hair or want thinner locks, bigger for thicker locks!)
ALSO, look into triangle sectioning, or honeycomb/pineapple sectioning! I love these methods, too!
2. Stagger them like bricks to hide the section lines.
3. Make sure your rows are symmetrical and even on both sides.
4. Plan around your natural part
5. Use non-stick rubber bands
Note: If you make them as big as these, you will have thick dreads! My sections are about half the size of these. I have 62 🙂
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