7 Dreadlocks Styles to Wear in 2022

One thing we love about dreadlocks styles is their flexibility. Locs can be molded and formed into just about any hairstyle you want. These intricate ropes of hair can be braided, twisted, twirled into a top knot, or even cut asymmetrically. Whether you’re attending a banquet or a wedding or just going on a night on the town, you can whip up your locks into a head-turning style with a bun.

1.    Simple Dreadlock High Bun:

A high, bun beautifully coiled is neat and perfect for a formal occasion. You can add a dreadlock hair accessory in this style and give it a regal finish or leave it as is. This dreadlock style is occasion-appropriate, simple, and easy for a wedding or a banquet. You can use any firm-control gel to tidy up our edges.

2. Angled Dreadlock Bob

Give your dreads some edge for your next formal event. Trim those locks into an asymmetrical bob haircut. This cut complements the features of your face and gives your dreads a nice shape. We love this look, especially for medium-sized locks, as it gives the cut a more uniform and neat finish.

3. High Ponytail

Go for a quick yet chic look with a high ponytail dreadlock style. Once you’ve got your hair up bring some of your dreads to the front to play with texture and volume. While your hair is up, treat the ends to some moisture and hydration by applying some nourishing detox invisible hair oil. This loc style reveals your full full-radiating face.


4. Fishtail Dreadlocks Half-Up ‘Do

Amazing and lovely, isn’t it? Take the fun fishtail braid to new heights with this fancy dreadlock hairstyle. A single plait braided from the front hairline to the nape is a great styling option for keeping your dreads out of your face. Not only is this look classy; but it’s also extremely attractive. Whether you’re in a group or the center of attraction, try out this simple and stylish ’do.

5. Dreadlocks with Accessories

Sometimes a basic bun can be too plain. This is totally fine; we love classic Locs with a bun. If your event calls for a little more glamour, give your dreadlocks a fancy twist by accessorizing with hair flowers or colored hooks or packs. Tuck pretty flowers around the base of your bun. You can try out different colors to match your ensemble or keep it simple by sticking to one color story.

6. Curly Dreadlock Styles

Don’t underestimate curls when it comes to dreadlocks. From tight ringlets to loose curls, curly dreadlock hairstyles have a dramatic flair. Whether you’re attending a wedding or a jazz concert, this eye-catching look is extremely versatile. This style can be worn up in a high ponytail with curly dreads cascading along your face or worn down and free-flowing.

7. Side-Shave Updo

Looking to really take a dreadlock style to the next level? Go for a side shave. A cut like this is sure to demand attention and is so easy to care for.

Are you thinking about trying one of these dreadlock styles? Reach us anywhere you are and we will connect you with a good salon.

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