Dreadlock Styles Photo Gallery

Dreadlocks may come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but as your hair type and facial profile is also unique, you’ll suit certain styles better than others.
Having done locs for people for over 10 years, I’ve put together a selection of the most popular ways to have new dreads done, so you'll have a little more of an idea when it comes to choosing what direction you can take in your own dreadlock journey.
How to make dreadlocks work for you... pick from 20 different styles to find what suits you best.
bleached dreads dyed dreadlocks

Another way to mix up dreadlock hairstyles is by having bleached or dyed dreadlocks. Have your hair coloured before I loc it or alternatively, you can color dreads after they are made. In this photo my client had bleached hair and decided to colour the lower half of her dreads. You can also have a half and half style, with your normal hair colour and then bleaching the lengths or even just the dread tips to give blonde or ashy highlights. Bleached hair tends to loc easier as dry hair dreads better than silky hair.