Mens Dreads

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.
Dreads for men are one of the most versatile hairstyles. They can be worn short and vertical or long and loose, while medium length dreads and long locs can be pulled up into a man bun, dreadlock ponytail or half up half down style. Dread extensions for guys is a popular way to work with their traditionally shorter hairstyles, adding length which affords many more ways of wearing dreads.
How to make dreadlocks work for you... pick from 20 different male dreadlocks styles to find what suits you best.
Thin dreadlocks, dreadlock maintenance

Thin Dreads or Thick Dreads? Once you’ve decided to get dreadlocks this is one of the major questions to ask yourself. Thin dreadlocks give more volume if your hair is thin, which is why my Jamaican client went with this thickness, suiting most African hair types best. It’s worth knowing they take longer for dreadlock maintenance and join together more frequently. As thicker dreads can be sculpted into different styles more easily and are less prone to breakage, I often recommend a medium thickness for the best of both worlds.