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alildifferent asked:

30 Jan 2010

new look for my hair. anyone know how i can do it??

okay, for all those who have seen gone in 60 seconds. angeliana jolie plays sara 'sway' wayland. she has dread looking things, how do i do that to my hair??




nana_0601 says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

It looks like loose dreadlocks, plaited into sections when i first saw it, this style is difficult to attain with super soft hair, in the movie Jolie's hair is slightly processed giving it the scruffy roughed even then, yours may come out different and a bit more "polished" But this is how...

Draw all hair backwards from the front/top hairline in a sort of "V" shape (so that the section gets narrower toward the crown). The rest of it can be left to hang straight down.

Loosely backcomb your hair all over.

Once you have a loose shape, take 1 inch wide sections of the hair that is directed back and backcomb it a bit more to create a separate section. Then twist it (using a putty or hairwax) from the scalp, down the hair strand. You can rub the bottom lengths back and forth a bit between your palms to create a dread-like effect.

Then give it a good shot of hairspray.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 31 Jan 2010

well i'm sure you know how to get it platinum blonde - lots of bleach and a platinum or white toner. but for the little twistie dread things ... i did this once. you use a texturising paste in your hair, like this one:^PRD_STYLING^FRUCTIS_STYLE^STYLE_DISCOVER^STYLE_FIBER_GUM_PUTTY


the first one makes your hair a little more stiff when it's dry while the second one has more movement. apply it to slightly damp hair and twist individual pieces, adding more paste as needed. to that all over your head and maybe use a hairspray once you're done. good luck!

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