Take 2 dreads, one from each size and tie them together at the back. Depending on the length of your dreads you may want to tie them with a second knot as shown above.
2. Half up
This is a favourite of mine. Super quick and easy. Take a handful of dreads from each size and using an elastic pull the hair through but not all the way as you tie your hair back.
3. Dread bun
I find this one easy with long dreads. One of my favourites, and with only 1 elastic. You can find the elastic I use here.
Go to put your hair in a pony tail, but don't pull the hair all the way through, so it's doubled up with the ends hanging out. Then wrap the ends around the elastic and tuck them in wherever they reach around. You can check out our full tutorial on the blog here.
4. Half up Dread Knot
Taking 2 handfuls of dreads from each size pull back and tie a knot.
You can tuck in any ends of your dreadlocks that stick out.
5. Half up Dread Plait
Using only the top half of your dreads divide into 3 even sections and plait.
Here I'm using the Spiralock bendable wire dread tie to hold in place. You can find more Spiralocks here.
6. Dread plait
Divide the hair into 3 even sections and plait!
You can wrap a single dread around the elastic at the end for a finished look.
7. No Elastic Dreadlock Plait Ponytail
Taking 3 dreadlocks from underneath on each side make 2 plaits. Holding each plait wrap around from outside crossing over the rest of your dreads and tuck them in underneath.
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