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Dreadlock Hairstyles for the Brave and Bold Men Who love to Flaunt Their Locks

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The most savage and bold looking hairstyle is the dreadlocks hairstyle. This hairstyle originated during the ancient time and was part of the culture of some native tribes in the Western world. The dreadlocks, also called as hair locks has stuck around the corner over the years and has come to the fashion world with a bang with the rise of the hip-hop culture. Many hip-hop artists, rappers, musicians are seen sporting this look.

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Men do not often opt for this style as it is kind of on the funkier side and does not go well in the corporate or professional world. The hair has to be dried and twisted up and tied up in locks to look complete. This requires a lot of patience and hard work, but if you master it, heads are gonna turn when you walk by.

The best part about having the dreadlocks is that you do not need to say goodbye to your old hairdos once you get this style! You can make the best of both worlds by trying different combination and experimenting with a ton of textures and varieties of look to create unique hair looks. By doing this you have an edgy yet elegant haircut.

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It says so much your personality more than words can. It is not everybody’s cup of tea to have a haircut like this. Only the bold and the brave can dare to get a hairstyle like this. The dreadlocks always have managed to intrigue others due to the way it is and its descriptive style. Haircuts like fade, undercut, etc. or others go well with the dreadlock look. Combining these looks with a dreadlock gives you the killer look that you always wanted.

Whether you have worn dreads for years or are anxious to begin your locking journey, what you are about to read is sure to provide some styling inspiration for your dreadlocks.

Dreadlock Mohawk:

The most common style in the dreadlock category is the Mohawk Dreadlock. This is marginally more daring variant than the high top fade dreads. A dreaded Mohawk look is or Mohawk fade is achieved when the sides are shaved or trimmed to have a Mohawk silhouette. The lengths can be experimented with and by varying the lengths of the hair on top; you can break the mainstream and try something of your own.

Depending on your face shape and your appearance you can completely alter the way your hair look by not keeping it short but rather keeping it relatively longer. This unique style can be one of the stylish and easy maintenance hairstyle

Dreadlock Ponytails:

Now if you are looking for the most popular hairstyles in the recent years, you are sure to find the dreadlock ponytail! Tying a ponytail doesn’t necessarily mean grabbing a rubber band or elastic hair tie. It does not even mean that you have to tie your hair in one unified style; you can find various types or ways in which you can tie back your ponytail.

Another interesting approach towards the dreaded ponytail is that you can tie the ponytail with the dread itself, making it even more savage.

Half Ponytail Dreadlock:

Some men, specially the older men tend to get a little creative when they are styling their dreads. But many go for a more professional look and are in search for a dreaded look that goes well with the conservative nature of their professional world. Now the wait is over, the half ponytail dreadlock is the perfect and the understated way to style up your locks.

Half ponytail dreadlocks are tied behind the back rather than letting them loose. This looks classy and is sure to impress your boss at work. This haircut is also suitable for hot summer days

Undercut Fade Dreadlock:

The taper haircut along with the dreads makes the look so much easier to groom and maintain. This is because the undercut or the faded undercut requires less attention than the dreads. The uppercut fade dreadlocks is the most trendy hairstyle in the dreadlock kingdom and is chosen by majority of the men with this look.

Many sports personalities and the rappers are seen to adorn this amazing hairstyle. With the undercut you can see shorter dreads and the main reason is that it gives a clean, stylish finish that is less invasive than certain longer iterations.

Half Up Man Bun Dreadlock:

This funky man bun looks cooler when it is worm with dreads of shoulder lengths and loose fringe. This style gives you the samurai look. As the name says, some hair is let loose while the remaining is tied. Mainly sported by men in their 20’s and 30’s who have relatively longer braids.

This look gives a casual feel and have will have you looking like a Rockstar. This style looks great with a beard, whether stubble or long beard (because anything is better with a beard)

Man Bun Dreadlock:

The normal man bun looks so amazing, now you can imagine how much better will the dreadlock man bun look. Coming back into the fashion world in recent time with the rise of the man bun look, people started opting for the dreadlock man bun. This again is seen on a number of hip-hop artists and is followed by many men in the recent years and is here to stay for the coming years too.

You can try this style and can be sure to take your hairstyle game to the next level of sexiness.

Long Dreadlocks:

The last of the most liked dreadlocks is the long dreadlock look. This obviously needs patience and hard work while you wait for your hair to grow to a certain length, getting the dreads done, etc. But as the saying goes ‘Good things come to those who wait’, so we urge you to wait and the result will be the hottest hairstyle of the recent time.

After you get the dreads, you can opt to give it an undercut or fade combination or a ponytail.

After you get the dreads, you can opt to give it an undercut or fade combination or a ponytail.