Take a section of dreadlocks from both sides of your head, then braid them toward the back.
Pull half of the dreads from the front and secure them into a high ponytail. Twist the ponytail into a bun and secure.
For those with medium-length dreads, consider shaping them into a bob hairstyle.
Divide your dreads into two sections. Start braiding by taking a dread from the outer part of one section and crossing it over to the inner part of the other section.
This edgy style combines the sleekness of an undercut with the volume and texture of a dreadlock ponytail.
Divide your dreads in half. Twist each section into a bun and secure it on either side of the head.
Let your dreads fall to one side of your face. This asymmetrical style gives a romantic vibe, especially if some dreads are lightly curled.
Begin by gathering the dreads at the nape of the neck and then loosely twist and pin them up in layers, leaving some free-falling dreads for a softer touch.