Welcome to DreadlockTruth!

Get the lowdown on dreadlocks!


DreadlockTruth is an online community of people from all across the globe that have come together to share their information, experience, and knowledge regarding dreadlocks with others. This website is built on our members' collective input, and is here for you so join our friendly, easy-going online community to get your questions answered, browse thousands of photos, post your own, and meet new friends!


We'll tell you how to start, maintain, dye, decorate and live with dreadlocks. We have tons of tutorials, advice, information, and experiences to share with you, free of cost and completely unbiased.


We aim to educate others about dreadlocks and dispel the myths that surround them – that's everything you need to know, without the corporate marketing. That's right, we're one of the very few dreadlock related websites that do not sell or promote any unnecessary products on our pages.


Most websites urge you that you must use their products if you wish to obtain dreadlocks or grow them faster - this is not true! If you are looking to start dreadlocks, we are here to aid you in avoiding needless expenses and harmful methods such as dread wax, which can be detrimental to the locking process.


In short, if you're researching dreadlocks: We're here to help!



What to do after signing up?

First, say hello to the community in our Introductions Thread or take a look at the Timelines Section for inspiration and examples of dreadlocks at every stage of development, where you can also share your own journey with us.

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TheAntsQueen: Patience and biotin; Maybe vitamin E- the lemon salt concoction is helping them lock much faster, my hair was(is) like silk. Jan 12, 2017 8:18:02 GMT
lipstic: Just popping in to say hello! Hope everyone is well and wishing everyone a happy holiday season whatever you may be celebrating! Dec 22, 2016 3:14:34 GMT
sketchymagpie: Dreads typically go through a stage of shrinkage before they start to grow. This is because the hair is compressing together. Typically, it might take around about a year before you start to notice actual growth. Dec 21, 2016 10:01:13 GMT
Hey people! : My locks are 3month old they don't grow in the mirror i see them as usual from the first time, so I need your help on how will I make them grow faster Dec 20, 2016 16:51:52 GMT
mreliel: to many firmaments with that for me Nov 30, 2016 3:14:27 GMT
Flurina: Hey everyone I a new to the whole dread life got mine 3 weeks ago and I can tell you I am the happiest person on this planet. :-* You guys have any tips for me Nov 26, 2016 18:42:21 GMT
sketchymagpie: Probably not XD Nov 21, 2016 10:44:37 GMT
eric: any flat earthers here? Nov 21, 2016 1:12:48 GMT
haircare: me too! well, with my knitting needles. Hope to finally finish "tree disguise". :) Nov 11, 2016 5:24:35 GMT
nafets: is blowing the dust off his crochet hooks to make a new tam :) Nov 8, 2016 12:46:43 GMT
koodles: What is up, fellow lockies? Currently sat in bed marrying two of my thinner dreads into my first congo! Oct 24, 2016 11:40:27 GMT
4littlebirds: Welcome back Kells! Or maybe you have been back for a while, but I haven't been. Haha Oct 21, 2016 15:06:09 GMT
kells: :#3 Oct 20, 2016 16:32:21 GMT
kells: Hey :# Oct 20, 2016 16:32:16 GMT
4littlebirds: Hi guys! Oct 19, 2016 16:24:41 GMT
eva: Hey, i would like to sell my dreads. In wich folder can i tap my message about it and give more informations? Or maybe you know a site only for this job. I would apriciate your help. Oct 16, 2016 14:03:44 GMT
katiefishface: starting over with yah sister ;) I just love your curly ends too! loops and bumps are so fun :D Oct 10, 2016 22:35:49 GMT
dreadredkroovy: I'm currently combining some teensy weensy dreadies into larger ones! Oct 10, 2016 14:52:19 GMT *
MacabreMagpie: It's also possible to combine dreads later on if you don't like the thickness. Come post photos on the forum if you want more in-depth advice :) Oct 5, 2016 11:02:13 GMT
MacabreMagpie: Katie (who I'm sure doesn't have a fish face ;p), the dreads will grow no thicker than the size of the section and usually smaller. How many dreads/sections do you have? I think most people have around 30-40, but there are those with nearer 100 too. Oct 5, 2016 11:01:52 GMT
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