This tutorial will show you how to install synthetic double ended dreads.  I will show you the simplest way to install your dreads, while giving good scalp coverage.  Install dreads like a professional with this simple tutorial.. 

Step 1: You Will Need

Double ended dreads aprox 50-60 double ended dreads (giving 100-120 dreads once installed), elastic bands or pony bands, a sectioning comb, and section clips.

You will also need some patience.....

<p>i did it!!! :3 i don't have a pic for it, but then i dyed the tips blue and they are ombre going from dark indigo blue to aquamarine. awesomesauce :3</p>
<p>Wow, you did an amazing job, your dreads look gorgeous. xx</p>
Love the instructions!! Thankyou
That is unbelievable? That small part of her.his dark hair around the lock is just extremely braided tightly? Because I noticed her hair was longer than that...and where was the band place? and last question-sorry-will her's/his watnot---last a long time? Someone spent two days doing this---but I had small lightweight,thin,heavy,large-and braids---a big ADHD mis---haha...Thankyou&lt;3 Kit
Can you post (or can you point me in the direction of) the method used for securing DE dreads into short hair? I only have about an inch and a half to work with at this point. Also... how do you wash this hair? Thanks so much. Your tutorials are superb.
Great instructables!&nbsp;I just read both guides for single and double ended dreads, which left me with a question: what's the difference in the end? How do you choose one over the other?<br />
Hi Seth,&nbsp; usually it comes down to weight. DE dreads can be very heavy so if your new to dreads or just dont like all the excess weight then SE are probably best. You can get excellent coverage with both types.&nbsp; You can also install DE in really short hair (by using&nbsp; a different install method than shown). You need at least 3&quot; of hair for SE. <br /> Thanks for reading and commenting on my instructables. X
Thanks! One more thing: how permanent are they? Can I change them once a month like braids or once on you have to cut your hair like with real dreads?<br /> (My hair is about 13&quot; if that makes any difference)<br /> I hope to see the instructable for the install method you mentioned someday<br />
Hi Seth,<br /> You can leave them in for up to 3 months, You dont need to cut your own hair to remove them. So you can chnage them as often as you like. With 13&quot; hair you could use SE or DE.&nbsp; They take r9oughly 2-3 hours to install. So they are an excellent way to change your hair. I'll post some more instructables in a few days. Thanks

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