Why boholucydreads wool dreads are the perfect choice if you're jazzing up your style with temporary dreadlock extensions?

We use fine or extra fine merino wool for our sets. The wool fiber is very thin and has tiny scales on its surface, so the dreads are super soft, non-itchy at all, and sensitive skin-friendly.
Another essential point is that our dreadlocks are thin, pencil-thick or even thinner, ensuring they are lightweight and comfortable to wear.

How many wool hair extensions do you need?

Although the total number of extensions depends on each person, here are some general guidelines to help you estimate how many extensions you may need:
🌟 10-20 dreadlocks for a partial set
🌟 30-40 dreadlocks for a mohawk, undercut or sidecut
🌟 50-70 dreadlocks for a full head

Which type to choose, single ended or double ended dreads?

The single ended dreadlock ends in a loop at one end, you can braid on your hairline or sensitive parts of your scalp.
Double ended dread is a long dreadlock that is folded in half so that it has two ends, install the rest of your head to add volume.

How do you know how long dreadlocks you need?

Measure how long your hair is from the back of your head.
Our sets are available in four lengths:
🌟 12-15 inches (30-38 cm) - shoulder-armpit length
🌟 17.5-20 inches (45-50 cm) - mid-back length
🌟 20-24.5 inches (50-63 cm) - waist-hip length
🌟 27.5-30 inches (69-76 cm) - tailbone length

How to maintain your wool locks?

Wool is breathable and highly odor and stain-resistant. Thanks to its moisture-wicking and antibacterial properties, you can wear it for weeks without washing your whole set, only your scalp.
Sometimes wear your hair untied to let your dreads and scalp air out. Reduce the use of hair care products and hair dryers. The use of tea tree oil refreshes the scalp, it also has antibacterial and antimicrobial effects. Allow your scalp and hair to breathe!