Synthetic Dreadlocks Synth Dreads Hair Extensions
Synthetic dreadlocks aka synth dreads are a type of hair extensions that fasten to hair with a pinchbraid attachment. The attachment pinchbraid is low profile allowing your style to appear naturally grown.
Synth Dreads can appear completely natural
Creation is a form of hair extension artistry. Your synth dreads are custom shaped and blended to mimic your hair’s unique attributes. Fiercelocks can even blend ash and grey or silver tones into your style.
Add color without chemicals with synth dreads
If you already have natural dreadlocks you can add colorful accents and volume with these wearable art forms. The pinchbraid attachment is barely detectable when attached to natural dreads. The dreadlocks below began with a dreadperm 3 years prior and are 28 inches long. The accent colors are a compliment at a 24-inch length.
Synth Dreadlocks & Partially buzzed mohawk and undershave styles
Boost a hair shape by offering structure as well as defined lines and form. Synthetic hair fiber comes in many different tones and shades to level up your color palette. Shape them as short as 8 inches and as long as 48 inches, sometimes longer.
How long should my hair be for synthetic dread extensions?
Three(3) inches is just fine to attach hair extensions like these.
How are synthetic dreadlocks attached?
Fiercelocks uses a pinchbraid attachment method. A pinchbraid is a 3-4 turn braid that seals with nylon bonded string.
How long can I wear them?
Fiercelocks recommends maintenance at 6-8 week intervals.
Can hair extensions cause my natural hair to lock?
YES! With regular maintenance at 6-12 week intervals.
Can I bleach or color?
Synthetic hair fiber doesn’t readily accept tint. Most wearers find they can bleach, tone and tint during wear.
Do they hurt?
Hair extensions of all types can cause discomfort. Synthetic hair becomes lofty and dense when formed into locks. This is a heavy and hot hairstyle. The tension at your scalp may cause tension bumps. These are annoying but not dangerous. The new weight and mass on your head can also change how you lay down to sleep.