Dreads on Film/TV

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Re: Dreads on Film/TV

Post by miasmahair » Tue Oct 04, 2011 11:57 pm

I don't know if any of you guys have been watching the rugby world cup... But here's our boy Ma'a Nonu who's always had dreads but at the moment seems to be sporting some kind of cool dyejob/extensions/wraps, hard to tell what!

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Re: Dreads on Film/TV

Post by Librarynerd » Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:41 am

This short film is a bit scary, in a backwoods white trash way:) But I saw a bunch of yarn falls, synth dreads, and really bad braid jobs.
I give you... "American Juggalo" http://www.americanjuggalo.com/

Aside from the sometimes disturbing content it is very well made little film.

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Re: Dreads on Film/TV

Post by Miss Cydonia » Sat Oct 08, 2011 3:27 pm

This girl from Emmerdale seems to have a few synth dreads wrapped into a bun of her own hair everyday at the mo. Not sure what look the producers were going for with this character...but it looks like they are trying to make it looks like she has natural dreads by twisting the hair on her head. No body ever mentions it though!


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