14 Dreadlock Braids For Women

Dreadlocks braids were originated in India in the ancient times with the name of jata. These braiding hairstyles were used by the religious saints and Hindu religious aghoris. Later on, these braiding hairstyles were spread out all over the worlds and the African American people adopted it as their own. This hairstyle fits best for the black people because of the resemblance of the hair pattern and textures. This wild hairstyle is generally used by the youngsters and artists to have their professional and stylish look. So in this article, we will guide you to the best designs of dreadlocks braiding hairstyles to make you choose the right one for you according to your face shape and hair patterns.

01.Beaded Dreadlocks Braids

Our first focus is the beads. Beads are a tribal accessory of hairstyle used by the African and African American tribal. These beads are now trendy and symbol of smartness. In the same time beads can be a great source of glittering beauty to the women. In this section, we are trying to show the effects of beads on the different designs of dreadlocks braids.

Dreadlock Braids

Beaded Dreadlocks Braids

  1. Blonde Dreadlocks Braided Updo and Ponytail

Now our topic is blonde color, ponytails, updo, and dreadlocks. The pictures you see here are the example of dreadlocks braiding hairstyles with blonde braids and ponytail. Here, the lovely braids are used to make wonderful ponytails for you. You can try this too as your next hairdo.

  1. Dreadlocks undercut and ponytail

This hairdo is mainly the Mohawk hairstyle. Here the sides of the head are faded or completely shaved away. The rest of the part of the head is covered with lovely dreadlocks braids which can enchant anyone at any place. Do not forget the effect of the ponytails too. The ponytails are made of the braids directed from the braided part of the head.

  1. Shoulder Touch Dreadlocks Braids

Dreadlocks braids can be used as bob haircuts too. These braids are flexible enough to allow you to make a shoulder touch bob inspired hairstyle. The thickly braided bob hairstyle will make anyone bound to fall in love with this hairstyle. The braids just touch the shoulder for which it is named as shoulder touch dreadlocks braids.

Shoulder Touch Dreadlocks Braids

  1. Braided Dreadlocks Bun

Almost 92% of African American black women love the bun hairstyle most as their favorite hairstyle. Most of the time, the buns are made of straight hair and some irregular braids. But dreadlocks can be a great substitute for the bun elements. Look at the picture and try to realize the effect of dreadlocks braided bun. From my point of view, this braided bun is more gorgeous and stunning than any other braiding hairstyles. Moreover, you can use multicolored braids to make beautiful buns.

Braided Dreadlocks Bun

  1. Highlighted Short Dreadlocks Braids

In this stage, we will highlight the highlights of dreadlocks braiding hairstyle.  Most of the cases the braids are highlighted with the blonde and red color. Here we will show you the highlighted braiding hairstyle with dreadlocks braids for example. The highlights may be light or deep but if you use these highlighted braids, you will surely rock the party.

Highlighted Short Dreadlocks Braids (

  1. Lovely Lengthy

Now it’s time to talk about the length of the braids. Many of the African American women love the long hairstyles. And for them, the dreadlocks braiding hairstyle is the best fir. No other braiding hairstyle can give you this beauty and effect rather than the dreadlocks braids. If you wear this one you will have the whole world of beauty to rule.

  1. Super Gray Bun and braids with braids

Well, this one is a little bit different and interesting one. The dreadlocks braids are colored gray here and a beautiful bun have been created with the help of them. Moreover, there is a huge giant braid has been made with the dreadlocks braids beneath the bun as an extension. Splendid, isn’t it?

  1. Natural Colored Dreadlocks Braided Topknot

Now come for simple and hassle-free dreadlocks braiding hairstyle. Here the braids are divided into two major parts. One part is used to make a topknot on the top of the head and the rest of the braids are let hang freely by the backside of the head. The busy women this day, use this hairstyle most for its hassle free and low maintenance nature.

Natural Colored Dradlocks Braided Topknot

  1. Curly Braids

Are you missing the curls in the dreadlocks braiding hairstyles? No worries, we have come with the curly dreadlocks braids only for you. You will get both braids and curls with dreadlocks braids at the same time. SO, to get an angelic look, this hairstyle is highly recommended from our new natural hairstyles’ team.

Curly Braids Curly Braids

  1. Dreadlocks Undercut

Previously we have discussed the undercut hairstyles with the dreadlocks braids. Here is another undercut hairstyle which is not a Mohawk inspired hairstyle but still one of the most popular hairstyles used by the African American people for any party, tour or social gathering.

Dreadlocks Undercut

  1. Braided Side Knots

Knots may be a great choice for you if you love dreadlock braids to be your hair braids. Look at the picture and try to consider the hairstyle the girl has made for herself. It is so simple and perfect. Her head is decorated with two lovely knots with the help of the lovely dreadlocks braids.

  1. Dreadlocks Bun for Wedding

Are you going to be a beautiful bride in the next few days? Then you must try these dreadlocks braided buns for your wedding ceremony. Trust me you will rock with this hairstyle and everyone in the occasion will be astounded with the beauty of you.

  1. Dreadlocks Braided Updo

We have reached the last design of this topic and it is updo. This hairstyle is specially designed for the African American people for the summer season. These updo hairstyles with the dreadlocks braids are considered as the best updo hairstyle used by the African American black women by many of the modern hairstylists.

 

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