Quavo Hairstyle Tutorial

Quavo Hairstyle Tutorial

Want to get dreads like Quavo? we’ll follow our Quavo hairstyle tutorial. Quavo’s Dreads continues to be a popular men’s hairstyle.

it is very simple and low-maintenance, Quavo’s hair usually consists of the dreadlocks hairstyle and a line up at the hairline. Quavo even sometimes incorporates a ponytail in his hair for a more unique look.

However, sometimes the rapper let his hair out longer to get a more relaxed look, Quavo’s new hairstyle of choice is the ponytail look. Combined with facial hair, Quavo’s dreads and classic style is one to emulate.

What is the Name of Quavo Hairstyle?

The name of Quavo hairstyle is the dreadlocks hairstyle or Locs for short

Making Quavo Dreadlocks Hairstyle

Making Quavo Dreadlocks Hairstyle

Back combing

You will need:
Dread Wax
Residue Free Shampoo
Metal Comb
Rubberbands

I recommend the DreadHead Supa Dupa Dread Kit: It has everything you need and they guarantee your hair will dread.

  1. Wash your hair with a residue free shampoo and let it air dry.
  2. Section your hair into sections that are 1 inch by 1 inch. You can use rubberbands to hold the sections while you section the rest of your hair.
  3. Start in the back of your head, remove the rubberbands and start teasing the hair towards your scalp. Only backcomb about a half inch of hair at a time, this will keep your dreads from forming loops.
  4. Once you have finished backcombing the that section of hair, put a rubberband on the tip and one on the root. Add about an M&M’s worth of wax to the dreadlock and palm roll it.
  5. Do this to all the sections of hair.

Twist and Rip

You will need:
Dread Wax
Residue Free Shampoo
Rubberbands

I recommend the DreadHead Wax and Shampoo.

  1. Section your hair into sections that are 1 inch by 1 inch. You can use rubberbands to hold the sections while you section the rest of your hair.
  2. When you’re washing your hair rub your head in a clockwise motion.
  3. Once you get out of the shower and your hair is dry pull your hair apart in the sections where the rubberbands are.
  4. After you have pulled apart the sections add a M&M’s worth of wax to each dread and palm roll.

Twist and Pin

You will need:
Dread Wax
Residue Free Shampoo
Rubberbands

I recommend the DreadHead Wax and Shampoo.

  1. Wash your hair with a residue free shampoo and let it air dry.
  2. Section your hair into sections that are 1 inch by 1 inch. You can use clips to hold the sections while you section the rest of your hair.
  3. After you have sectioned off all of your hair, take one section down at a time and twist it, then put some wax on the twist and keep twisting until it the twist is twisting down into a ball on your head,

Twisting

You will need:
Dread Wax
Residue Free Shampoo
Rubberbands

I recommend the DreadHead Wax and Shampoo.

  1. Wash your hair with a residue free shampoo and let it air dry.
  2. Section your hair into sections that are 1 inch by 1 inch. You can use rubberbands to hold the sections while you section the rest of your hair.
  3. Once you have sectioned off all of your hair, take one section at a time and twist it back and forth between your fingers, then put some wax on the twist and keep twisting it. The more you twist the hair back and forth the faster the dreads will form and lock up.

Brush Rubbing

You will need:
A soft bristle brush
Dread Wax
Residue Free Shampoo
Rubberbands

I recommend the DreadHead Wax and Shampoo.

  1. Wash your hair with a residue free shampoo and let it air dry.
  2. Get a soft bristle brush and rub it in a clockwise circular motion around your head. You will start to notice little dread balls forming.
  3. Add a little wax to each dread ball.

Dread Braiding

You will need:
Dread Wax
Residue Free Shampoo
Rubberbands

I recommend the DreadHead Wax and Shampoo

  1. Wash your hair with a residue free shampoo and let it air dry.
  2. Section your hair into sections that are 1 inch by 1 inch. You can use rubberbands to hold the sections while you section the rest of your hair.
  3. Once you have finished sectioning all the hair take one section down at a time and braid it. Once you have finished the braid add a rubberband to the tip and root. Then add a little wax and palm roll the braids. Do this to each section.

Freeform Dreadlocks

You will need:
You do not need any products for this method. But if you use products your hair will dread faster. Dread Wax (optional) Residue Free Shampoo(optional)

If you use products I recommend the DreadHead Wax and Shampoo.

This is the real do it yourself no maintenance method. All you do is nothing. Maybe wash and wax your hair, just let your hair do what it’s going to do and one day you should have dreads.

Dread Perm

You will need:
Dread Wax
Residue Free Shampoo

I recommend the DreadHead Wax and Shampoo for maintaining Dread Perms.

You have to go into a salon to make dreadlocks with this method. They will put a chemical on your hair that will pretty much ruin your hair so it will be in a state that will dread really easily.

Loomed Dreads

You will need:
Dread Wax
Synthetic Hair

I recommend the DreadHead Wax.

You have to go to a salon or hair store to get synthetic hair, you or your stylist can dread the hair using the backcombing method. Then just clip the synthetic dreads on your hair.

Maintaining Quavo Dreadlocks Hairstyle

Dreadlocks do not require as much work as normal hair but there are a few things you should do to keep your dreads looking, and smelling nice.

Dreadlocks should be washed every 2 to 3 days. If you do not want to wash them this often that’s fine, just make sure you wash them at least once a week.

Dreadlocks should be washed in a shampoo that leaves nothing behind in the hair and removes all residue that is in the hair. The best shampoo I’ve found is the residue free shampoo on the DreadHead site.

You should get on a wash wax routine the best I’ve seen is from Jonny Clean on the DreadHead HQ site.

“In the first three weeks your dreadlocks be will very delicate and you’ll want to wash them about every 6-7 days. After they have had a chance to establish themselves a bit you can begin washing them every 2-3 days.

After you wash them, squeeze the extra water out, then put them in a dry towel (one that doesn’t shed) for about 10 minutes. Then let them air dry or dry them with a hair dryer.

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They also have these nifty hair dryers that have a plastic bag which fills with hot air and dries your dreads faster and they also have bags that can attached to a normal hair dryer. These will leave your dreads tight and fluffy. I found one at Sally’s Beauty Supply.

Only wax your dreads when they’re dry. Dry and warm them with a blow dryer while you wax them if possible. This will help the wax settle into the dreads where it does the most good.

More wax does not make them dread faster. Only use enough wax to hold loose hairs down. During the first 3 weeks you’ll want to keep some wax on the dreads all the time.

A little goes a long way, add small amounts at a time and work it in completely before moving on the next dread.

Only reapply wax after it has been washed away, you won’t need to re-wax every day. After your dreadlocks mature a bit and feel tighter they will need less and less or no wax.

When your dreads start to feel dry work some wax in to moisturize them and prevent breakage or use a dread moisturizing product to keep your dreads from getting brittle.

One routine that works really well is to alternate your maintenance weekly.

Week A you wash, use the Locking Accelerator, then palm roll and clockwise rub for a few hours before adding wax.

Week B you wash, use the Locking Accelerator, then palm roll and clockwise rub as often as possible, but don’t add wax. During the B week your dreads will be a bit frizzy, but frizzy is good for starting new knots.

During week B the new knots form, and during week A they work on turning from knots to dreads.”

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Watch this video on how to do Quavo dreadlocks hairstyle

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