Red car­pet queens

Direc­tor/pro­ducer Ava DuVer­nay is a ded­i­cated dread­lock stylista and knows how to own the look.

True Love Hair - - CONTENTS - By TSAKANE NDLOVU

Dread­locks are ver­sa­tile, and no one knows that bet­ter than the ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer of TV drama Queen Su­gar, Ava DuVer­nay. She al­ter­nates an el­e­gant pony with an edgy pom­padour or a chilled push­back bun with ease. Long dreads are eas­ier to style, but you can also rock glam looks with shorter ones. If you have dreads, al­ways keep your scalp clean and mois­turised to avoid dan­druff and dull locks. Many dread­lock wear­ers plait their dreads or wear them con­tin­u­ously in a bun. The weight can be one of the causes of a re­ced­ing hair­line. Al­ter­nate your style at least once ev­ery sec­ond week to pre­vent the hair be­ing stretched in the same di­rec­tion for pro­longed pe­ri­ods. Ap­ply a sheen spray three times a week for max­i­mum shine.

Sta-Sof-Fro Mois­tur­is­ing Spray R13

Stylin’ Dredz

Lock Shine Serum R35

Jabu Stone Twist-Out Clay R45

Stylin’ Dredz Spray Sham­poo R53

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