Dying dreadlocks, depending on the length and thickness of the dreads, may require more than one jar of Manic Panic Hair Colour.
- Always wear gloves.
- Separate each dread into sections.
- Heavily saturate each dread with Manic Panic Hair Colour using a colour brush.
- Wrap up each dread with foil to prevent colour bleed.
- Leave on the foil for at least an hour.
- Rinse out each dread separately with cool water until it runs clear. Do not use shampoo.
- Blot out each dread carefully with an old towel.
- Ensure all dreads are completely dry before going to bed or wearing a hat to avoid colour staining.