1. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DOUBLE (DE) DREADS AND SINGLE (SE) DREADS?

Single ended dreadlocks – single 1 SE = 1 dreadlocks. They have a loop at the base.
20 single = 20 dreads (ends)
100 single = 100 dreads (ends)

Double ended dreadlocks – double 1 DE = 2 dreadlocks. They fold in half and braided.
10 double = 20 dreads (ends)
50 double = 100 dreads (ends)

LENGTH you choose when ordering:
SE – length of single dread;
DE – length of each side (when folded in half).

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