Fix Loose Hair at the Roots of Dreadlocks
Depending on your hair type you'll likely spend some time helping new growth find it's way into the roots of your dreadlocks. Generally, just keeping your dreads locking near the scalp will prevent a lot of loose hair, but you'll always have some on the section lines that needs attention. This how to video explains how a loose hair tool can make quick work of loose hair.
The Loose Hair Tool can glide down the center of a dreadlock and pull the loose hair back with it. The rest of the dread isn't snagged due to the design of the tool. The result is that the loose hair is able to be pulled far enough into the dreadlocks that it can stay and lock inside the dread. This ensures that your dread won't loose thickness as it will retain the same amount of hair.