http://ikickshins.net This site has DIY supplies, tutorials, and ready made stuff.
I bought the ones my daughters are wearing in our photos on Etsy from the seller RedLunarMoon...who is also a community member here. You can also search on Etsy for other sellers who have different styles ( more like real dreads)
Most of the Falls you have to put your hair in a little bun and they are on an elastic loop that you slip over the top and pin if necesary. The dreads that you weave in need about 3" of hair. You could also attatch the Dread- Falls to a headband somehow I would think. We often wear them with a scarf or headband over the top of our "real" hair anyway. http://safiredance.ning.com/forum/topics/falls-and-wigs-hair-costumes
This discussion has some info in it. Mad Maxine made some Raffia ones and she explains in here a bit about how she did it without a lot of hair to attatch to
I make my own "wig forms" and use somewhat different (non-hair-like) materials. I may try to make an actual wig-based hair fall thing, but I'm having more fun working with feathers, chains, and plastic rafia.
nice! I recommend braiding some strands and installing the beads. Same thing for feathers. I used to wear them in my mohawk on little sideburn braids I made out of embroidery floss that I braided into my hair.
yes def just make them! I've made the kind that are with synthetic hair that are like dreads so I could help ya with that if youre interested. I made individual ones that can just be pinned or braided into the hair
ok well I used synthetic hair, you can get it from like hair places that have the synthetic hair for weaves maybe, or online, I'm not sure of an exact place though cause my friend got it from the Bahamas when she went. Ill try to upload a pic or upload one to my profile pics with the final product. You basically do them like you would dread your hair. Use about a 1/2 in section of hair, tie it in the middle around something to hold it in place while you work with it. backcomb it from the top down while twisting a lot, rubbing it, just getting in knotty. It really is that simple. just get them as tight as you can be backcombing and twisting while pulling it. When you're done you take a blow dryer to each one and go up and down it to melt the extra fibers that are fuzzy and smooth down the dread. You will see it melting and this will lock it together, you'll see once you do it. Cut to your desired length too. Ok hope that helps! If you have any questions just let me know. Oh and I acually wore mine for the first time last night and hooped with them. Theres like a little loop at the top and I just used 2 bobby pins to put it in but you could braid it in too somehow.