Holy moly it’s been 5 years! I’m getting compliments every day about how long they’re getting and how much people love the colors I’ve put in. This round I’ve decided on a galaxy color scheme. It fits well with my black hair and has been really fun.
I started working on a how-to synthetic dreadlock video, but after filming all of it I haven’t found the time to start editing. It’s going to take a monumental amount of time to match the audio with the video and edit in a fun entertaining way. Like I don’t have enough going on in my life. Right now I’m sending $450 to my attorney to make sure I get The Kitchen Witch trademark before it expires… in addition to the $350 I already sent him and the $200whatever I spent on the application.
I still don’t do any maintenance. This is a get out of bed and go hairstyle. 🙂
Congratulations on your journey!! 5 years is quite an accomplishment. I am also on the dreaded journey. Mine are about a year and a half. Seeing your timelines have truly inspired me to continue and not to give up. Thank you for sharing your journey and the inspiration!!!! I look forward to following your adventure.
I realy enjoyed reading about sarah’s dreadlock journey over 5years!!they are amazing and changed so much… My dreads are just over 14months old …and realy enjoy reading other peoples dreads journeys to give me more knowledge and it inspires me to keep going… because itll be well worth it…i have thin hair too and realy want them to thicken up and be big chunky healthy dreads! So i completly understand where sarah is coming from. Please keep me posted with dread journeys😊😉 and sarah email me with tips u may have. But i will say this dont go to bed with wet dreads!!! Its supose to cause mold and be a big nono!😉 thank you for your amazing story xx
Thanks for the blog lady! I have the same hair type as you and seeing how yours developed spurred me on to get mines – I am now a year in and wishing I’d done it a long time ago 😀 Good juju to you! xxx