Maximum of my lifestyle, I had too much hair. I had the type of hair that snaps the elastic band while you’re trying to tie it up to get it out of the way because there’s a lot of it. I used to look fascinated at folks with ponytails on the scale of 5p portions. The concept of not having lots of hair turned unimaginable to me.
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Ponytail: Feeble. Ponytail: Feeble. Ponytail: Feeble. And then, one day, I noticed that I didn’t have as much hair as I used to. Age, pregnancies, menopause, and coloring had all taken their toll. I found this severely discombobulating. When you’re used to having a kind of thatch, any form of thinning scenario is quite surprising.