Its a Hard Struggle

When you’re a hair dresser everyone expects you to be able to cure their problems. I have clients come into my chair who have absolutely horrible hair cuts or hair colors, usually brought on by something they’d done to themselves, who want me to make them look beautiful. I actually love my job, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes it’s stressful. It’s even more stressful when you’re a hair stylist who has horrible hair. My hair is supposed to be a reflection of me, and when I finally realized how thin my hair was getting and how bad it was looking, I knew that it was time to do something about it.

I talked with my doctor about the condition and he said that it could be caused by a number of things, and that there was no way to know exactly what was causing my hair to be as thin as it was. He said that he could prescribe something for me to take but when I looked at the price of the medication (my insurance didn’t cover it, of course), I declined. I was, I reasoned, a hair stylist – I should be able to come up with a connection who could lead me to a product that could help me to grow my hair back.

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