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BEAUTY: Hair Therapy and Growth

Hey all!  So I cut my hair to deal with my "fun" bad habit of pulling out my hair.  My stylist in San Diego is amazing and she knows what to do with me.  I was good for a little bit but now I been bad at pulling again.  So now it's time to get serious because I actually want to grow out my hair and to grow back the hair I've pulled.

So far this is my regimen and I will keep you All posted on results.

For last 5 months I have been taking these supplements to help


3 times a day, with meals

Try for twice a day with breakfast and dinner

I also just started using Mane 'n Tail to help with growth and strength
I like my results so far.
You can purchase anywhere they sell shampoo.

I use these hair fibers to fill in my part or top of my crown on spots where I have pulled out too much hair.
Yes it is embarrassing, but I need to come to terms with my bad habit and I'm trying to make it better.
You can get these hair fibers at Walgreens, Rite Aid or where they sell other Vivscal Products.  


I will keep you posted on my results!
So far I've already had two haircuts so I know my hair is growing more quickly.  Since the pulling started in February last year, most of those original hairs from my center part, side part and crown have grown back pretty well, except for the gray hairs I keep finding and some I've pulled out.   
For me this has to do with texture and not much else.  
I don't want to pull out my hair but I just tend to do it when I'm reading or doing other things.
I love tweezing my eyebrows so I know I've had a compulsion for pulling unwanted hairs.
I'm trying to get to the bottom of it and to have my full head of hair back soon!

Until then its hiding it, creative styling and vitamins! :D

Wish me luck!

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