This is my „Hair Journey” from childhood until now! It’s not ended yet but I hope it’s gonna be a little bit easier in the future. Today I know more methods to help dry and damaged hair.
As a child, I had fair and thin hair. I often had a „pixie haircut”, because my mom believed that cutting hair often makes it strong.
Primary school was a time when comfort was a priority. Girls don’t care about their hair at all (or silly things like wearing something more stylish than boys’ jumper;) ).
When I was a teenager I didn’t like my straight hair. I started to use hot curlers and… hair crimper! Believe me, quality of that appliance was very poor. I had also wanted some highlights so I bought a cheap bleach and asked a friend for help. It wasn’t the best decision;) Later I decided to try…homemade perm. I liked it in the beginning, but later I realised that my hair was ruined!
Before I started my studies I had dyed my hair red. It looked OK, but I didn’t really feel myself:)
Later I decided to come back to blond, and it was very difficult. First I had to remove the red colour and dye it again. I think that was the moment when I used a bleach for the last time. Of course, hair was more damaged after all these crazy treatments.
I gave my hair a chance to grow and I have been trying to follow those haircare tips: CLICK
At the moment it’s shorter because I wanted to get rid of my bleached ends, but I keep growing!
I will describe my routine more precisely soon.
That would be amazing to read your hair stories and maybe publish them on my blog if you feel comfortable with it. Don’t hesitate to send it to me. (firstname.lastname@example.org), I’m looking forward to seeing your changes:)