My last hair cut. This picture was taken almost exactly a year ago. I had just had several inches cut off of my bio hair. So much of my bio hair had fallen off in the back that my long layered locks started to look really uneven and sparse so this cut evened everything out for me. This was my last hair cut I ever had on my bio hair (minus a bang trim). At this point I had already shed many, many tears over losing so much of my hair and I was really upset and depressed over it. I felt like everything I was doing didn’t help me get the results I needed. Truth is- I am so much happier, satisfied, and confident NOW with NO HAIR on my head than I was then. Since then I have learned to not hold so much of my identity in my hair, not be quite so inwardly focused, wear AWESOME wigs, play with watercolor, and try to help others going through similar problems. I owe everything I have learned to my fellow wig sisters (especially Heather at @cysterwigs who reminded me to get over myself when I was at my lowest), my friends, and God which has given me a peace beyond all understanding. I’m here to tell you that if you are suffering with hair loss, that it will get better and I HOPE I can encourage you in your journey. .
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