We women have it rough. We are constantly battling with our hair; dying it, waxing it, straightening it - you know the drill. It grows in places we don't want it and doesn't grow in other areas where we need it (hello eyebrows). It's never the right color and always too straight or too curly or too frizzy.
In the span of two weeks I will have done the following... Try to keep up if you can!
1. Removed and am currently attempting to add hair to my brows. Yes, that's right. In one appointment, I got my brows waxed and plucked and then I spent a pretty penny on a growth serum that is supposed grow in the spots where I overplucked. (Honestly, I have not over plucked...I plucked ONCE in college and nothing ever grew back). The serum I am using, LiBrow, is supposed to be amazing with a full money back guarantee. It's only been a week so not sure I see anything yet but I have two more weeks to go.
Sorry...I didn't do anything to hide my under eye circles. Hope they don't scare you!
The process was super easy. I even took a little nap! It's only been a day but I love them so far. I wasn't allowed to wear eye make up so I didn't do anything to my eyes. Sorry if I have traumatized you in the pictures above. I was hoping you could just look at the lash part. Oh and don't laugh at my brows...remember I am in the middle of brow bootcamp right now! I know they need help!
4. Added hair to my head. I caved...I lasted only 4 months sans hair extensions. I wanted to save some money and give my hair a break. I did and now it's time to go back to long, thick hair. Yes, I will have to add more time to each blow dry and use up more conditioner but it's totally worth it. If you are ever in San Diego or even if you are in So Cal...you must go see Autumn Houston at Autumn Houston The Salon for your hair needs. She is the best at color, extensions and does amazing blow outs. And she is adorable. You will love her. I promise.
Here are my pics from last time...I go in next Wed and cannot wait!
Ok so to recap, I plucked, waxed, serumed, sugared, and extended x2 - all in two weeks. And I get to do all again in a few weeks because none of this is permament. Lucky me!
What hair processes do you put yourself through? Would you do any of the above or do you like staying au natural?