Are you a hair club president or client?
Do you find it difficult to keep up with hair products because your dome is slowly being flushed away in the shower?
Is it often that you find yourself performing the shake-fist-at-sky maneuver because you were bestowed with genetics of the balding persuasion.
Diet is important. Folic acid deficiency causes the most damage. Also, just as of yesterday I found out through a case study that hair actually grows back – but so thin that the human eye cannot see it because the roots become smaller with each shed.
My grandfather, who also happens to be my BFF, has had a shiny crown for as far back as I could remember. A couple of years ago he developed a gorgeous crater, in place of a bindi, filled with a pesky blackhead. Denying my mother the right to squeeze, he asked me for an easy remedy to remove the bugger. My advice was to rub Apple Cider Vinegar until there was nothing left. And he did.
Months went by and G-unit’s crater seemed more and more empty, but his smiles became wider and I just couldn’t put my finger on it. So, I decided to confront. To my surprise the side effects were hair growth! Grandpa said he started from his forehead and went all around the top of his head [just in case] and hair started magically appearing! Now, after decades of barrenness – his noodle garden is flourishing!
- daily dose of lettuce+spinach juice, 8oz.
- coconut milk all over the scalp
- castor oil application
- paste of lemon and black pepper
- almond oil compress 2-3 times daily
- pure aloe vera gel instead of conditioner
- dry scalp
- hairspray/mousse/gel – alcohol dries scalp
- too much hair brushing
- shampooing hair more than 3 times a week
- shorter hair hides the issue better
- lighter coloured hair creates an illusion of thickness
- hair products can enhance your problem
Lastly, do not be afraid of the razor – I met Billy Zane a few weeks back and he was rockin’ that ‘do!
And there you have it, my minimal thread count lovelies. Happy farming!