I've never really liked my natural hair color much, and it's very plain anyways. I also have trichotillomania which is a condition where you pull your hair out for some reason (kind of like a habit but much much worse). The thing is, as much as I would like help for it too; the area where I am makes getting it more difficult that and there are a number of issues with it anyway at the moment - which I'm not gonna get into right now... just know that getting sufficient treatment will be awkward for me at the moment.
Anyways, because of all this, my hair looks really thin and get's greasy easily too... where I have pulled is in view and although it has started to grow back is now sticking up with a vengeance. Anyway, so my theory is that shaving until all of my hair is equal length may actually be beneficial; that and I've never been fussed with hair. I have no problems saying to any inquiring people why my head is shaved... my mum would also be willing to get me good quality wigs and hats, also there wouldn't be any weird clumps of hair turning up in the carpet... overall though I would probably look more attractive with wigs since my hair isn't that great IMHO.
So people does this make sense to you?
And guys, would you be happy being with a person who has a crappy hairstyle like mine or a nice looking one that is a wig?
I'm also a firm believer in not doing anything chemical to my hair for health reasons so dyeing and straightening my hair would be a problem, that and having shorter hair is said to combat my hair pulling problems.
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shaving your hair will not really solve the issues you have. what you really should do is find a way to cope with the 'root' of your problem... maybe look online for advice.. part of your problem might be other underlying psychological issues you need to address. it might help to talk with others who have the condition as well. and if you're into the punk look, a shaved head would be the perfect way to start! and the main thing to keep in mind...it doesn't really matter what anyone else thinks of your hair, or its condition... the people that matter will look beyond such superficial issues.. and see you for the great person that you are!2