But I feel very self conscipous because I can practically do nothing with the little amount of hair I have. And it's embarrassing because you can see some scalp, you can simply tell I have thin hair. My hair is shiny and healthy and all, but still... and people say it's such a vain thing to be worried about, but they obviously don't get it because women are expected to have thick, full hair... and it's not acceptable to be bald, like it is for men.
I feel so embarrased, especially when people touch my hair or when my friends mess my hair up and stuff. And I feel so unfemenine because I can't do anything nice with my hair. I hate shampoo ads so much because they glorify having lots and lots of hair and I'm so far from it. I feel ashamed.
I don't know how to accept it. I wish people were more accepting of this. And I wish I could get transplants but I can't. I won't get extensions and such because it can make me lose hair. And sadly I'm not one of those women who once had thick hair and now they don't but they can get it back... I never had and never will have thick hair and, crap, hair is so related to femininity :(
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i don't think its vain to be worried about hair. If you want to cut your hair short.. then do it! Don't listen to guys... they don't know what they are talking about.. they see long hair on you so they can't picture you with short hair. I use to have thin hair.. Ill give you some tips on what I have heard to do. do you straighten your hair alot? or blow dry? that could be a cause of thin hair, you can try different hair styles like braids or buns which can make the hair appear thicker. Maybe try not to use those as much, or get your hair done. You said your hair was long? Maybe your split ends have grown thus tearing your hair apart. When my hair was thin I wore extensions... most of girls do wear extensions so there is no need to feel ashamed. The last thing I could recommend and might be the most useful is if you do straighten your hair, make it wavy or curly to give an illusion of thicker hair.. There are a lot of women out there with thin hair no need to be ashamed!