Hart and I (dating) after my 1st surgery, before my hair loss.It was such a scary feeling wondering if all my hair would be gone. The stress, powerful meds, and surgeries all contributed to it and I tried not letting it freak me out when I'd reach up to my head and a handful would come out.
You can see how skinny I was. This wasn't long after my first surgery. I was basically a skeleton with some hair.As I started getting healthy again and stronger, my hair started coming in beautifully again, a bit more wavy, but just as thick and nice as always. I got a whole new head of hair at age 20! The only thing was that I had to cut it super short, so that it wouldn't look so crazy as the new hair was coming in.
But what if I had lost all my hair, due to my sickness? What if I had needed a wig? I certainly would have gone through a lot more struggles with it completely gone.
There are a lot of women and children in need of wigs to help them have a bit more self-esteem during a difficult time, so when my hair dresser, Aubrey's Hair, asked me if I was really ready, I had no feelings of regret.
I wanted to give back what God has so abundantly given me again.
Long, beautiful locks.
So off it went! I screamed a little. Not going to lie.
And here's my NEW do! I'm loving it! It IS much shorter than I'm used to, but I think it's still really fun and stylish!
this cute boutique to celebrate, huh!?
Yeah, yeah! Hope you enjoyed this fun little time as much as I did! Now to cross off another item on the bucket list... oh and go put my hair in the mail! LOL! What a funny thing to postmark!