Yep, this is my hair, a bird’s nest.

Happy Sunday!  I don’t know what it is about getting older that really jacks with your hair.  I have naturally curly fine hair that is really very bird nest looking.  I know being in menopause contributes to my dilemma, but come on!

It’s bad enough that my skin has taken on that crepey look of an old lady, but my hair! It’s a constant struggle.  I take hair vitamins, I use every hair product imaginable to tame my wild ass hair, nothing seems to work. I’ve been to countless hair stylists over the years, seems as if they never know what to do. I’m sure their are many other women who have the same problem.  I have a bathroom closet full of hair products that don’t do what they promise. (big surprise there).

I’m just glad I don’t smoke, as I have a true fire hazard on my head!

Thanks for stopping by.

Birds Nest hair 8-6-17

Birds nest 8-6-17

 

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19 thoughts on “Yep, this is my hair, a bird’s nest.

  1. I have almost the opposite hair. It’s really fine and straight and limp, and won’t take a curl. Volume isn’t happening for me. I can take a curling iron to it, and that will last until the first bit of humidity hits it, and then I’m right back to straight. But menopause has changed the texture of my hair at the temples – still limp, but now tangles up way more easily. I’ve had to add a hot oil treatment before I wash it, and argan oil on it afterward, just to be able to comb through it. Otherwise I’d have a mini-birds-nest on each side of my head.

  2. Yes, I have to agree with ‘inspirationpie’; you look great.
    A friend of my daughters has very similar hair to yours. She uses face moisturisers, which she basically massages into her scalp and hair. Seems to work wonders! 🙂

  3. I was fighting with my thick and full hair since decades – and most of the time I had rather long hair. Suddenly, a while ago, I became so tired and angry about fighting with my mane that I had cut it rather short. I’m very happy now! No more fighting, no more troubles, I can comb my hair with a wet flannel. Life is wonderful easy now! 😉

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