Friday, 8 November 2013

Alopecia Chic:


Yesterday I went to see Tracey my hairdresser, not really knowing what to expect.
Because I thought it would all have to go this time I really didn't care what she did with it, which felt very strange because I normally have my hair trimmed about twice a year.
It felt quite liberating and Tracey turned into Edwina Scissor Hands.
How on Earth she's hidden my baldy bits I have no idea, and I will probably lose more but then Tracey and I will have more fun!
Feel a bit Betty Boop (with a scalp that feels like sand paper because there's loads of black stubble...but that could be a good sign, maybe.)
Thanks Tracey x

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  1. That is a cute hairstyle. We could all do with a Tracey in our lives occasionally (because we can't always see our good bits!) X
    And now I am singing (in my head, thank goodness) "Betty Boo, Betty Boo just doing the do" - yes, I know it's wrong, I blame my age

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    1. I used to LOVE Betty Boo!
      Thanks for the compliment!
      X

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  2. you look fabulous! that scarf is amazing...you rock!!!! x

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  3. You are all so lovely.
    We are lucky to have each other aren't we x

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  4. You just look really,really chic, dear

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  5. No one would know ! You look great!

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    1. Thank you so much, we'll just see if me poor old follicles can hold out!
      X

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  6. I am ashamed to say, I saw your hairstyle quite early, and, because of other shit going on in the room (oooh, excuse me I have to make a text even though you are in the middle of a sentence) I didn[t comment. Just want you to know you look fantastic x

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    1. Thank you for everything Auntie Mackles!
      It's good to know I have strong and feisty women looking out for me and I loves you very much x

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  7. You look amazing, your hair and the headscarf are fab but it's your lovely smile really does it! xx

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  8. After reading your post I wasn't sure if you had alopecia or it was the side effect to something else for which you were receiving treatment, but after going back through your blog I now know. That's an awful thing to go through, very upsetting. I hope you can sort your body out and your hair grows back as it does in most cases. Take care. x

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    1. Many thanks, I am very lucky in a way that it's not because of an illness.. But I am looking after myself properly and eating well and exercising, and there is definitely stubble breaking through my poor old scalp! So fingers crossed.

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  9. Beautiful Mrs B. Keep on taking care of yourself ...

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    1. Thank you Jane,
      Am being well looked after and everyone's support means so much x

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