have a bad thing with dye. i dye it alot and well over last year ive over done it and bleached it multipul times. my hair has always been short and it gotv long finally to the middle of my back. a month or two ago i decided i want to bleach it blond and i hair dark brown black hair. i did it and it destroyed my hair bad.i trimmed my hair and cut it to my shoulders after i colored it back to brown. except somehow my hair is extremly bad and the right side of it is short to my ears and the rest it to my shoulders, the top of my head is short and it looks likr a mullet. its extremly dry and nappy. i cant put it up, bobbypin or put it in a ponytail. ive done tons of deep conditioning treatmeants, tried treatments for thinning and chemically damaged hair , i dont use my starightner or blowdyer anymore . nothing. i keep buying hair products thinking it would help. i take hair and nail vitamins, pretView Thread
prenatal viyamins nothin is working and i dont know what to do anymore. i feel ugly. ( sorry for spelling and having to post the rest on yhe comments im using my phone and its a bit harder )View Thread
hi, so my hair is a little tad past my shoulders, it has random layers to it that are annoying lol, um i been tryin to get it to grow for the past year but its not getting very far. i have alot of body to my hair and its naturally curly and werid wavy. i was taking hair vitamins i got from my pharmacy but imnot sure if they worked. i was wondering if there was anything that does work that i could try??View Thread
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