Archive for April 2012

This Is What You do When You’ve Cut Off Too Much of Your Hair

I was not altogether over the moon at the prospect of having to cut my own hair and make improvements to my shape and size since my clothes were all getting a little too tight for comfort. So I went looking for some ideas and inspiration online. I was more than a little amazed at just how many great tips I eventually uncovered by searching the Internet. The sheer volume of information that is available through that medium is nothing short of staggering.

But first, let me tell you how I got to this point.

I’m a hair stylist in my late 20’s and by accident, I cut off 5 inches of my hair that I want to grow back as quickly as possible. I’ve been using Viviscal hair vitamins for 5 weeks and boy, am I surprised and even shocked by the results!

You will not believe how much hair is growing. I had a small patch of hair missing on one of my eye brows where I over tweezed it. This patch has been bare for almost a year and has now started to grow back. My eye lashes are longer and thicker and the hair on my legs are growing twice as fast. My hair is thicker and stronger.

Like with any supplement you have to be vigilant about using it. And don’t expect over night results – it’s going to take a few weeks, even a few months to notice any improvement. Expect to see your hair grow at about 3/4 to 1 1/2 inch per month.

I’m now recommending Viviscal to all my clients – I’m really over the moon with the results.

Slimming Back into My Clothes

But that’s all about the hair. What about my clothes?

Even so, I soon found that a lot of what I had been researching online was duplicated or rehashed but really saying more or less the same thing. I managed to boil it down to around a hundred or so really useful strategies that I intend to work with.

I don’t think I’ll be able to work with them all or even a large number simultaneously, but it would be better to work in small groups of three or four at a time to see what effect they have. I am guessing that over time I will find some great combination that are really in tune with the actual needs that I have and that make me different from the next guy.

This process of getting healthy is no easy walk in the park, but I’m pretty sure that with a good strategy and a methodical way of working it, I can lose the excess and get back to a fighting figure that looks and feels good in the clothes I am wearing. Then I will know that just about anything is possible when you put your mind to it and are determined to see it through.