In October I decided I wanted a pixie haircut again; which always seems like a good idea at first, but then a few weeks go by and I find myself regretting cutting off my long hair. Thank God for Sugar Bear Hair.
This is my third time to have a pixie cut and each time I regret it after a while, but Pinterest has this way of making me think that cutting my long, pretty hair into a short boy-ish mess will be super cute. I always forget that I am bad at doing hair and just because it looks cute on the pretty girl on Pinterest, doesn’t mean it will look the same way on me, because those girls can actually style their hair. I am great at doing makeup, YouTube basically needs to give me my Cosmetology license for all the years I’ve spent watching xSparkage (now she just goes by Leesha) videos (Love her! Pretty sure we would be best friends if we knew each other in real life.) …but for some reason I can’t do hair to save my life.
A few years ago I found out about Sugar Bear Hair (probably through YouTube) and decided to give it a try. I’ve been taking them ever since, they really work, I have tried a few off brand hair vitamins in the past and none of them actually worked. These little blue bears really do though!
Sugar Bear Hair is a Hair, Skin and Nails vitamin, rich in biotin which is what helps your hair grow, including eyelashes and eyebrows. They are gummies and they taste delicious. They are even one of my favorite colors. These vitamins work really fast too! I’ll have my long hair back in no time.
When I was 10 years old I developed Trichotillomania…you know how people always joke that they are so stressed it makes them want to pull their hair out? I actually do that, it isn’t intentional; it just happens. Most of the time I don’t even realize that I am doing it. It happens rarely these days, but it was pretty much constant when I was younger. I never pull the hair on my head; eyelashes and eyebrows are my thing. That is a lot of the reason why I like chunky eyeliner , covers up the fact that most if not all my eyelashes were/are missing.
I’m so glad I found these vitamins, now I don’t have to be embarrassed by Trichotillomania and I can practically bypass the ugly mullet stage of growing out a pixie cut. You can try Sugar Bear Hair yourself here.
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