Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Just a look at my lashes

I don't fill in my brows anymore... haven't for awhile now.  It's not because they look great; it's because I just don't care that much.  But my lashes, I always try to hide.  Here's what I'm doing lately to hide the damage and loss.  Top left is no eye make-up (barely any top lashes).  Top right is with eyeliner.  Bottom left is eyeliner + eye-shadow.  Bottom right is my end result, eyeliner + eye-shadow + mascara.  
 Here's a close-up (not like the previous ones aren't close... sheesh!) of no make-up and full make-up.
 Overall, I have to say I'm pretty content with my trich.  My damage is bad, but it doesn't bother me too much.  Would I love longer lashes?  YES!  But I'm okay with what I have and don't have.  If I had lashes... they'd look a lot like these beauty's.  Afterall, she got them from me.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Check this out

A friend just shared this, so I'm passing it along to you.  

The Kindle edition of Trichotillomania Treatment: How to Stop Pulling Hair Out and Defeat Trichotillomania for Good (Hair Pulling Disorder) by Sharon L. Bonheur is available for free right now on Amazon. 

After looking around, I also found that the Kindle edition of Trichotillomania Disorder Cure: How to Overcome Hair Pulling For Life: Causes, Treatments and Workbook, Step by Step Guide Book for Kids, Teenagers and Adults by Susan Shaw is also available for free right now on Amazon.  

I've never read either of these books.  Heck, I've never read a book about trich.  But... they are free.  And anyone can read Kindle books even without a Kindle device.  There's a free app for smartphones, tablets and computers.  So go check it out.  If you've read these books before, let me know what you think.