Friday, December 13, 2013
Female patterned baldness
This is not me, but I have it: female patterned baldness. Mine is not this bad at the part, but it is at the top of my head. I looked online to see what could be done, and of course there was a list of mostly
bullshit. Pardon my French.
The best solution for minor baldness is to sprinkle this stuff (this is the scientific label) onto your bald spots--stuff that is the same color as your hair and--voila--the baldness disappears. I can get me some stuff for $19.99, and I was about to, but then I remembered cornstarch.
When I was young, I was in a play where I played a very old lady. To gray my hair, I powdered it with cornstarch. It worked beautifully.
So why wouldn't cornstarch work for my pink bald spots? It does! People, it works! You can tell I'm excited, because I rarely use exclamation points, and never two in a row.
It works because I have light gray hair. It mixes well with my hair. It doesn't fall onto my clothes.
It's a miracle! (That's a third exclamation point).
I put it on with a make-up brush and comb it in.
If you don't have nearly white hair, you'll have to buy the stuff. It comes in various colors. I'm just happy to find my solution in my own pantry.
Posted by Louise Plummer at 10:27 PM