What is this? It is the sound of hope: http://www.womensrogaine.com/thinning-hair/hair-growth/how-rogaine-works
My optimistic, glass-half-full outlook on life even extends to this self-proclaimed "problem" of me having thin hair. I just want to say that it's obviously not the worst thing in the world, and there are even a few perks to having a not-so-thick mane!
The two biggest benefits of having thin hair (IMHO) are:
1. It doesn't take you long at all to style your hair. I have saved countless hours of blowdrying, because I only need to separate my layers into 3 sections for me to do my own blowout! When I used to style my sister's thick hair, it took so much longer.
2. You can always add to your hair with extensions and scalp makeup to fake fullness. I guess it's like adding seasoning in a stew-- it's easier to add to it than to take away once it's over-seasoned. All right, that was a really dumb comparison. :) However, I think you get what I'm trying to say!
I'm grateful to be in good health, but one quick aspect of judging good health is to look at superficial factors like clear skin and a thick, glossy head of hair. It represents youth and vitality. I feel young and I feel vital -- I just want my hair to reflect that! Is it too much to ask?!
Come on, Rogaine, I need you to WORK!!