Given that hairloss is usually genetic, I've given this alot of thought.
My mom is 60. She has goregous hair! Her entire life it's been incredibly thick. It's alot finer than it used to be, but she still has a TON of it. Then there's my daughter. The irony never escapes me. She is nine years old, and severely autistic. She is beautiful and has amazing hair. Thick, dark, straight and silky. You could shave it all of tomorrow and she would neither notice nor care. Like I said, the irony of having to care for it never escapes me.
My dad is bald, and started thinning at a fairly early age. Guess I just grabbed the genetic short straw.
Am just wondering if I'm the only one in a sandwich generation of women with goregous hair who got escaped?