NPC national level bikini competitor with AA. Don't let anything hold you back! My story.

Hello fellow AA friends,
I just wanted to share my story. I have had AA since I was 8 and every year it gets worse! I now have to wear a full wig everyday. I use a lace wig that I glue on and sleep in. Like most people with AA I was nervous around new people and most of the time just wanted to hide! One day in 2011 I decided I'm not going to care what people think anymore! I signed up for NPC bikini competition. I was so nervous not to go up in front of 100's of people in a swimsuit but to go up in front of them in wig! I knew I had to do something big to get over my fear of being in a wig in public. I did it! No one laughed everyone was so supportive! I continued to compete. After 2 years of training I got first at a national qualifier and finally qualified for USA's! Now I'm on my way to my pro card! I want to show the world that even with my disease I can still be beautiful and reach the same goals as everyone else. If you have a dream don't let AA stop you! I let it stop me for so many years not anymore! I'm unstoppable! :)
Reach for your dreams!

I have a YouTube channel: under thefit farmgirl

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Comment by Elaine on May 13, 2015 at 5:06pm
It's indian remy and it's not too thick it looks like the right amount of density. Yes, the blonde in this photo is the hair I got from xcsunny. It's straight but in my profile picture I curled it. You can style it anyway you want since it human hair. :)
Comment by Elaine on May 14, 2015 at 5:12pm
Oh I might have for got to say the company is in China but they don't charge for shipping. It does take a few weeks to get it. Also after you wash it a few times it does start to lose hair. In ok with it because I throw my out every 2 months. I rotate between two. It works for me but if you want one that last a year or more you will have to pay $1000 +. Good luck!!!
Comment by Lexi on May 16, 2015 at 6:17pm

How do you get the blonde color from that site?  I also always just see AA hair on most websites with cheaper HH prices.  I would love to try HH but don't wish to go broke getting something, and then find out I don't wear it, don't like it....etc.  What color blonde do they call it and it of course is processed, right?  Is it hot to wear???

Comment by Lexi on May 16, 2015 at 6:19pm

Oh I also have ophiasis type and diffuse overall thinning....what kind of cap does that have, and how much do they run?  Sometimes they all seem to come with brown lace....

Comment by Elaine on May 17, 2015 at 3:05pm
I have Ophidia pattern so when I first started I just glued it to the spots under my hair I still had. But doing that my hair always got oily so I finally just shaved it a now where a full hair piece. I get blonde #120 with transparent lace. It's takes an extra 30 days for them to make the wig with transparent. But my skin is too light for the tan color. Here is the link to my hair

Hope that helps! :)
Comment by Elaine on May 17, 2015 at 3:08pm
Sorry *ophiasis pattern
Comment by Lexi on May 17, 2015 at 3:13pm

Is this glueless or must you glue it on?   It looks really nice..

Comment by Elaine on May 17, 2015 at 7:50pm
Thank you! I glue mind on with ghost bond XL. They have glue less but for me with all the sports I do I need something that will stay on. Plus the glued on ones look a little more natural I think.
Comment by Elaine on May 17, 2015 at 8:54pm


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