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gaarazkiti asked:

19 May 2009

Hair styles?

I have an ocd called tricotillomania, and I dont have bangs left, any Ideas to cover that up?

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anca

anca says:

Posted on 19 May 2009

It's a good idea to get help so your hair can grow back. Talk to your parents they will help you very much.

There isn't much you can do to cover the missing hairs. you could wear scarves over your head or hats.

If you leave your hair alone it will grow back again.

Hope you get ok :)

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 May 2009

use one of those stretchy cloth head bands



you can just keep it over your bang area and it will look like you've just pulled it back



maybe even a bandana or a visor hat

baze

baze says:

Posted on 20 May 2009

I understand your disorder, I have CSP which is also a form of OCD. I don't pull out my hair, but I do peel the skin off of my hands & feet. I had to find a solution myself, it looked as though I was a serious burn victim. I began getting a manicure twice a month & using Urea cream on my hands, it took away the scars & the redness, & the nails didn't allow me to pick. Try constantly wearing wider cloth headbands across the front of your head where your bangs once were, or maybe always keep your hair pulled back or gelled down so that you can't pull out your hair. Or, I found this site when I did some research on my CSP. I'll post a link to a message board of people going through the exact same thing as you. I'm sure they would be more than happy to share their thoughts & ideas with you! Good luck sweetheart!:thumbup:

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