Treatment for Chemical Dependency

Pam
Wife, mom, grandmother, motorcyclist, and blogger.

Had a full weekend that included some chemical dependency treatment a.k.a. getting a color blast to my hair. Sorry, but I love telling people I’ve been to treatment and seeing the pitiful looks and, “I’m so sorry” comments.

Chemical Dependency Treatment

My Chemical Dependency is not you think!

Okay, so my treatment involves me getting rid of my grey or is it gray hair disguised a.k.a. dyed.

I took my motorcycle to get my hair done and then went to Costco. Not sure how I can spend almost $100 and taking everything home on my motorcycle without hubby but I did.

Helmet or Heels blogger Pam

Ladies, whether you are looking to start riding solo, a casual motorcyclist, a seasoned rider, or enjoying riding pillion you are all welcome to join in the Helmet or Heels community. I would love to share your story of motorcycling no matter where you are on the journey. It will inspire other women along the way.

Helmet or Heels female motorcycle community is reader-supported. When you buy through links on this site, I may earn a commission at no cost to you. I thank you for your support to help grow this female motorcycle community and inspire other women to ride!Catch us on Instagram @helmetorheels and Pinterest @helmetorheels – we are just getting started!

Spread the word:

6 Responses

  1. Chemically dependent. Haven’t heard it called that before, but I like it. I used to get highlights put in my hair but I am thinking I need to research to make sure my gal uses vegan and cruelty free products. Somehow I don’t think she does.

    You’d be surprised how much you can spend at Costco and get it on the bike. They don’t call it the $100 store for nothing, lol.

  2. Love it! I administer my own chemicals,color and highlights. (Okay, I admit it… my husband does the highlights for me; he’s a great guy!) My poor hairdresser–I see her every six weeks or so, and it’s never when my chemicals are freshly applied.

    It’s a little sad that you can haul $100 worth of anything on a motorcycle. I spent $50 on groceries one day and was able to carry all of it in my saddlebags.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You might also enjoy...