Yes, Hair Library is actually international. By international, I mean that there is a contributor leading a double life in another continent but with the same passion for hair and beauty. As for double life, I am an ESL teacher by day and beauty blogger by night. But if we were to talk about hair, I’d have to tell you that mine is fine and thin, limp like it’s dry and that it’s naturally straight. As for issues, I deal with the occasional dandruff and hair fall, not to mention oily scalp. Another thing, it’s still actually virgin hair because I’ve never had it chemically coloured. I mean, with hair as fragile as mine, who would want to risk it right? I’m an island girl and from a tropical country, it means that my hair is prone to humid weather and frizz as well as breakage. Personally I like discovering products that work for my hair type. There are myths and theories about breakage and my hair type, but all in all I went out there to find the right match for my hair. I guess that’s why I am here and it’s also part of why I am here. What makes it also interesting is that I am able to compare products and find out which ingredients work for which hair type. It’s all about really enjoying the ride when it comes to hair and beauty. I’ve got a few stories to share that are from the top of my head and it will be my pleasure if you joined me in my Hair Library Adventures. It’s going to be sweet!