We often see Vice Ganda in his trademark colorful wigs, but today, we finally got to see what his real hair looks like.
On his latest vlog, the "It's Showtime" host opened up about one of his insecurities, which is his receding hairline. Vice believes stress contributed to why it happened to his hair, which later on caused his anxiety.
“Pag bakla ka, gusto mo maganda hair mo. Nung nararamdaman kong ang taas na ng hairline ko, nagbigay siya sa 'kin ng anxiety. Nalulungkot ako. Kinapitan ako ng hiya. Nahihiya akong makita ng tao na mataas hairline ko,” he shared.
“Tinatago ko talaga siya for a time. Tapos ayokong pinag-uusapan 'yung buhok ko. Sobra akong na-insecure. Tapos bumaba 'yung self-confidence ko.”
Vice later realized that neither his hairline nor his scalp defines who he is.
And as long as the love of his life, Ion Perez, accepts him for he is, Vice doesn't care what others say.
“Tinaggap ko na siya at in-embrace ko na siya. O e ano naman kung ganyan ang hairline ko, maganda naman ang face ko. 'Di naman makakabawas sa pagkatao ko ang ganyang hairline. It's not your scalp. It's not your hairline. It's your heart,” he stressed.
“Kung love naman ako ng taong love ko, ano pang pake ko sa sasabihin ng ibang tao. Kung 'di ako tanggap ng ibang tao, wala na 'kong pake. Ang mahalaga, tanggap at mahal ako ng taong mahal ko."
Together with Ryan Bang, Vice then visited a Korean salon in Quezon City to help him grow his hair back.
He will undergo some scalp treatments since the pores on his hairline are closed, according to the hairstylist.
“Itapon mo na lahat ng wigs mo kasi tutubo na 'yan,” Ryan jested.
Watch the full vlog here:
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