Posts tagged female pattern baldness
Universal Themes of Hair Challenges

There are a lot of universal themes when it comes to hair challenges and care, and for some subcultures - like blondes, curly or African American hair - we do a great job in our industry talking about challenges, pain points, and the emotional ideologies associated with each subculture. But it’s time to start a dynamic dialogue between stylists and thinning hair clients.

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Your Ph.D (Professional Hair Dresser) shares a little MD

It's time for a little MD from a PhD (professional hair dresser), because I know that hair loss can be very confusing. Here's some help, data and love in a short podcast.

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Loving Your Sleepy Head

Sleeping on satin is the best. This pillow helps your hair retain moisture, reduces frizz because there is less friction and just feels goooooood! 

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When to Start Wearing a Wig?

Most of us don’t want to live without what we believe to be our “natural hair.” At the moment, I am not visibly ready for wig wearing. I am still discovering ways to keep the hair on my head and make it appear to be thicker, fuller, and more dense. I do have many clients who are past the point of “visibly” thinning hair, and supplemental hair would give them the confidence they need. Many women are living with hair loss, some since childhood and their teens, and this is due to genetics.

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A Letter to Hairstylists

I find it rather unfair that most marketing associated with thinning hair products uses models with ungodly amounts of hair. As someone with thinning hair, I know that these particular end results are unrealistic. What I have gotten really, really good at is working with my own hair to make it look more pleasing to my eye. 

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