It's time for more gentle hair care - whether you're noticing thinning due to aging, or stress - whether you're menopausal or in your 20s and certain your locks will last forever. You've got to care for what's on your 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!
Think about when you've had a shedding phase and ask yourself what happened 12 weeks ago? Did I go on the Paleo Diet? 8 weeks ago, did I have surgery? Did I have a change in medications? Was there stress in my life?
I saw women with totally visible scalps laughing and eating lunch. I saw women with short and fine hair, almost bald, hiking in Acadia with people who love them. Some summer epiphanies and healthy hair tips.
A BIG part of dealing with thinning hair and hair loss is taking care of and keeping the hair you have on your head.
Want to know the essential products I use on my roots to help with coverage of my thinning hair? Here's a quick video of me showing my personal faves, how I use them and why.
Your scalp is a big deal. Clients are often in the dark, BUT honestly, your scalp is everything. You'd be really surprised to find what is lurking on that scalp of yours. Here's what I do and why!
I was honored to be one of the featured stylists in Humans of HAIR+ - in the March issue of Modern Salon magazine (@modernsalon) - one of my industry's premier publications. And I was again just recently in their April issue online (more on that later), but here's why education is so integral to my work in the salon and with the thinning hair journey.
Ever heard of “traumatic styling?” Well, it isn’t a syndrome we hairstylists get when we have to blow out someone who has super thick hair. It's a real thing and it's happening through heat styling and coloring and to younger and younger clients.