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Five Reasons to Consider Hair Extensions

By |2018-08-28T12:43:39+00:00July 13th, 2018|Female Hair Loss|0 Comments

Five Reasons to Consider Getting Hair Extensions There are many reasons why women might want to give hair extensions a try. If getting hair extensions is something you have been on the fence about, then here are some reasons you that might just help you make the decision to finally try them. Getting in a Vacation or Party Mood One of the best reasons to get hair extensions is to give your hair a glamorous look for a party or for when you’re going on vacation. If your hair is thin or flat, then hair extensions can instantly add extra body and volume that will give your hair that extra glamor factor. Fixing a Bad Hair Day Let’s face it, just about everyone at one time or another has had a bad haircut. One simple and quick way to fix that problem is hair extensions. Hair extensions can make your hair look simply great. Who knows? Maybe it’s a look you might want to keep on a more permanent basis rather than simply a way to get through to your next salon appointment. After all, hair extensions can give you great length, body, fullness and beautiful style. Wo why not? Giving Yourself a Mood Booster Every woman from time to time enjoys a little pampering. Whether that includes a day at the spa or a makeover, there is nothing quite like a beauty treatment to brighten your day. One of the greatest and most long lasting ways to enhance your mood is with hair [...]

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Female Hair Loss and Self Esteem

By |2018-07-13T14:09:01+00:00June 27th, 2018|Female Hair Loss|0 Comments

Female Hair Loss and Self-Esteem: Transform Yourself One Day at a Time Cultivate & Meet Friends Our identity is constructed by and large, on how we see ourselves, and even greater impact on your identity is how we think others perceive us. The irony of course, on how others perceive us is totally influenced by the way we see ourselves. This is why making friends that bring out our best side and are supportive and understanding is so important to us. Start Exercising We all know that getting in better health means we need to get off the couch and exercise more to feel strong and confident. When you start on an exercise routine and stick to it, what you’re telling yourself is that you consider yourself to be important. Remember, start slow. Start with an exercise routine you can handle fairly well. Perhaps start with just 30 minutes a day, once a week and increase from there. If health issues develop and hamper your efforts, adopt a meditation or yoga practice. The mere act of committing yourself to following through will raise your self-esteem. Taking Control of Your Hair Loss Women’s hair restoration has come a very long way in just a short amount of time. Talking to a hair specialist can help you make important decisions if you are considering whether to get a hair system or wig. Women, more than men look to their hair as a big part of their beauty. If their hair begins to thin, it can have [...]

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Trichotillomania – What Can Be Done About It?

By |2018-08-30T10:49:41+00:00December 14th, 2017|Female Hair Loss, Trichotillomania|0 Comments

Trichotillomania: What Is It & What Can Be Done About It? What is Trichotillomania? What can be done about it? Trichotillomania is probably one of the most misunderstood conditions for those who find themselves affected by it and their family and friends. You pronounce it trick-oh-till-oh-MAY-nee-ah, the long official name is often shortened to Trich (TTM). The disorder is a repetitive behavior of pulling your own hair. Each person with this disorder is different. The location of the hair that is pulled, the extensiveness, disruptiveness of the urges, and the duration all differ. Trichotillomania can involve hair pulling from the scalp, eyebrows, arms, pubic area and legs. This hair pulling can lead to hair being pulled out, causing bald patches to develop on the scalp. For many affected with Trich, they are often unaware that they are pulling their hair and find treatment quite manageable but some find the urges to overwhelming to ignore and they can’t think of any think else. The awareness of trichotillomania is rather new. The classification and definition are still evolving as the experts in the field continue to understand and learn more about Trich, and continue to have discussions about the disorder with other professionals. Trichotillomania is categorized as a BFRB (body focused repetitive behavior). It is a way of approaching the subset of impulse control disorders that are specifically, consistently, and compulsively damaging to one’s body. Things like nail biting and skin picking also fall into this category. The classification recognizes the disorder that resembles habits, addictions, [...]