Some men and women simply assume that, in order to restore lost hair, the only real option is a transplant. Hair transplantation has come a long way in recent years, and it can be a good solution. What about those who want to have a full and healthy head of hair without the need for surgical intervention, however—and thus, without the associated recovery time?
Why should women have all the fun seeing the different beauty and hairstyles that have been popular throughout the decades? If you’ve checked out our recent blog post, we found some great time-lapse videos of beauticians and hairstylists taking a model and giving her different styles that represent each decade since 1910.
Losing the hair on your head is a common fear shared by many people today, and it isn't just a fear — hair loss affects a large number of us. In a 2014 survey by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, around 35 million men and 21 million women in the U.S. suffer from some varying degree of hair loss.
One of the most common concerns from our clients who are seeking hair extensions is whether these extensions will cause hair loss, or worsen their alopecia. Older, more traditional styles of hair extensions can cause hair loss, because the way they are applied and the weight of those strands can damage your thinning hair and follicles. However, today’s hair extensions are much safer than they used to be, including Ultrastrands and Affinity used here in our hair loss salon.