We’re not going to lie, taking care of hair pieces can be more difficult than taking care of real human hair, however, it doesn’t have to be hard or time-consuming. Synthetic hair requires more effort for upkeep than human hair extensions, but it’s generally more affordable for most people.
Utter the phrase “nonsurgical hair replacement method” and often times we’re looked at confusingly. “Is there such a thing?” people will normally ask. Why, yes there is!
Virtuésse, developed by Virtual Reality Hair is a hairpiece that’s made with real human hair, and can be attached to the scalp by a bonding material. The scalp of Virtuésse, which is made with a DermaLens product, looks and feels real, so even if you put your hair up in a ponytail, no one can tell that it’s not your real hair.
The major benefit to this revolutionary hair replacement method is it removes the work of having to take off and put on your hairpieces every day. It’s a part of you and it stays on, all the time, even when you’re styling or shampooing your hair.
Whether you have alopecia or experience hair loss because of chemotherapy, Virtuésse is for anyone who wants an easy and better alternative to surgical hair restoration methods.
Since it’s made with real human hair, you can style it with a hot curling iron or flat iron if you wish. The hair pieces come in many colors, so it’s possible to find the color that fits either your current color or the look you’re going for.
Upkeep is also easy -- you just have to come to us or go to any hair studio around the country certified by Virtual Reality Hair for monthly maintenance, or for any last-minute adjustments and needs. You can also view a gallery of actual women with Virtuésse, and you’ll see that their hair not only looks real, but full and healthy!
Ready to see if this solution is the right one for you? Contact the helpful staff at HRC to schedule your free hair and scalp consultation.
Often times to attain wonderfully straight hair, many of us must turn to flat irons and other high temperature appliances to get that perfect result. The flat iron can be a great beauty tool in the hands of professional hair stylists, but when it is overused, we risk serious damage to our hair both temporarily and permanently.
While some people seem to become more attractive with the arrival of grey hair, many of us shudder when we spot even one or two popping up. Researchers are out there working diligently on just about every aspect of how we age and our greying hair is on the list. So, what do the scientists know that we should too?
At a young age, Matt lost his hair and has been struggling with his self-esteem and confidence ever since. However, with HRC's exclusive Trend Ready system, he's once again comfortable in his skin and ready to take on the world. This incredible hair system is seamless and undetectable, giving Matt a new hairstyle that gives him an attractive and effortless look!
There is one theme that all men throughout history have agreed on; concern about losing their hair. During the late 19th century, men caught a major case of hysteria over hair loss. Magazine articles at the time covered the growing panic claiming that half of American business and professional men were currently bald and that it was only a matter of time until we became a race of hairless Americans.
Losing your hair can have a serious impact emotionally and affect your self-esteem, but you’re not alone. More than 50% of men will experience some kind of male-pattern baldness before their 50th birthday. Hair loss can be an even bigger blow to your confidence if you’re still in the dating scene. This is completely normal but keep in mind, you’re probably more concerned about your hair loss than the person you’re on a date with!
Hair loss can be distressing to live with, both physically and emotionally. You've probably looked everywhere for a solution, but have found that managing this condition can be a bit of a challenge. Over 50% of people across the globe are affected by alopecia, and experts agree that one of the best ways to tackle it is the use of laser hair therapy!
Many celebrities – including Jessica Simpson, Halle Berry, Mindy Kaling, and Vanessa Hudgens – have opened up about using hair extensions. It's rumored that Beyoncé dutifully hauls around three full trunks of custom hair pieces to all of her performances. Top celeb hairstylists admit to augmenting clients such as the Kardashian family with three times the amount of their natural hair for years!