The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler, but summer isn’t over yet. There’s still time to take those last minute summer vacations you had trouble fitting in earlier in the year. Spend a weekend at the beach — unpack those hiking boots! Soak up these last few weeks of warm weather to their full potential and take some time to relax and enjoy the sun. When you’re packing that weekend bag, don’t forget to save room for your wig, and to do so carefully! (more…)
Archive for August, 2016
Your hair is not as thick as it once was. When you brush your locks in the morning, you notice that more and more begins to be caught by the brush each time. You’re finding blonde strands in the middle of your fingers when you pull it behind your ears and you have to wrap that hair-tie just a little tighter around your ponytail when you go to the gym. I have news for you: You’re not alone.
Hair loss, or alopecia, was thought to have affected primarily males. However, females make up about forty percent of American hair loss sufferers, according to the American Hair Loss Association. (more…)
Those pesky tangles aren’t going to untangle themselves unless you’re brushing your new wig correctly! Sometimes we get those dreaded knots that are impossible to run your fingers through. If you don’t brush properly every day, especially if your wig is long, those knots will keep coming back! Don’t go overboard, though. Brushing your hair too rigorously could ruin your wig. Take the time, today, to learn how to brush it properly to keep those strands shining for many years. Let’s take a look at some specific wig brushing techniques to keep your new wig like new!
When the immune system mistakenly attacks the hair follicles, notable hair loss occurs on the scalp. Known as Alopecia Areata, the syndrome most commonly affects adults and children under 20, but does often occur at any age as well. Women and men are affected equally, but the emotional trauma associated with hair loss can be much more scarring for women. Most recognizable by missing patches of hair, loss occurs in clumps, leaving sections of the scalp smooth, round and bald. In some cases, hair loss is minimal and results in just thinning, however, the most severe cases cause the complete loss of scalp and body hair. Fortunately, there are ways to rectify Alopecia Areata, and learning about the condition in this week’s blog will help you decide on the best solution. Let’s begin.