Posts Tagged ‘thinning hair’

Understanding The Major Types of Hair Loss

Friday, May 19th, 2017

Consult a professional to determine the cause of your hair loss!

The truth is, everyone will experience hair loss as they age, but not all thinning is the same. This week we’re discussing four of the most common types of hair loss. Let’s explore. (more…)

How Do I Avoid Chemical Damage From Hair Dye?

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Frequent bleaching and drastic color changes will leave hair dull, brittle, and frayed.

Hair coloring products are extremely corrosive, especially if you’re lightening your hair with bleach.  Chemical damage from the wrong hair coloring products cause severe hair loss. With too much processing, the internal fibers and cuticle cells become damaged and start to flake. With harsh dyeing, your hair will start to feel course, appear dull, and easily fall from the root. Eventually, if the necessary precautions aren’t taken, entire sections of hair will fall out. Following these steps to avoid hair loss and chemical damage from harmful dyes will keep your shining strands safely atop your head.


Do You Have Thinning Hair? Learn More About Possible Causes and Methods Of Prevention

Friday, June 10th, 2016

Thinning hair can lead to major hair loss if precautions aren’t taken against it.

Have you been noticing more hair in your hairbrush lately? Does light tampering, styling, and blow drying result in loose strands littering your bathroom sink? If your hair appears dull, doesn’t hold as much volume, or cannot withstand the same amount of toying with, it might be thinning. Hair, for many women, is their most important feature, and hair loss or thinning could negatively affect your self-esteem. To reverse the effect of thinning hair, we’ll take at look at what causes it, how to prevent it, and we’ll provide you with solutions once it’s too late.


How to Handle Thinning Hair

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015


In women, it is quite common to lose about 100 to 140 strands of hair each day as your hair growth cycles through. As women age, periods of hair loss can become signs of your hair thinning and possibly resulting in irreversible hair loss. While thinning hair can be the result of genetics, thinning hair can also be caused by outside sources that women can attempt to control.