There are things you can do to prevent your hair from thinning and stop hair loss. Your hair and skin represent an outward manifestation of your health. So here are some things to consider keeping yourself and your hair healthy.
We all want to be the best we can be. So much of how we feel depends on how we think we look. Having more self-confidence makes all the difference. If you are struggling with female hair loss or thinning hair, it may have affected your self-confidence there are things you can do. Research show that hair loss whether it is experienced by men or women can lower self-esteem. Here are some tips to break the cycle to increase your self-esteem and confidence one day at a time.
Most people think about hair loss as a negative thing in their lives. As with everything, we'd like to suggest it as an opportunity to re-invent yourself. That's why we believe what we do at MHN Hair Studio is to help you to be yourself again!
You would be surprised how quickly you can stop hair loss!
While people tend to associate hair loss with men, it has become increasingly clear that today hair loss is as much a problem for women as it is for men.
Despite what people have been predicting, the era of long hair still continues to reign.
According to a new study done by Garnier, a hair care/color company, gentlemen apparently no longer prefer blondes. A research study showed that women with darker hair not only earn more money and but are viewed as being more attractive by men than blondes or redheads.
Thankfully the rain stopped just in time to avoid any bad hair moments. Stars like Amy Adams admitted to wearing their hair up for just that reason. Up-do's are always popular at the Oscars because it really allows the gorgeous dresses and jewelry to shine.
Leading Hair Specialists Connect to Offer Women FREE Information & Resources for Solving Hair Loss
New York, NY Kayla Martell, 2011 Miss America finalist, will be speaking at two Women's Hair Loss Seminars in NY on Monday, March 10th, 2014 and Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 from 7 to 9 PM. Diane Puccio, Co-Owner, and Flora Fuentes, Managing Director of MHN Hair Studio will host these events. The purpose of these seminars are to educate women who are experiencing any type of hair loss about the science of hair loss and the newest technology and affordable solutions now available. Kayla Martell, who lost her hair due to alopecia at age 11, is touring the US to help link women with hair loss to reputable hair studios who can help restore a full head of hair. Per Kayla "hair is so important to how a woman looks; every woman deserves to enjoy her beauty".
Are you losing hair or is your hair breaking? Many think this is the same thing. Others would realize that it is anything but. If you have any type of hair loss, it's best to discuss this thoroughly with your doctor and a hair loss professional. You may be able to find a hair loss solution to the problem easier than you think. An important step to take, though, is to understand what is happening with your hair and why it is occurring.