Now, I'm on a mission to get my old hair back.
When I was growing up, my hair was so thick that I’d bust through several packs of hair ties a week because they’d always break by the second loop. In my early teenage years, a lot of my friends were dyeing their hair with semi-permanent color and Sun-In, but I prided myself on keeping my hair’s virginity. Ah, those were the days.
Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with Donna Washington a Cancer of survivor and Danielle of Transitions Hair Solutions to talk about the 3D hair and scalp prosthetic service offered.
It can be devastating to notice your hair is thinning. Sometimes it’s gradual, sometimes it seems to happen overnight. Whichever the case for you, it can still be hard to accept. It can become harder to style, maintain your current look, and affect your self-esteem. I know not everyone is going to be ready to seek a professional solution immediately. Many of the clients I serve at Transitions Hair Solutions had their go-to quick fixes before coming to me for professional care. Temporary fixes can be useful, until a longer term solution/treatment is needed, or desired. Here are a few hacks for thinning hair that might work for you!
Winter is here! This means the holiday season, parties, and for some even outdoor snow activities. Unfortunately, the colder weather can also mean dry hair and scalps. Clients often come to me at Transitions Hair Solutions with changing hair conditions during the winter months. We always seem to remember to focus on our dry skin, but so many of us forget about our hair and scalps. Both are affected by weather changes. The cold weather can result in our hair and scalps becoming dry, brittle, and damaged due to lack of moisture in the hair and some poor hair care practices. Here are some tips to maintain the best possible hair and scalp health during this winter season:
Live your best hair life.
Anyone who's ever tried to take their hair game to the next level knows that it can seem quite daunting at first. You want it to look amazing, of course, but between dealing with the whole sweaty workout hair thing and finding the time to actually style it, it can often seem like more trouble than it's worth. Fortunately, there are actual ways to give your hair the TLC it deserves without going crazy about it—it's all about choosing and using the right products and tools, and adopting healthy hair habits that work for you. Follow these seven expert tips to get the longer, stronger, healthier hair you truly want.
Hair loss can take its toll on both men and women. Throughout my 20-plus years working in the hair loss industry, I’ve seen it affect people’s self -esteem and change their level of social activity. In my experience, the emotional impact and lifestyle changes happen to men and women equally, despite what many may think.
We all know how difficult it can get to eat right as the holiday season approaches, so it’s a good time to talk about this now. Proper nutrition doesn’t just affect how you feel on the inside, it also affects how you look on the outside. And who doesn’t want to look their best at holiday functions? Well, your hair is a big part of your overall look. Many people say it’s one of the first things they notice after your eyes.
September is Alopecia Awareness Month. Many people ask me what is alopecia exactly? The word alopecia itself is the medical term for hair loss. It does not refer to one specific form of hair loss. Any form of hair loss is alopecia. I’ve been helping people young and old with various types of alopecia for decades. I’ve seen it all. There are a few distinct categories of alopecia. Let me break down a few of them.
This is the story of a young woman we will call Melody for this story... Melody finally reached her weight loss goals and was thrilled, but soon after she began to notice that her hair was falling out. She had heard this could happen, so she did not panic at first. Rather she began using over the counter supplements and other hair products products that she could buy from her local grocery store, but in the end none of them really seem to work.
The words “hair loss” typically bring to mind Rogaine ads and men with the textbook horseshoe hair pattern of baldness—not young women with seemingly flowy, waist-length hair. But it turns out that the condition of hair loss does not discriminate—it can happen to anyone, at just about any age.