Can you see your client’s scalp? Hair thinning stems from various conditions and ailments. Depending on the situation, you may find yourself researching cover-up options for clients who wish to see results instantly. However, before you or your client decide which method is the best fit, let’s weigh the pros and cons.
Why do the ingredients matter? Washing your hair exposes the scalp and follicle to chemical change and potentially damaging additives. You must understand what you’re putting on your head to reap the benefits. Routine washing will remove any dirt and excess oils you’ve accumulated throughout the day. But you could be making matters worse by using the wrong shampoo.
Hair is not complicated in terms of its structure and what it is composed of, but it plays an important role in social functioning. The way we style, cut, color, and maintain our hair all contribute to the way we look. Whether it’s having a signature look or hair you rolled out of bed with it is an integral part of a showcasing personality and identity. But what really is this thing that we spend so much time and effort on? What is hair?
Unless advised by a hair care professional, you don’t need to take matters into your own hands. Being proactive is a great approach, but before you rummage through your pantry for “do it yourself” hair treatments, let’s discuss your hair goals and the result of covering your head in kitchen ingredients.
In our last posting, we discussed the origins of Hair Visions International’s My Hair My Way campaign. With online competition, the baby boomer exodus, a lack of trust among young people, and new brands of questionable worth appearing all the time, the industry has been in desperate need of new messaging.
Taking good care of your hair helps to prevent damage, breakage and ultimately hair loss. There are ways that you can preserve your hair and keep it healthy. Diet, lifestyle and medications all may contribute to hair loss. Follow these easy tips and you will see a difference and retain your hair.
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