"Wow, you have a LOT of hair." I can’t tell you over the course of my life how many times I’ve heard this sentence (or a variation of it). I’ve been a bridesmaid around seven or eight times, and when it came down to creating the schedule for girls getting their hair done the day of the wedding, I was always one of the first. I had a ton of hair, so I was inevitably going to take the longest.
Realizing that you have thinning hair can be quite devastating and anxiety producing. And who can blame you? Hair, after all is our crowning glory. A head full of thick, lush hair is sexy. It is associated with good health and of course, youth. If you have been dreaming of reclaiming the hair you once had, read on. There are things you can do to recapture those glory days. The sooner hair thinning is addressed, the better your chances of treating it successfully. ...more
For the second time since first losing my hair over a decade ago, I have hair. Not a lot of hair, not long hair, not normally textured hair, but hair. What I mean is that the total area of my head with hair growth is greater than the total area without hair. I’m still losing hair, not all over all-at-once, but in roving bald ...more
One in five UK women with hair loss feel neglected by their doctors. If you ladies thought you might get better care here in the US, think again, not in this Alopecian’s experience. If a man loses his hair, ...more
As an Alopecian, the hardest part of hair loss for me is that I am assumed to be sick, or more specifically, to have cancer. Not only don’t I have cancer, but beyond my immune system’s assault on my hair follicles, I am absolutely healthy. Bummer? Yes, but life goes on and I choose to move on with it....more