If you have noticed your hairline receding or your crown thinning, you are likely experiencing hair fall or hair loss. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, 40% of women have visible hair loss by the time they hit 40 years old. Whether you are a man or a woman, losing hair can be pretty devastating for self-image and emotional wellbeing.
Fortunately, hair fall or hair loss tends to happen gradually, meaning you have enough time to find the causes and take the best corrective measures to remedy the trend. This piece focuses on why women lose their hair and the treatments that help reverse or slow down the balding process.
If you've spent time maintaining a perfect hairstyle, only to have it ruined by split ends, flyaways, or frizzy hair, we feel you. In particular, split ends prevent you from achieving that long and luscious hair that many people admire. On the other hand, dealing with frizz and flyaways is also tedious and time-consuming, since most people will repeatedly smooth them down with hairspray. However, this method doesn't seem to bring out the expected results. This guide will help you learn about these types of hair damage and how you can deal with them.
Oily hair, don't care? Yeah, right. If you have an oily scalp (like some of us do), you know how frustrating it can be to have hair that feels clean and bouncy one minute and dirty the next. Here are tips on fighting excess oil for silky strands.
We all have varioushair struggles, and it can be difficult to figure out exactly what's causing our strands such distress. Here are the solutions you need to get you back on track to being the most beautiful version of yourself.
Checking off your summer bucket list shouldn't come at the expense of your hair. Protective styles are a great way to continue growing out natural hair for Type 3 and Type 4 textures while staying on-trend. Minimizing damage to your radiant curls is key when it comes to enjoying a #hothairsummer.
You love the pool, and can't wait to hop in this summer. But there's one problem: Every time you take a dip, your hair takes a beating. The chlorine in swimming pools might be great for killing bacteria and keeping swimmers safe from disease, but it's harsh on the hair and skin. So should you avoid swimming this summer? Of course not, but, there are ways you can protect your precious strands from the potential damage caused by chlorine. So let's explore how chlorine affects the hair and skin.
The summer has finally arrived, filled with long days in the sunshine and swims in the pool. We all enjoy hanging out in the water, often wishing these dog days would last forever, but spending long hours outdoors.