The holidays are upon us! ‘Tis the season to be jolly, and also the season to overindulge in food and drink, overschedule ourselves, and become sleep-deprived and stressed out. Weight gain is just one side effect of holiday stress and overindulgence. Another, lesser-known but very real side effect? Holiday-related hair loss.
Avid Gilmore Girls fans couldn’t be happier that Netflix has revived their beloved series. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life sort of picks up where the original series left off in 2007. Main character, Rory Gilmore is essentially homeless and is crashing with friends in New York, Stars Hollow, and London. Throughout her travel adventures the audience is reintroduced to the original cast.
Caring for and styling your hair can add to the cost of the holiday season. Follow these five amazing hair hacks to get gorgeous hair while saving on time and money.
Grooming myths abound and are especially pervasive when it comes to men’s hair care. One especially misinformation-laden topic is shampooing. How often do you need to shampoo your hair?
I have always loved the holidays. It’s a time to be with the people you love, a time to create memories that will last a lifetime. Sadly, I haven’t been able to create nearly enough Christmas memories with my family during the last decade or so.
No-Shave November involves putting down your razor for 30 days and donating your beard maintenance expenses to organizations dedicated to progress in cancer care and research.
Hair loss is a side effect of some cancer treatments, like chemotherapy, and it may be something that you’re experiencing if you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Dandruff can be an annoying and embarrassing problem. An itchy scalp can lead to flakes on your shoulders and misconceptions about poor hygiene. Fortunately, there are simple changes you can make to help combat the problem.
There are many factors that can cause thinning hair. First, it’s important to understand the difference between thin hair and thinning hair. Both appear the same but the two are very different. Thin hair or fine hair refers to the actual thickness of the individual strands of hair.
Every day you lose about 50-100 hairs. This happens because each hair strand has its own cycle of growth and shedding, termed the hair growth cycle. Throughout your life the hair growth cycle is in constant occurrence but it can become interrupted. It’s important to understand the phases of the hair growth cycle and the factors that can affect it in order to understand many of the problems that can affect your hair.