It’s no big secret that a common problem men face is hair loss. What most men don’t realize is they don’t have to fear the hair loss solutions available today. There are several non-surgical hair loss solutions that actually work and are far more believable than the ancient toupee. Transitions Hair Loss Centers’ own Tino proves that there is nothing to fear but no hair at all.
A Presidential candidate’s hairstyle can absolutely be a factor for them on the like-ability scale. If you think back, America has not elected a bald President since Dwight D. Eisenhower. Public perception means everything to a politician. If a candidate is confident in the way he or she looks that confidence will come across to the American people.
Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey has been the subject of many conversations about hair loss and hair replacement. Judging from his performance in the movie “Dallas Buyer’s Club” and the weight loss lengths he went to in order to be believable as a man suffering from AIDS, it wouldn’t be a big stretch to assume that he has undergone a hair replacement procedure to further his successful acting career.
Actor Jeremy Piven, known for his character Ari Gold on the hit HBO series and movie Entourage, is in control of his life both on and off screen. He’s not the type to let hair loss set him back.
Did you know there are five key nutrients needed to maintain healthy hair? A well-balanced and healthy diet is crucial to looking and feeling great and having gorgeous hair is an important part of this equation.
Television stars feel the pressure of maintaining their looks on a different level than non-celebrities. Lights and cameras can be very revealing. When a celebrity suffers from hair loss it’s almost mandatory to do something about it. Two and a Half Men Star Jon Cryer has admitted to undergoing a hair replacement procedure.
Every so often a television series will take us back in time and tug at our nostalgic heartstrings. The hit TV series recently ended its eight year seven season run. This beloved television phenomenon took us through the 1960’s and early 70’s. In order to be true to each era, the show remained authentic down to every last style and look.
Hair loss does not discriminate. Anyone, male or female, young or old, can experience hair loss. Like most medical conditions, early detection is key. We all lose a certain amount of hair each day. Losing about 100 strands of hair a day is considered normal. Because significant hair loss is gradual it is tough to catch right away. The best defense is to be mindful and observant and pay attention to your scalp.
In the U.S. approximately 66% of women work more than 40 hours per week. Add family and daily household maintenance to the mix and you’ve got a recipe for stress. We know the obvious side effects of stress like high blood pressure, fatigue, or even serious heart conditions but one side effect that can blindside a woman is hair loss.
What do A.J. McLean, and Joey Fatone have in common? Besides being boy band legends they both have turned to the world of celebrity hair replacement to maintain their youth and good looks.