In Hollywood, the fashion industry and politics, wigs have been used for centuries both as a cosmetic component of success and as a symbol of success itself, as well as for respect and reverence.
With many celebrities glorifying the bedhead look, dry shampoos and unwashed dirty hair, it can be hard to know what is right or “on trend.” The question, then, to ask yourself is, “What is healthy for my scalp?”
Male celebrities definitely aren’t exempt when it comes to hair loss. It may not look like it on screen, but many have had to deal with the problem—whether due to treatments, illnesses, or just the usual human concept of aging.
Alopecia, or hair loss, can be a distressing condition to live with, and finding a way of managing the problem can also be a challenge. Androgenetic alopecia affects over half the global population, including 50 percent of women over 65 and 40 percent of men over 40. However, one of the best ways of tackling alopecia is to use low dose laser hair therapy. Here’s how this treatment works and the types of people best suited to it.
At New Look Institute we believe it is important for businesses to give back. So many people in the world are in need and if you are fortunate enough to have all of your daily needs met then giving to others is the right and charitable thing to do. We recently began giving monthly donations to a wonderful organization called “When I Grow up – Empowering Children in Extreme Poverty”.
Millions of people around the world suffer from hair loss and female celebrities are no exception.
Hair loss can happen to anyone, regardless of race, age or lifestyle. Here are how a few of the world’s most famous male celebrities deal with this reality.
Hair plays a huge role in self-esteem. It can make or break it, boost or destroy it. If you are experiencing emotional setbacks due to hair loss, don’t despair. The New Year is a great time to improve your self-confidence. Here are some practical ways to achieve that:
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.