Every so often a television series will take us back in time and tug at our nostalgic heartstrings. The AMC hit TV series Mad Men 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. The most obvious “styles” were the hairstyles. Every man fantasizes about having that Don Draper debonair slicked back hair look. Most women would kill for Joan’s fly away sexy but professional updos or Betty Drapers perfectly quaffed bouffant.
Hairstyles do change over time but they also have a way of making a come back. For those suffering from excessive thinning hair or hair loss bringing back those old school hairstyles may be more difficult. The good news is there are many ways to get that full head of hair back. At New Look Institute we offer Custom Design Hair, a non-surgical custom hair replacement system for men. This system integrates with your existing hair and instantly leaves you with dense, fuller, natural looking hair that can be easily styled to give Don Draper a run for his money.
If you are a woman suffering from thinning hair but you want the full bouffant look or the loose carefree updo we have many options for you. You can have a beautiful new look in minutes with our Follea brand hair extensions. These extensions are imported from Europe and are made from 100% human hair. We will match your hair color perfectly to give you a flawless new look that would meet Mad Men’s Joan Holloways standards.
At New Look Institute we will treat you like a celebrity. We invite you to come in for a free, no obligation hair loss and scalp evaluation. A team of professionally trained hair loss specialists will discreetly meet with you in a private setting. We operate under a business philosophy that takes your confidentiality seriously. If you’re feeling nostalgic about the way your hair used to look, call us at (408) 279-4247 to book a consultation today.
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