Tag: Hair Loss Solutions

The Benefits of Wearing Hair Extensions

Brunette woman with hair extensions

Have you ever wished you had long, luxurious locks? You, too, can have the mane of your dreams—all it takes is some quality hair extensions. Read on for a few benefits that come with hair extensions: Hair extensions can give you the length you’ve always wanted. Many of us have hair that just will not… Read more »

How Does Hair Grow and Why Do We Lose It?

Why does my hair keep falling out and where does hair come from in the first place? These are questions our clients often ask us. Knowing the answers to both can be very important when it comes to deciding on services like extensions or wigs. By the time we’re born, we already have 5 million… Read more »

People are Purchasing Wigs for their Eyebrows

If you’re dealing with thinning hair on your head, you may also be experiencing thinning hair in other places. Once your hair starts thinning, you may notice that your eyebrows are thinning as well. If you previously plucked your eyebrows to be thin or you are experiencing hair loss, it can be hard to get… Read more »

Caring for Your Wig during April Showers

Although Arizona doesn’t have as many April showers as other states do, we do still experience rain on occasion and especially in our summer months during monsoon season. We have talked a lot on our blog about the importance of caring for your wig in severe weather, and rain is no exception. Rain can fall… Read more »

Hints for First Time Wig Shoppers

If you have recently experienced significant hair loss or a tough health diagnosis, you might be considering getting a wig for the first time. For many women, wigs provide a sense of confidence and peace, and also allow women to show off their personal style. If you are looking to get your very first wig,… Read more »

Trichotillomania and Hair Replacement Solutions

Trichotillomania is a condition marked by a compulsion to pull out the hair on ones scalp, as well as eyebrows and eyelashes. This neurological disorder affects two to four percent of the population and is embarrassing and upsetting to those who suffer from it. While there is no cure for the disorder, treatment options are… Read more »