I started my career as a beautician at seven when I opened my own bedroom salon. I painted nails, braided hair, and I even applied makeup like a pro. You can say that I have always had an interest in beauty, and I naturally attended beauty school immediately after I graduated high school. When the time came to find a job, I started my own salon with a small loan from my mother. I wanted my salon to be special, so I worked with clients to teach them what I knew about hair care techniques. Throughout the years, I have learned that most people know very little about their hair. They believe that the hair needs to be washed every day and they also think that conditioner is enough to treat dry locks. I started this blog so I could educate the public on a larger scale about hair care.
It doesn't seem fair that men like Bruce Willis, Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, and Ed Harris look handsome even though they have lost their hair. Yet, have you seen any pictures of beautiful women celebrities who are bald? Probably not often. You are probably thinking that it's totally unfair that you are now experiencing hair loss. Maybe you didn't even notice until your long-time beautician pointed it out. Or you might see more strands of hair on your comb than you used to. Read on for some information that might turn out to save the day.
Things You Can Do Yourself - You might not be able to stop your hair loss, but you can help to keep the hair you have.
Get Help From A Dermatologist - Maybe you have used a dermatologist before for your problematic skin or to help your teenagers with acne problems. If you don't already have a dermatologist, now is a good time to find one.
The dermatologist will probably have his or her assistant take close-up pictures of your scalp so that they can be compared with pictures after you've used the hair growth product. Be very consistent in using the product, using it as your doctor directs.
In addition, be very patient. It is very likely that you'll have to use the minoxidil for several months before you see real results. Then you'll see tiny little hairs start to sprout. In about a year, you'll probably see real results. The pictures that were taken at the dermatologist's office will be the proof that your treatment is working.Share
29 April 2020