• Delicious

Help For Thinning Hair | Michael Anthony Salon Tips

Posted by Mickey B.

Have you ever wanted to ask your stylist if your hair is thinning or receding? Maybe you’ve been afraid of finding out. If so, you are not alone. About 40 million women and men claim to “hate their hair” for this very reason.

I get that question quite often from my clients and I’m so glad they trust me enough to bring it up. When you think about it, who better to ask than your stylist? We see your hair often and know it just as well as you do. If it is a concern and you have not already raised the question, please don’t hesitate. In fact, ask us how to stop thinning hair. You might just be surprised!

What Can Cause Thinning Hair?

When the hair follicle suffers from poor blood flow or a hormone by-product called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the hair follicle progressively diminishes until it’s permanently gone. Stress, diet, and lack of exercise can also be factors.

The Hair Growth Cycle

You may think you are losing hair based on the amount you see in the shower or tub every time you shampoo. Do not worry. The average person sheds up to 100 hairs a day. That is not bad when you consider the average person is considered to have 1000 hairs per square inch. Some of it has to go! It is part of a natural hair growth cycle that has three phases:

  • Growth (Anagen),
  • Resting (Telogen) and
  • Shedding (Catagen).

Help For Thinning Hair

There are many ways to have thicker fuller hair. Hair extensions, wigs, or hair pieces are always a great option. Taking vitamin supplements can help or the use of a keratin fiber that is shaken into the hair to fill in thin spots are a few more temporary solutions.

Technology has come a long way in the area of hair care. In recent years, laser treatments have been introduced to stimulate blood circulation and help grow hair. Ask your stylist what he or she knows about this, and get their opinion on whether laser technology might be a good solution for you.

Enjoy your hair!
Mickey

Connect

Form View Counter