Monthly: April 2014

It’s been said that how you choose to wear your hair conveys everything from your personality type to what kind of mood you’re in. In fact, everything from color to hair texture to cut can make a statement about who…

Wearable tech has become all the rage over the past year, with tech companies and even phone manufacturers scrambling to make watches that double as a cell phone and glasses that act as a tiny wearable computer. And now, another…

If ever there was a time for hats, it’s definitely in the winter. It gets significantly colder and there are snowstorms, along with sleet and rain. Luckily, the colder weather just gives us another excuse to wear fun hats.Here’s 5…

Winter in New York means gearing up for snow, ice, and windy weather. For human hair wigs, that means a few careful precautions need to be taken to make sure that your wig or hair replacement stays in great condition.1.

Androgenic alopecia is a pretty common occurrence, affecting around 70% of men and 40% of women. Although, you’ve probably heard it called by its more common name “male pattern baldness”. And yes, it can affect women the same way it…

One of the first questions we tell people to ask themselves when purchasing a wig is “What expectations do you have for your wig?”, and oftentimes we hear customers say that they want something that looks very natural. Human hair…

The leaves are changing and it’s getting to be that perfect time of year in New York, so it makes sense that it’s the perfect time to update your wardrobe and stock up on some great fall hair accessories. We…

Hair loss is the most obvious side effect of alopecia areata, but there are other tell-tale signs of alopecia areata that aren’t as noticeable. Today, we’re going to dive into those lesser known side effects and talk about how they’re…

Infections can happen in almost every part of the body, but one place you rarely think about getting an infection is in the hair follicles – but that’s exactly what folliculitis is. Commonly called “hot tub folliculitis” or “barber’s itch” because of the most common activities associated with contracting it, folliculitis is an infection that generally goes away on its on. While it’s not usually a serious condition, however, in extreme cases it can cause hair loss and scarring on the skin if not taken care of.What is Folliculitis?A hair follicle is a small pouch that lays host to a single hair follicle. Occasionally bacteria, yeast, or fungus makes it’s way into these follicles and causes an infection. Folliculitis can happen anywhere, but it generally shows up on the scalp, the face, and any place covered or rubbed by clothing.When this happens, the hair follicle gets red, swollen, itchy and…

Menopause can be a trying time in a woman’s life. A decrease in estrogen, coupled with the physical changes that the body experiences can provide a pretty potent cocktail that can cause all sorts of side effects. One of which…

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