Haircut

The Secrets of a Good Haircut

Our DNA is responsible for everything about us and it makes us who we are. According to Carmelo Guastella, grooming is no exception and a good haircut is the DNA of good grooming. Once a man has a good haircut he has a blueprint of a personalized look which will suit him exactly, according to…

What are the hair loss causes?

Several  factors affecting both genders contribute to hair loss: scalp bacteria, stress, poor nutrition, hormonal imbalances, and genetic baldness are at the top of the list. The Hair Loss Causes In many cases, hair loss may be caused by a combination of these factors but genetic pattern baldness is by far the most dominant factor, accounting for nearly…

What is the life cycle of hair?

  The production of hair is not continuous but cyclic. The growth phase (Anagen) is succeeded through a transitional phase of regression (Catagen), by the rest phase (Telogen), and the cycle is preserved. During the relatively long Anagen phase (lasts for 1,000 days, i.e. 2- 5 years), the matrix cells divide, become keratinized and hair…

What is my norwood class?

The need of classifying the progression of hair loss and alopecia is not only obvious, but also decisive for the communication between specialists. Most importantly, depending on the stage of alopecia that Norwood-Hamilton Scale of Male Pattern Baldness 23 The Anatomy of Hair Follicle the patient is in, classification systems serve as a foundation, enabling…

Hair loss

Facts about Hair Loss

The production of hair is not continuous one, but instead occurs in cycles. The growth phase is known as Anagen, followed by the transitional, regressive phase Catagen, and then the resting phase of Telogen. During the relatively long Anagen phase, which lasts for 1,000 days or 2-5 years, the matrix cells divide, become keratinized, and hair is produced.…

Hair loss in women

Hair Loss in Women

Women are likely to be proactive in matters affecting their health, appearance and self-image. Good nutrition, regular exercise, regularly scheduled personal and professional physical examinations and knowledge of her own body are all part of a woman’s unwillingness to accept preventable or treatable shortcomings of health and appearance.