Don’t call it a comeback, but wigs are blowing up the fashion industry, again. In the 1970’s the wig craze hit the runways in such a way that many French couture labels created their own lines of wigs. It seems that Kendall Jenner and her BFF Gigi Hadid have given wigs a boost back into runway fashion.
As we get older we all love to go through our photo albums and reminisce about the days of old. The realization that usually stands out the most is how much our hairstyles have changed over the years. Even if you were trending with the times looking back at your different hairstyles can be borderline traumatizing. Let’s take a trip down memory lane with the iconic looks of the decades past.
For mom’s who are expecting Mother’s Day is extra special. Pregnancy can take a toll on a woman’s body and for some maintaining a strong, healthy head of hair can be challenging. Being pregnant causes an influx of hormonal changes and one of the side effects can be dry and brittle hair. Often times it will begin to fall out. If your pregnancy is causing hair loss there are safe measures you can take on your own to keep your hair thicker, healthier and fuller this Mother’s Day.
There are many myths regarding where red hair comes from. Some of these involve connections with lottery winnings or vampires, but either way red hair itself is rarely ignored. Red hair has been associated with differences in pain tolerance, easy bruising, temperature change sensitivity, increased likeness for left-handedness, and is even rumored to be heading towards extinction because of its rarity. On the contrary, it appears that red hair is here to stay and will continue to maintain its coveted status.
Trichotillomania is a hair pulling disorder or compulsive hair pulling that is commonly classified as an obsessive-compulsive related body focused repetitive condition. People suffering from this condition have an uncontrollable urge to pluck hairs from their eyelashes, scalp, eyebrows, pubic region, or other body parts to the point where bald spots appear.
No matter what your gender or age, one could assume you would strive for hair that could be described as thick and shiny, rather than thin and stringy. If you notice that you are experiencing less hair on your head and more in the shower drain, don’t worry. On many occasions, hair loss is reversible.