With few exceptions, we all have hair. Everyday, we wash, brush, shave and sometimes obsess over our strands while taking for granted the fascinating process of hair growth—even if we often wish we could control it. No man welcomes that unruly nose or ear hair that appears with age and instead often wish for ample scalp, eyelashes, eyebrows or beards.
The 2019 Grammys are over, but that won’t stop us from talking about some of the biggest stars in music, and their hair!
While you may think that the Grammys is just about music, fashion and style play a huge role in the awards show as well. Walking the red carpet in a fabulous dress, or off-the-wall outfit, is all part of the fun that musicians bring to show.
Hair transplants have been around since their humble beginnings in 1930’s Japan where surgeons performed eyebrow and eyelash grafts on returning Japanese soldiers who had sustained facial injuries during the war.
Over the next 90 or so years, advancements in technology and medical break-throughs made natural-looking hair transplants a reality for millions of men suffering from male pattern baldness.
If you’re considering a hair transplant procedure, it’s essential to understand the different areas of your scalp and how they’re affected by hair loss. Each region requires hair loss experts to employ different techniques and strategies to achieve proper hair restoration.
In addition, every zone plays a unique role when it comes to hair loss and hair restoration surgeries. Without understanding these characteristics, it’s difficult for patients to grasp how a hair transplant works and why certain decisions should, or shouldn’t, be made.
Nobody wants to be the young, balding guy. But unfortunately, the genetic cards are simply stacked against some of us holding onto our hair for the long haul. Though most men will experience hair loss during their lifetimes, according to GQ, about one-fifth will notice hair thinning in their late-20s. A smaller number even see balding in their teens.
The weather outside may be frightful. So why should your wintertime hair look that way? There’s no denying the long winter months make add challenges to maintaining full, healthy. The cold season also creates itchy, flaky scalps, which according to Healthline, can even cause hair loss in severe cases.
There’s nothing quite like the joys of motherhood; Humming lullabies to your newborn. Seeing the wonder in their eyes as they discover the world. Your hair falling out in clumps a few months after bringing home your bundle of joy.
Ok. Maybe that’s not one of the more beautiful parts of becoming a mom—but postpartum hair loss, also called postpartum alopecia, is a surprisingly common issue many women avoid discussing. However, they are all far from alone.
Brad Pitt. Ron Swanson. David Beckham. These men are the epitome of masculinity, and what do they all have in common? Great facial hair. Even if you rock the clean-shaven look, what guy doesn’t desire growing a lumberjack-worthy beard or mustache once in a while? But if disappointment strikes as every attempt leads to patchy spots and sparse hairs—you’re not alone.