These are some pretty stressful times for everyone – and rather than tearing out our hair, some of us are seeing it fall out anyway. So let’s take a quick look at how stress and anxiety play a role in hair loss – but also offer up ten tips on how to counter those effects.
There are so many ways to wear our hair – but as we blogged recently, some of them can harm the scalp and disrupt healthy hair growth. Today, however, we’re looking at five hairstyles that can actually promote healthy hair growth. Hairstyles that still look great but take far less toll on your head.
Today we’re taking a quick but important look at the difference between dandruff and dry scalps. You see, dandruff and dry scalps may share the same main symptoms – falling flakes and itchy scalp – but they’re two entirely different conditions. In one – dry scalp – the skin is dealing with irritation. In the other – dandruff – the cause is an excess of oil on the scalp.
What causes our hair to fall out? It’s a question that’s stressful enough to make us pull out our own hair! Every day, we naturally lose around 50-100 hairs but that doesn’t explain why we experience major hair loss. So why does our hair fall out? And – better yet – what can we do to stop it?
We all want to look great – and for many of us, our hair is our crowning glory. There are so many things we can do with it too. Braids, pigtails, perms, waves, feathers, bangs, afros, buns, shags, pony tales… the list is endless and each style suits different people. But did you know that some hairstyles can lead to hair loss? Permanent hair loss? Now that’s a bad hair day.
Winter might look beautiful but it’s also a time for the constantly changing temperatures to affect our hair. You can wrap up all you want, but its insidious tendrils are reaching out to affect us in ways we haven’t imagined. Fortunately, we’re here to tell you how to protect your hair until Spring rolls around.