We have all heard horror stories about the side effects of menopause: hot flashes, weight gain, rapid mood swings that take you from Princess to Evil Witch in 2.2 seconds. What about thinning hair or hair loss? Yes it can happen. And it can be disheartening to say the least. We all want to age with grace and look our very best in the years to come. Best of all, it is possible.
Ready to take your hair to the next level, than give it a few more inches in length. The latest trends in men hair style seem to be pointing to a longer razors edge look. Once you have the desired length and it has the proper cut pomade, gel or some natural all about haircare will give you the control you need and help you keep your new found mane in place. Remember clean is key, and you can pull off a clean look with longer hair it just takes a little bit more work.
First, don’t wash your hair every day. This isn’t a bad idea even for people who don’t have colored hair (shampoo strips hair of it’s natural oils and can dry it out), but it’s especially important for people who do.
Noticeably absent in all of this is the tag team known as Kita and Mo. When T.O. was on top of the world, the power duo was attached to his side as if they were auditioning for a remake of “Stuck on You.” While the cameras were rolling, they were always there to offer timely advice and support.
In 2011, short hairstyles for women more popular are the bob and the pixie cut. Many celebrities have been seen sporting both short haircuts and got a positive reaction from fans and fashion experts. With the right facial textures and cheekbones, bob and pixie haircuts women can look met without make them look childish.
About 30% of menopausal women are affected by hair loss, or alopecia. It is caused primarily by the hormone fluctuations of mid-life. Progesterone drops. Estrogen drops. When the end result is a net gain in available testosterone, women begin to notice hair loss on the head, much like male pattern baldness.
Spring water, sprayed onto your hair, can revitalize a flat hairdo. Just simply spray the water on the hair and then lightly rub it in using the palms of your hands in a circular motion. This can help volumize your hair.
Avoid exposing your hair to UV rays any more than you have to. Wear hats or use hair products with sunscreen in them when you go outside to keep your hair color from fading.