January 2017

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Short hairstyles for fat faces women

Cicatricial Alopecia Likewise known as scarring alopecia, cicatricial alopecia is a hair loss type that results from another hair loss complication and affects up to 25-30% of patients. It occurs when the hair follicles are extensively damaged, thus preventing hair regrowth. Caused by discoid lupus and lichen planus, cicatricial alopecia can only be treated if […] Read more

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Meg ryan shag haircut

Telogen Effluvium Another common form of hair loss is telogen effluvium (TE). This type of hair loss happens when multiple hair follicles stop producing hair, resulting in the overall thinning of hair on the scalp. Telogen effluvium can develop in two different ways: abrupt but short-lived and slow but more persistent. The sudden development of […] Read more

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Hairstyles mature women over 50

Types of Hair Loss and Their Basic Treatments Hair loss varies in type and severity. The most common type is the pattern baldness that affects men and women. Male-pattern baldness is distinguished by complete hair loss or a receding hairline with thinning of hair on the temples and crown. In women, pattern baldness is described […] Read more

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Long bobs for curly hair

All the hairs in our head are covered with the cuticle layer. Made from flattened dead hair cells, the cuticle layer helps keep our hair from being a knotted mess and makes grooming easier. Without it, your hair would be forever tangled and chaotic. When viewed under a microscope, the cuticle resembles overlapping roof shingles. […] Read more