Human hair lace front wig can create natural looking hairline.it
looks very natural when wear correctly. their is lace base cap at
front, the lace front wig can be worn a way that lets you style the hair
away from your face,show a natural looking front hairline.A high
quality human hair lace front wigs
allows you to style it the same way that you do your natural hair.while
a human hair full lace wig can be styled the same way as a human hair
lace front wig,and as natural as it.
Choose those high quality 100 percent human hair wigs that can ensure
looks natural.You have many quality scope to choose from when selecting
a lace front wig or a full lace wig.Even though a wig may be described
as “human hair,” it doesn’t always mean that it’s made with 100 percent
human hair.Sometimes human hair was combined with animal hair,such as
yak, angora or horse hair.A 100 percent human hair lace front wig is
generally a high quality wig and is more expensive.
Before buying a human hair full lace wig or lace front wig,consider
the way the hair was handled before making of the human hair wig,and how
it was attached to the wig cap.The best quality front lace wigs are
made with what is called Remy hair, which means the hair cuticles was
kept in the proper alignment after being cut, and is attached to the wig
in the same direction as it’s originally grew,which can ensure human
hair wigs won’t tangle.full lace wigs and front lace wigs are all
hand-tied wigs and they are more natural looking than those wigs have
machine weaved hair.
Alopecia is the thinning of the hair of any extent up to total baldness. It is normal to men and part of the ageing process in males; though it is not an illness. The rate at which men become bald, if indeed they lose their hair at all, is likely to be down to their genes. Typical male hair loss is also permanent.
In females, hair also becomes thinner as they age, although there should be no actual baldness. Baldness may also be caused by various diseases, maybe a side effect of some drug treatments or by hormonal disorders and occasionally after childbirth and traumatic experiences, such as bereavement or terror.
Here are some ‘male pattern alopecia‘ signs:
Hair recedes from the forehead and temples
Hair becomes progressively thinner on the crown
These areas of recession become larger and join up until hair remains on the sides and back of the head
Alopecia can also affect body hair including that in the private part
So Are the Treatment Options for Hair Loss?
For pattern baldness or hair loss resulting due to hereditary reasons, Rogaine (topical minoxidil) and Propecia (finasteride) are the only FDA approved drugs to treat such issue.
However, don’t fret as permanent hair loss can also be treated by hair replacement procedures, such as hair transplant. The procedure can be micro-grafting, slit grafting, punch grafting, depending on the circumstances and option of the patient.
If you are a men with male-pattern baldness, or a woman with female-pattern (hair loss due to genetics reasons), or perhaps a person who has lost some but not all hair as a result of burns or other scalp injuries, a hair replacement procedure may just be for you. Just make sure that you have it in trusted clinics with properly trained people and adequate facilities. Do take note though that Alopecia and Alopecia areata are two different conditions.
Finally my long wait is over! I just had my hair rebonded and guess what? I did not really spend so much to have my hair done (rebonded). I always had my hair straight but then I got bored with it and decided to have it curled. You know girls, always worried of how we look..I actually liked the curl effects on me, it gave me a different look…Until again I got bored of it and also I began to worry since I noticed frequent hair falls and my hair became hard to manage..I am almost afraid of combing it because of the hair fall whenever I do that and the breakage is just terrible! So then I decided to restore my old hair and old me but I was worried of the expenses because my hair is very long (waste length). I’ll be spending a fortune if I’ll have this done in the parlor.
So me and my friends decided to do it ourselves!! (geezzz! none of us ever did this before promise!) surprisingly I did not worry a bit! Our philisophy was “As long as we know how to read and follow the instruction, we will not go wrong!” So off we went to a beauty care store and asked the sales lady which hair rebonding treatment is best to use, she gave us a lot of tips and told us, there’s not much of difference between manufacturers. It all depends on how the chemical is applied and how the rebond is done. Okay, so we learned a lot from her. For my hair I decided to have AhGlow since according to the saleslady it is what my favorite parlor uses and it’s also a bit cheaper compared to Wella. For these 5 I spent 1,100 PHP and mind you, I did not consume all of it so I can still use it next time, my mom wanted to use it anyway :). When I went back to the office, we were happy to know that a lot noticed and gave me great comments and even asked who did it and how much did I spend for it!
I’ll show you how to do it and the result of my hair after the jump..