Hair loss… on a woman? It’s happening to increasing numbers of us – and it eats away at your femininity like an acid

Hair Expert and Author Toni Love Presents Third Annual Toni Love Hair Loss and Business Conference

My smile is big and my make-up perfect but, as always, my thin hair and 4in bald patch spoil my look. I started life with hair so bushy my father used to say I looked like the American comedian Harpo Marx. But in the Seventies – when I was 16 and long, straight hair was in fashion – I took the fateful step of having it straightened at a local salon. Bald truth: Wendy today, left, and right, after hair transplant surgery seven years ago I had a terrible reaction to the chemicals they used, suddenly feeling as if my scalp was on fire. My hair fell out in big clumps, leaving it thin and sparse, and I was horrified to be told the damage was irreversible. I spent a fortune consulting a trichologist, who informed me the hair-straightening debacle had triggered pattern baldness. I’d inherited the risk of this from my father, who was balding by the age of 25.
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Hair Loss – Home Treatment

The conference will specifically address issues concerning hair loss and baldness, a matter that affects millions of people regardless of age, race and gender. Though hair loss disease is not life threatening, The American Hair Loss Association has recognized that hair loss is a serious life altering condition that can no longer be ignored by the medical community and society as a whole. The Toni Love Hair Loss and Business Conference will offer sessions for hair professionals covering topics that include bridging the gap between dermatology and cosmetology; learning how to develop relationships with doctors;interlocking hair extensions and covering bald spots without braids and glue; starting a business, the steps for setting up a hair loss center and more. “I am passionate about hair,” reveals Toni. “Whether you are a man or a woman, hair is our crowning glory. I am driven to infuse hair professionals with the proper tools, education and just as important, the mind set, to handle issues of hair loss with their clients. The Hair Loss and Business Conference is a two day intensive that is loaded with valuable information, insight and perspective.” With over 20 years in the hair industry, Toni Love’s Hair Loss and Business Conference is just one of the many assets which continue to propel her legacy as a definitive hair expert.
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Wendy pictured with her hair piece

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Female Hair Loss Tackled Ahead of Autumn Party Season

This may be easier for women because inherited hair loss ( androgenetic alopecia ) causes a general thinning that is usually not as severe as it is in men. Hair sprays, dyes, and perms can help make the hair appear fuller. In women with inherited hair loss, hair care and the occasional use of grooming products, hair sprays, hair color, teasing, permanents, or frequent washing will not increase hair loss. But if your hair loss is caused by hair care, then perms and dyes may contribute to more hair loss. Recommended Related to Hair Loss See All Male Pattern Baldness Topics
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