Your hair appointment is more than just a haircut and casual conversation about you - you need to know how you can make sure your hair is the healthiest and happiest it’s ever been. Use these questions to get the conversation started, so that you can leave the salon chair on a journey to your best hair.
The fourth and final part in a series about what it was like to parent a child with trichotillomania (a hair-pulling disorder). This week is all about forgiving and accepting yourself for your trichotillomania.
The second part in a series about what it was like to parent a child with trichotillomania. This week is all about lessons learned as a parent of a child with special needs, and how my mom's parenting styling has evolved over the years.
This is the first part in a series about raising a child with trichotillomania, a hair-pulling disorder. This video is all about first impressions to trichotillomania, and realizing your child has a mental illness.
Everyone who loses hair has hair loss. FALSE. If that were the case, we’d all have hair loss, right? This week on the blog, I’m discussing the important distinction between hair loss and hair shedding.
I’m breaking down the hairstyles you want to avoid to make sure you aren’t causing excessive damage to your hair. This doesn’t mean that these are off-limits for the rest of time, but they’re not ones you want to wear everyday.
Growing up with trichotillomania, I had no idea so many women were unhappy with their hair. Call it naïveté or maybe even jealousy, but I couldn't imagine that women who didn't suffer from trich or alopecia had anything to complain about.