Does Visiting the Salon Affect Hair Loss?
Everyone loves going to the salon and getting their hair cut. The smell of the shampoo, the scalp massage, even the sound of electric razors and scissors are cathartic, especially after a long day. However, what people may not realize is that too many trips to get your hair cut or styled may actually result in hair loss. Some of the processes that hairstylists use may actually be causing permanent damage to your hair. What once was a fun experience could cause serious issues down the road.
What Your Hairstylist Won’t Tell You
One of the best parts of having hair is the ability to manipulate it to suit your personality. Hairstylists and barbers will often tell you that dying your hair is one of the only ways to truly make a look unique. Salon dyes, however, are very harmful to the hair follicle and can cause permanent damage.
If a hairstylist has ever had to bleach your hair to lighten the color, you may have damaged your hair cuticle. This may be okay once or twice, but repeat offenders with genetic dispositions to hair loss are only increasing their chance of hair loss.
In addition, despite what a hairstylist will tell you, it’s actually not the best idea to put tons of product in your hair. Often times people at salons will lather your head in good smelling creams and sprays, hoping to entice you into coming back. These serums can actually stunt hair growth and can make an unfortunate hair loss situation even worse.
If you are one of the unfortunate few who are now experiencing hair loss, you may feel like there is no hope. You may believe that you will never get your self-confidence back. But Hairline Ink has got your back.
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