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Frenquently Asked Question about Hairloss in Women
Q.  What are some of the causes of hair loss in women?

 

Hair loss can be caused by any numer of conditions and cirsiustances including medical conditions, heredity, certain medications and health conditions: 
1. Female pattern balding: If you have a relative with pattern balding you may experience the same thing.

2.  Trichotillamania: Caused by an OCD, characterized by obssessive hair pulling.

3.  Alopecia comes in various forms: Here are some of the most popular forms of alopecia.  

a. Alopecia areata (patchy) ...

b. Persistent patchy alopecia areata. ...

c. Alopecia totalis. ...

d. Alopecia universalis. ...

e. Diffuse alopecia areata. ...

f.  Ophiasis alopecia.

4.  Improper use of chemicals.  

5.  Some high blood presssure Medications

6.  Some Hair Extension Methods:                          Especially when adhesives like glue is used in the process.                                                                         

7.Bad Hair Weaves  When hair is braided too tight, or tracks are left in the hair too long.
What are Hair Extensions?
Pole Weaving:                                                                                     The Christina Method. This was the original method for weaving hair.  Developed by African American Ladies, before integration. It was done using the "pole method", (this was called the  "The Christina Method".)  African American ladies in South Georgia USA, began weaving Human hair onto their own hair in the 1950's, using the same weaving techniques their ancesters used to weave fabrics in Africa centuries ago. 
 
The hair was actually woven on a "loom" using weaving poles,which is why this i sometimes also called "Pole Weaving".  This method is still taught at Bronner Brothers International Hair Show, in Atlanta Ga.               See: Youtube video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML3KR7v8NVs
Today there are numerous methods for enhancing human hair all of which are now called hair extensions... 
                                                                                            Here are some of today's most popular methods.
Hand Sewn:
The Hand Sewn Method was originally called "Hair Enhancements"...Developed by "The Hair Genie in 1962 Chicago Il USA.  This method is used to make natural hair look longer and or fuller, using a very small braid called a "Micro-Trac to hand sew the hair onto the head.

 

There is little or no risk of hair loss with this method, however this method requires tightening and regularly scheduled maintenance. 
Fusion:
This is a method developed by those who can not braid hair. Here adhesives are attached to the ends of each piece of hair.  When heated the adhesived is activated, the extension hair is then "glued" to your own hair usually at the scalp.
 
 
Beads/Metal Clamps
This is another method for those who can not braid. This method uses either small metal beads or clamps. The extension hair is attached to the scalp hair using a modified "wire plyer" type tool.  The hair is place inside the bead or clamp and closed rightly around the clients own hair, ususally at the scalp.  These clamps/beads are easy to install.  Anyone who can use wire plyers can put these hair pieces in...Geting them out; is another matter.
Bonded Weave..i.e. Adhesive/Glue
Here we have a play on words.  In hair enhancements the worded "bond" always means "glued".  This is usually referred to as a "Quick Weave", it is meant to be temporary, prolonged use will cause hair loss.
Clip-ins
This is the easiest, least expensive and safest way to add thickness or length to your own hair, without damage.  Most clip-ins have many different pieces and many tiny little clips.  At LA Hair we keep it simple.  Here you get the same look as the mose expensive hand sewn enhancements, minus the labor cost.  You get the same high-end quality human hair, and the same wide selection of colors and racial textures.  Here, you get just 3 pieces with just 3 clips each.  Our 1-2-3 Clip ins are as easy to use as 1-2-3!

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