top of page
CJ7.jpeg

OUR  STORY

While training in a very prestigious Beverly Hills salon as a colorist, I encountered a well known actress who’s first and final lead role tanked at the box office.

 

She was under going severe depression, stress, and noticeably losing her hair. The other stylists were completely indifferent and ignorant about the subject. This was my first and most important lesson; what seems to other to be “no big deal” it actually is for most people.

Hair replacement goes much deeper than vanity. The psychological aspects of shame, low self esteem that some clients suffer is greatly under estimated.  

Nearly 50 million men and 30 million women in the United States suffer from hereditary hair loss, known as androgenetic alopecia, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Countless others lose hair due to chemotherapy, psychological issues, surgery, medication, or excessive styling.

WHAT'S NEW?

Will Smith's famous “slap” defending his wife's decision  to shave her head after being diagnosed with Alopecia  finally got people talking about a subject that’s far from funny to those who suffer from hair loss.

chris-rock-slap-will-smith-slap.gif
bottom of page