Stages of Thinning Hair

Beginning

hair loss begins in a diffused patter on top of the head; minimal loss

Mid/Progressive

hair loss becomes more noticeable, may start to see more scalp

Advanced

hair loss is very noticable, scalp is clearly visible


Area of Hair Loss

Front/Fringe

Part

Top

Crown

Diffused

Total/Complete

 

Tip Be sure to factor in clip attachments on base. There must be a sufficient amount of hair to attach clip to. Adhesive is a secondary option.

The extra mile

"Julie is a true professional, which is evident in the sincere caring and concern she has for her clients. She goes that extra mile when choosing hair color and style to match her client's personality.

For years, I suffered with thinning hair.  Then, what little hair I had left, turned gray, and it looked even worse.  Adding to that, I developed skin cancer right on my hairline.  What was once a widow’s peak, was now a half-dollar size surgical incision.  I took charge and made the decision to try a wig…one of the best personal decisions I ever made. 

I have fun with my wigs; I’m always willing try new styles and colors.  I get lots of compliments on my “hair” and how young I look for my age.  I’m 70 and have earned every wrinkle.  Like I said, I have fun and I’m not ashamed to admit to those that compliment me, “It’s a wig.”  I wish I’d have made the switch a long time ago! 

Although Julie’s salon carries a wide selection of wigs and hairpieces, she enthusiastically works with you, and will order something new and exciting, if you’d like more options.  I can’t thank her enough for helping me through all my challenges.  Thanks, Julie!!!"

Chris F.

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