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Approximately 1 in 42 million women in the USA will suffer from some form of hair loss each year. People normally have around 100,000 hairs on their scalp and most people will naturally shed around 50-100 hairs per day with regrowth occurring at a normal rate of approximately ½” per month.
If you notice your hair coming out in clumps or if you see it getting thinner over time, you should check with your doctor as there could be a medical condition developing, such as but not limited to a thyroid problem or hormone imbalance, two conditions which are treatable by your doctor.
It is estimated that approximately 30 million women in the USA are experiencing some form of thinning hair. Some chose to do nothing and others like yourself are seeking out information and potential solutions.
"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!!!"
Evening hours available by appointment.
Located within the
Small Stones Wellness Center at Froedtert
and The Medical College of Wisconsin