It's about time...
that women have a choice.
Women with thinning hair have had precious few options in the past.
There's the standard, machine-made wig, of course. But wigs provide
full coverage of the entire scalp. The problem is that the
majority of women with thinning hair are just that: thinning, not
bald. Why cover up the hair you have, or receive more coverage
than you need?
Of course, trying to tease and style the hair you do
have to give the appearance of increased volume is certainly an
option. But one that rarely results in a look that's flattering
to most women. Finally, there's the scarf, which is fine to
run errands in, but hardly appropriate for most social and work
The deep, dark secret.
Women's hair loss is nothing new. Nor is it more prevalent today
than it was fifty years ago. So why do women have such limited
This question is especially vexing when you consider how essential
appearance is to a woman, as well as the importance many women
attach to hair (as in, "having a good hair day"). Many believe that
it's the strong association with femininity that women attribute to
hair, as well as the incorrect assumption that "women don't go bald",
that has caused the subject of women's hair loss to be essentially
forgotten and ignored by all -- except sufferers of women's hair loss.
You've got company.
Did you know that over 20 million American women suffer from hair
loss? Not just older women, either: 10 million are under 40.
It's estimated that another 40 million women suffer from what
is termed "problem hair", that is, hair that is unusually fine,
or sparse, or hair that just won't grow to any appreciable length.
Actualize your true appearance.