When running a successful Hair Replacement business, you have to be able to educate your clients. Here is another example of how we communicate with our audience. We would love to help you learn to develop this type of relationship with your clients as well!
A woman’s hair is important to her. It is the frame that brings together all of the elements of her face. Hair has a language all of its own – it tells the world whether you’re casual or businesslike, playful or serious. So looking down at her brush, and, for the first time, noticing strands of hair can send a woman into a panic. Immediately, she might wonder, “Am I experiencing hair loss, or merely losing a few strands?”
The good news is there are some signs and questions you can ask yourself to determine if you are losing more hair than you should. I have been a hair loss specialist for over 30 years and have put together a list of five telltale signs that will help you determine if your hair loss is something to fret about – or not. Ask yourself these questions:
- When I wake up in the morning, is there hair on my pillow or in my bed?
- Do I look in the mirror on a regular basis and wonder how I’m going to keep people from noticing the hairless spots on my scalp?
- Despite my committed use of expensive and guaranteed-to-grow products (everything from shampoo to scalp stimulators), does my hair still not grow past a certain point?
- Have I, or a loved one, watched hair come out due to Alopecia, Trichotillomania, Chemotherapy, or another illness and felt powerless to do anything about it?
- Am I losing more than 100 hairs per day?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, then you are a likely candidate for treatment. My team and I understand that when discussing hair loss, it’s about so much more than that. It’s also about the loss of confidence, self-image, and identity. We can help recommend the right treatment solutions to help prevent further hair loss or help restore the hair that has already been lost.
Remember… Beauty & Change begin within,
– Jeffrey Paul