Entries by Roger Parker

A Way to Prevent Hair Loss

Hair loss, for lots of men and women, is very common. Because there is no cure for hair loss, the feeling of being powerless is normal, especially if you are between the ages of 20 and 40 and genetics are playing a role in your hair loss. Most guys take an “if it’s not broke, […]

Best Hairstyles for Men Based on Face Shape (Infographic)

Male pattern baldness and other types of hair loss can drastically affects a man’s appearance. It can also diminish his self-esteem and self-image but that doesn’t need to be the case. Creative Hair Replacement in Tupelo is a leader in men’s non-surgical hair replacement and thinning hair solution breakthroughs. Men experiencing hair loss and thinning […]

Millennial Men: Coping With Hair Loss

Millennial Men are Losing Their Hair For a lot of men, they expect to have some hair loss. At around 35 years of age hair loss begins for two thirds of males. Over 85% of men experience thinning hair or hair loss by the time the hit 50 years old. You know who’s not expecting […]

How to Take Care of Your New Human Hair Wig

How to Take Care of Your New Human Hair Wig Finding and selecting the right wig is a huge challenge. A beautiful wig can be a life changer for many women, especially if you are suffering from female hair loss, and it is more than just an investment in a wig: it is an investment […]

Top 2017 Men’s Hair Styles (Infographic)

When a man starts to experience male pattern baldness or thinning hair, it can drastically how he looks at himself in the mirror, sending his self-image “down the drain” and how other perceive him, particularly if you happen to be a young man in your late teens or early twenties. But thanks to the latest […]

Alopecia Areata: Questions and Answers

ALOPECIA AREATA. Perhaps you noticed a small, round bald spot on the back of your head while you were washing your hair. Or, as you were preparing to shave your legs, you saw a patch of smooth, hairless skin on your calf. Both scenarios and many others could be the first signs of alopecia areata. […]