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I Just Discovered 2 White Strands Of Hair On My Head. I Am Shocked Because I Am Only 20. Upon

Lots of small white particle in my hair?

it can be dry scalp skin (I had the same a few years ago)
if it s that and you use ANTI-DUNDRUFF or clarifying shampoo it s going to get worse and worse (I did it because at first I thought was dundruff -.-)
1-use a shampoo specifically for dry or damage hair
( I use "tresemme")
2-switch from conditioners to hair masks ; they are much better for the dry scalp
(if you want to keep using the conditioner remember to apply it just at the ends of your hair because if it reaches the scalp can damage it )
3-olive oil is a good homeremedy to moisturize your scalp!
keep combining these 3 things until it goes away... it should work :)
(if it doesn't go to a dermatologist ^^)

good luck

Laser Hair Removal NEWBIE- Med/Dark Skin- Help!?

NO! You have to be fair skinned to get laser hair removal. When you go they test your skin every time before the treatment with a tester to see if you're too dark (from tanning or whatever) and black people can't get it done, sorry. The laser targets and burns dark color and passes through light color. If you did it, it would only blister and burn you skin and not provide results. Sorry... Okay... science answer: You grow in at least 80% of your hair during puberty. When you have laser hair removal the hairs it kills will never grow again. But you still have up to 20% of your normal thickness that will grow in throughout the rest of your life. So people get touch up sessions every 3-5 years after their big 6 treatments. You need about 6 treatments, one each 2 months for a year, because the hair grows in different stages and it can only kill hair in the active growth stage. The laser works by targeting dark color (the hair follicle) and passing through light color (the skin) the hair and skin have to be very different shades of color for the hair to work. It burns the dark color disabling the hair follicle so hair cannot grow from it again. The darker and coarser the hair and lighter the skin, the better results you will have. Okay... Personal Experience: I've had 4 out of my 6 treatments so far. It HURTS! It's like being poked with a sewing needle over and over, but it's not as painful as a tattoo, and that's not as painful as childbirth, maybe that can put the pain in perspective for you =) I've had my legs, underarms, and bikini area done. When you get your bikini area done they do ALL of it! Including spreading your butt and vaginal lips apart to laser all the cracks... It's sorta awkward. After the 4 treatments I've had so far I've lost about 80% of leg hair, 80% bikini hair, and 80% underarms hair. But the legs are the most painful. The more it hurts the better it works. I have only a few hairs left around my ankles but every time the ankles hurt the worst for me. I spent this much for 6 treatments in each area: Bikini-$750 Underarms-$750 Legs (toes to bikini)-$2,500 Email me if you have any more questions about it!

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Laser Hair Removal NEWBIE- Med/Dark Skin- Help!?

NO! You have to be fair skinned to get laser hair removal. When you go they test your skin every time before the treatment with a tester to see if you're too dark (from tanning or whatever) and black people can't get it done, sorry. The laser targets and burns dark color and passes through light color. If you did it, it would only blister and burn you skin and not provide results. Sorry... Okay... science answer: You grow in at least 80% of your hair during puberty. When you have laser hair removal the hairs it kills will never grow again. But you still have up to 20% of your normal thickness that will grow in throughout the rest of your life. So people get touch up sessions every 3-5 years after their big 6 treatments. You need about 6 treatments, one each 2 months for a year, because the hair grows in different stages and it can only kill hair in the active growth stage. The laser works by targeting dark color (the hair follicle) and passing through light color (the skin) the hair and skin have to be very different shades of color for the hair to work. It burns the dark color disabling the hair follicle so hair cannot grow from it again. The darker and coarser the hair and lighter the skin, the better results you will have. Okay... Personal Experience: I've had 4 out of my 6 treatments so far. It HURTS! It's like being poked with a sewing needle over and over, but it's not as painful as a tattoo, and that's not as painful as childbirth, maybe that can put the pain in perspective for you =) I've had my legs, underarms, and bikini area done. When you get your bikini area done they do ALL of it! Including spreading your butt and vaginal lips apart to laser all the cracks... It's sorta awkward. After the 4 treatments I've had so far I've lost about 80% of leg hair, 80% bikini hair, and 80% underarms hair. But the legs are the most painful. The more it hurts the better it works. I have only a few hairs left around my ankles but every time the ankles hurt the worst for me. I spent this much for 6 treatments in each area: Bikini-$750 Underarms-$750 Legs (toes to bikini)-$2,500 Email me if you have any more questions about it!

For the best answers, search on this site https://smarturl.im/aDU2w

What does Brazilian laser hair removal include?

Hi there,
There are many factors that can attribute to hair recession or massive hair fall and you need to find out which one exactly is responsible for the problem you are having now. Of course male pattern baldness is still the most common cause, but, for instance, if you are a woman things are deinitely different! This is the reason why you will need to really dig down and see the source of your problem.

Other causes of hair loss may include (both in men and women): severe mental or emotional stress, excessive use of coloring or bleaching agents, traction alopecia or excessive strain on the scalp due to braiding or corn rowing, hormonal changes, alopecia areata or hair loss due to autoimmune diseases, and many more. Each of these conditions will require a different approach in order to achieve success regardless of whether you're going to be using conventional or natural methods.

In my opinion it's much better to use natural methods as opposed to conventional ones, they're cheaper, have less to no side effects, and often more effective.

A good way of regaining your full head of healthy natural hair is well described on this guide: http://hairagain.toptips.org
Have a nice day

I wore my hair and beard buzzed very short when I worked as an IT/Business Intelligence consultant. When I retired I shaved the beard - my wife loved that and grew my hair longer.I was planning to grow it much longer. One day my wife (who used to be a hair dresser) asked if I would like her to cut my hair. I said sure and she cut it WAY shorter than I wanted. I didn’t say anything but I was upset. A day or so later she asked what was wrong and I told her I was upset that she cut my hair so short. She got really angry about it - my biggest problem was that she never asked how I wanted it cut. She said she would never cut my hair again and never has.My hair is now shoulder length and she hates it but lots of other women like it. I have never been flirted with so much. If she said - cut your hair short and we’ll have more sex, I would cut it in a heart beat.She also got her hair cut short and I am not a fan of the look. I don’t say anything but I find her look unattractive. I am sure she knows that. If she wants to feel attractive she needs to look attractive. If she doesn’t care, wear it however she likes.Don’t bother with the wig. Talk to your husband. If you want him to find you attractive maybe you need to grow you hair back. Meantime just give him lots of loving and let him know you care about what he thinks. Right now he thinks you don’t care about your sex life and certainly don’t care about his feelings.