As much as we might want to have short hair, the reality is that people often find it difficult to keep it short.
They don’t have the time, and they can’t afford to buy a wig, they don’t want to wear a toupee or any of the other fancy hairstyles that many of us love to wear.
In a new article published on the UK’s Daily Mail website, dermatologist and author of The Short Hair Myth, Dr. Roberta Kallenbach says we have to be really careful about how we cut our hair.
“People have been asking me for some time why we have short and thick hair,” she said.
She was happy with it until recently when she started getting her hair cut, and her scalp started to get very dry. “
I have a friend who has long blonde hair, and has been in the same shop for a number of years.
She was happy with it until recently when she started getting her hair cut, and her scalp started to get very dry.
“She has been getting more and more severe hair losses.
I have never seen a condition that had such a drastic effect on someone’s hair.
The best thing that I can do is give her the option to try some different hair styles and see what works best for her.
“”You could just use a straight hair comb and apply a little oil or conditioner to it, or you could try a style that is not too long, and you could wear a little less to the roots and a little more to the tips.
“What are the risks?
“If you have a condition such as eczema, you will also want to avoid shaving too much. “
Short hair can cause skin irritation, especially if you have oily skin or if you are sensitive to oil,” said Dr Kallengbach.
If you do shave, it is important to remember that you will need to cut it back at least every three months to maintain the natural condition of your hair.””
For people with more severe cases of hair loss, the best thing to do is try to find a style you can live with, but be sure to give your hair a break a few months before you start.
If you do shave, it is important to remember that you will need to cut it back at least every three months to maintain the natural condition of your hair.”
If you want to get in touch with Dr Kallsenbach about your hair problem, she can be contacted via email at [email protected] or call her on 017116020.
Read more on The Daily Mail: The Daily Mail article: What you need to know about cutting your hair short