We all experience a bad hair day every now and then and it’s natural. It’s like waking up on the wrong side of the bed. But for some, having a bad or depreciated hair is extensive and normal.
Who would want an unpresentable hair? Of course, no one. Here are some helpful ways to conceal a bad hair day:
1. Use wax or gel – Works for both gents and ladies, using gel while shaping your hair whichever way you want is a convenient and easy way to turn your bad hair day around. In a snap, your hair will glow with a hip style as well.
2. Braid it – For the ladies, this is one of the quickest and most common ways of offsetting a bad hair day. Think about it, you just put a little effort into braiding your hair and it should be all good in an instant. You can’t go wrong with that.
3. Wear a hat – Like braiding and using gel, wearing a hat is an instant solution to resolve a bad hair day or a thinning hair as well. This also works wonders for elders who would want to hide their thinned hair. Aside from being fashionable, putting a hat on instantly hides the majority of our hair without trying too hard.
4. Choose a haircut to match your styling preferences – This is more of a preventive measure. By choosing the proper and fit haircut and style for you, chances of having a bad hair day are limited since whichever way your hair goes, it will go back naturally to the haircut style you have.
While those are temporary solutions for a bad or thinning hair, there’s actually a treatment to solve your hair woes for good.
Shinagawa offers the best hair treatments including PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy for Hair Loss. This treatment stimulates both the stem cells and other cells in the microenvironment of the hair follicle, which causes inactive hair follicles to grow. Aside from promoting hair growth, it also strengthens hair follicles. People with receding hairlines, thinning hair, bald spot and alopecia can benefit from this effective hair therapy.
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