Hair is the most versatile fashion accessory, as it goes with every outfit a person wears. For a woman, it goes with an evening gown or a nightgown. Hair is an integral part of a person's self-esteem and self-image; great hair is often the difference between self-confidence and self-consciousness, and it can also be the difference between enjoying a night on the town and staying at home. Imagine the emotional anguish experienced by women with fine, thin hair — hair that is insufficient to cover the top and crown of the head, the areas that everyone sees.
Although many women have used extensions to add length and thickness to their hair style, no add-on hair systems have ever really addressed the top and crown of the head. For women with fine, thin hair on the top and crown — whether the result of chemotherapy, alopecia,an imbalance of hormones, blood thinner/pressure medicine, thyroid problems, menopause, stress, or simply being born with the thin hair gene — there traditionally have been few options. Most attempts to address this challenging need are costly, time-consuming, and ineffective. For women who have an allergy to chemical coloring or whose hair has been so chemically over-processed that it is essentially "fried" or "broken," there have been no options that guarantee consistent, vibrant, luminous color.
The most rewarding part of what I do as a stylist is making women look and feel beautiful. To see a woman leave my salon looking gorgeous, with a big smile on her face, is sensational! In 20 years of styling and establishing relationships, I have encountered some pretty challenging scenarios. The most challenging has been treating fine hair, with no density, that is thinning.
Some options women have tried in their desire for thicker, fuller, more dense hair are cosmetic products, which are designed to plump up hair shafts. These products are great if one already has hair, but they will not grow hair in a thin area. Pharmaceutical products exist that claim to re-grow hair, but the down side to these products is that they are systemic and require the application of a chemical twice a day, every day, for the rest of your life — with no guarantee of success. Another option for many women is a wig. The challenging part of a wig is that it is hot, constrictive, and restrictive, as it provides no versatility. Simply put, it looks like a wig. The last option is hair replacement surgery — which is exactly that, surgery. Most people will require two surgeries, depending on the severity of thinning, as the hair surrounding the donor hair may eventually fall out.
Although many women have been searching fruitlessly in the desert of thin hair, finally there is an oasis: the Evolve Volumizer. The Evolve Volumizer is a nonsurgical, integrated hair replacement system. It consists of 100 percent human hair that's lightweight and conforms to the shape of the top and crown of the client's head. It can be worn for up to five weeks before being disconnected and reconnected. Each hair on the system is hand-tied, to create volume on the top and to lay flat and blend in with the sides of a client's head shape. The system can be cut to your individual style and blow-dried, ironed (curl and flat), dried naturally, braided, tucked behind your ear, or put up into a pony or chignon for evening wear.
The Evolve Volumizer is exclusive to Bliss HairSpa and addresses all of the needs and wants a woman has for fuller, thicker, denser hair. It produces immediate results and requires no glue, no adhesives, and no chemicals. It can also be integrated with extensions, to add length to your desired style.
For more information about the Evolve Volumizer and to book your free consultation today, call Lisa, a certified Evolve stylist.