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Hair Extensions for Hair Loss & Thinning

Hair extensions can hide hair loss and provide a natural-looking solution for thinning hair. And with real human hair extensions expertly applied by hair loss specialist Louise, hair extensions can do wonders for your confidence.

Hair extensions can hide hair loss and provide a natural-looking solution for thinning hair. And with real human hair extensions expertly applied by hair loss specialist Louise, hair extensions can do wonders for your confidence.

Hair Loss Recovery

Hair loss and thinning hair can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of aging.

There are many hair loss treatments or hair extensions methods suitable for clients who suffer from thinning hair. Whether you are post-chemotherapy, suffer from alopecia, or trichotillomania, there’s a hair loss recovery process for you.

Extensions are a popular choice for patients suffering with severe anxiety disorders where they pull their hair out – and for good reason. Louise’s bespoke hair recovery service means every client is treated differently according to their personal needs. Applying extensions in this way means that it is completely safe without adding stress to any of the existing natural hair.

It is important to consider how much weight and tension is placed on your natural hair by hair extensions so getting an expert to apply them is equally as important. If you have fine hair, extensions give you thicker fuller-looking volume but you need extensions that will have little to no damage to the natural hair or the condition could worsen. Louise’s London salon in Oxford Circus specialises in hair extensions for hair loss and thinning hair.

Hair loss and thinning hair can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of aging.

There are many hair loss treatments or hair extensions methods suitable for clients who suffer from thinning hair. Whether you are post-chemotherapy, suffer from alopecia, or trichotillomania, there’s a hair loss recovery process for you.

Extensions are a popular choice for patients suffering with severe anxiety disorders where they pull their hair out – and for good reason. Louise’s bespoke hair recovery service means every client is treated differently according to their personal needs. Applying extensions in this way means that it is completely safe without adding stress to any of the existing natural hair.

It is important to consider how much weight and tension is placed on your natural hair by hair extensions so getting an expert to apply them is equally as important. If you have fine hair, extensions give you thicker fuller-looking volume but you need extensions that will have little to no damage to the natural hair or the condition could worsen. Louise’s London salon in Oxford Circus specialises in hair extensions for hair loss and thinning hair.

Hair Extensions for Trichotillomania

Hair extensions help with thinning hair and tape extensions work for people with all types of hair, including those who are experiencing thinning of any kind. Case in point: clients with trichotillomania (also known as trich, hair pulling disorder or compulsive hair pulling).

For people who live with this condition, their hair often becomes very thin and sometimes comes out in patches. As most women can imagine, this can be hard to deal with. But Louise has worked with hundreds of clients with this condition over the years, helping them get their confidence back.

Louise has treated a wide range of cases of trichotillomania, from mild right through to more excessive hair-pulling. Louise and her team take time to sit with each individual and work out the best treatment option for them.

As trich is a hair pulling condition, it’s understandable that some clients may be worried they’ll pull out the hair from the extensions. While we can’t speak for every client, we have certainly found that many people tend to pull their hair less while wearing the extensions. Many of Louise’s clients with trichotillomania have said having extensions fitted soothed their anxiety and desire to continue ‘picking’ or ‘pulling’ their hair.

Hair extensions help with thinning hair and tape extensions work for people with all types of hair, including those who are experiencing thinning of any kind. Case in point: clients with trichotillomania (also known as trich, hair pulling disorder or compulsive hair pulling).

For people who live with this condition, their hair often becomes very thin and sometimes comes out in patches. As most women can imagine, this can be hard to deal with. But Louise has worked with hundreds of clients with this condition over the years, helping them get their confidence back.

Louise has treated a wide range of cases of trichotillomania, from mild right through to more excessive hair-pulling. Louise and her team take time to sit with each individual and work out the best treatment option for them.

As trich is a hair pulling condition, it’s understandable that some clients may be worried they’ll pull out the hair from the extensions. While we can’t speak for every client, we have certainly found that many people tend to pull their hair less while wearing the extensions. Many of Louise’s clients with trichotillomania have said having extensions fitted soothed their anxiety and desire to continue ‘picking’ or ‘pulling’ their hair.

Chemotherapy Treatment and Hair Loss

Chemotherapy treatment often results in hair thinning or complete hair loss from the scalp. As a result, a lot of clients ring Louise’s London salon and ask how extensions can be attached with hardly any hair – and it’s a good question.

Whether hair extensions will work for you varies from client to client, as it does depend on how much hair you have and your specific situation or stage in the cancer recovery process.

There are a few different ways that Louise can give you the hair you’ve always wanted (or the hair you once had). One option is by using her unique installation method of tape-ins, which is incredibly gentle on your natural hair to avoid any further thinning or damage. In fact, tape extensions can even help your existing hair grow healthier and stronger over time, as the extensions will act as a barrier to protect it.

Chemotherapy treatment often results in hair thinning or complete hair loss from the scalp. As a result, a lot of clients ring Louise’s London salon and ask how extensions can be attached with hardly any hair – and it’s a good question.

Whether hair extensions will work for you varies from client to client, as it does depend on how much hair you have and your specific situation or stage in the cancer recovery process.

There are a few different ways that Louise can give you the hair you’ve always wanted (or the hair you once had). One option is by using her unique installation method of tape-ins, which is incredibly gentle on your natural hair to avoid any further thinning or damage. In fact, tape extensions can even help your existing hair grow healthier and stronger over time, as the extensions will act as a barrier to protect it.

Can cancer patients get hair extensions?

“‘Can I have hair extensions after chemo?’ is one of the most common questions I get asked and the simple answer is yes,” says Louise. “Hair extensions after chemo is common and I often use different hair extensions methods for client’s in post-chemotherapy hair recovery.

“Providing they have enough hair regrowth to properly attach the extensions to, hair extensions are a great hair loss recovery treatment if applied by a true professional. It’s all about placement and experts in hair loss will know how to strategically cover up any particularly thin patches.

“The tape hair extension technique is popular with my clients in hair loss recovery as it avoids the scalp itchiness they get with wigs and limits any kind of hair damage as your natural hair grows back.”

If Louise feels that the hair extensions are going to be detrimental to your natural hair growth, she won’t be able to install them. The best thing you can do is have a chat with her and together, you’ll find a method and hair loss recovery process which is right for you.

“‘Can I have hair extensions after chemo?’ is one of the most common questions I get asked and the simple answer is yes,” says Louise. “Hair extensions after chemo is common and I often use different hair extensions methods for client’s in post-chemotherapy hair recovery.

“Providing they have enough hair regrowth to properly attach the extensions to, hair extensions are a great hair loss recovery treatment if applied by a true professional. It’s all about placement and experts in hair loss will know how to strategically cover up any particularly thin patches.

“The tape hair extension technique is popular with my clients in hair loss recovery as it avoids the scalp itchiness they get with wigs and limits any kind of hair damage as your natural hair grows back.”

If Louise feels that the hair extensions are going to be detrimental to your natural hair growth, she won’t be able to install them. The best thing you can do is have a chat with her and together, you’ll find a method and hair loss recovery process which is right for you.

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