March 31 2007 Hair Newsletter
Stress is dangerous for your hair!
* Stress causes the constriction of the capillaries which feed the hair follicles. When this happens, the amount of oxygen and nutrients nourishing the hair are dramatically reduced.
* Stress affects the arrector pili muscles. These muscles are located underneath the hair follicles. Under stress, the arrector pili muscles contract and pull the hair. If the stress is prolonged, the resulting decrease of blood flow to the scalp will encourage hair loss.
* Stress also causes excessive sweating. Abundant perspiration attracts airborne debris and pollutants which clog the follicles.
Now on to more pleasant subjects! This week's feature article is up.
The Traditional Beehive Hairstyle
The beehive hairstyle surfaced in the late 50’s and early 60’s. At that time it took hours at the salon to achieve. Today’s version is easier to produce
Did you catch last week's feature?
It's Frizzy Hair Weather
Hair that has a tendency to get frizzy in humid whether can be the most frustrating hair to deal with. You can work with it and style it to perfection, but a day with high humidity can destroy your hair style in a matter of minutes.
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