With hair systems, what is your option?
When you’re searching online for nonsurgical hair replacement, you may figure out it’s difficult to compare various systems. Because each company supplies a different series of hair system alternatives, quality, pricing and service. You need to consider particular options, depending on customers’ type of hair loss, expectations and their budget, when make a decision.
Here, there are some questions to help you on a right choice:
1. How much coverage does your client require in changing an appropriate hair system?
2. How about his lifestyle? Does he work out regularly? Swim? Spend most of his time indoors or outside?
3. If she or he is having scalp problems, hair replacement need to harmonize some of his own existing hair.
4. All hair replacements require service. The key to choice is to establish a trusting relationship. Then let’s a professional partner, Tailor Hair, to support you.
Welcome to contact us at any time. We are expecting to join you for win-win cooperation.
How To Make A Template ?
Maybe you don’t want to send out old hair unit, or you have no idea how to make a template, the following steps will help. The template does not have to be accurate, so don’t over worry.
1. Prepare some cling film, sellotape, a pair of scissors and a black marker. Tear off enough cling film to place on top of your scalp and press on.
2. Precut the sellotape into strips, which you stick onto the cling film running firstly, in the direction of ear to ear. When finished, you can firm it up by running longer strips of sellotape from front to back of your head.
3. Take off the mould from your head and cut away the excess cling film. Then you can get the template roughly the size of the area you want to cover.
4. Draw an outline onto the template carefully with black marker, marking the exact area you wish to cover. Determind the front hairline by taking 4 fingers and placing it above your eyebrow line. The top of your highest finger should be the start of your hairline.
5. Remove from head again, using the scissors cut down to size.
6. Mark the template with a circle for the crown. Mark the front with an F and you can use a couple of arrows to show hair direction you want to comb the hair. If you like a parting, draw a line to show it, otherwise add no other markings.
7. You can lock in all markings with a 3rd layer of sellotape.
8. Write your name and the date on a piece of paper and staple it to your template.
9. And please cut a little of your hair and tape them to a sheet of paper with your name on it. This will help us color match. We also have a color chart if you cannot provide a hair sample.
Besides, YouTube has a number of helpful videos on the subject.
How to select a system base?
Ⅰ Super Fine French Lace
There is really no reason not to choose French Lace. It is more durable and provide better appearance.
Ⅱ Super Fine Swiss Lace
If you desire an ultimate undetectable hairline. You are experienced with hair system application and removal without pulling or tearing the lace. Super fine swiss lace is good choice.
Ⅲ Monofilament/ Welded mono
You want a durable and practical system. But monofilament is not as breathable as lace.
Ⅳ Thin skin
You want better adhesion at the perimeter. Although thin skin hairline is not as natural as lace hairline, the hair appears to be growing right out of skin material.
Ⅴ Conventional base
You can choose the combination as you liked.
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There are many options to attach your hair replacement system. You can either use clips, glue or tape. The most popular methods are glue and tape.
Glue is also called bonding adhesive; it is to apply liquid adhesive to the scalp and then place a hair system to the head. Since there is full contact between the scalp and the base of the system, it offers the most secure attachment.
Tape on the other hand is easier to apply, especially for beginners, because the tape is double sided and it can easily stick on. Glue and tape both provide a natural appearance; however, they cannot be taken off on a daily basis. Clips are the choice if you want to take off the hair system easily at any time you want.
Which one do you prefer to use?
The base of the hair system is simply the foundation of the prostheses in which the hair is either tied or injected. Today's hair systems primarily use two materials to construct the bases, either polymers or meshes or a combination of the two.
Mesh fabrics are typically made of polyester or nylon and are usually used to create the fine hairline of a good product. In some cases, they are used throughout the entire system, which provides an incredibly natural, life like appearance but is impractical for long-term use.
①Provides natural and undetectable hairline
②Very light weight, cool and comfortable to wear.
②More delicate and less durable
③React with body acids leading to early degrading and other damage
Polymers are made of either silicone or polyurethane and are used to create a material that mimics the appearance of skin or scalp. The more durable systems use this material and many use it in areas where the hairpiece is to be attached in order to protect the unit for long time wear.
Can be considerably less expensive，very durable
Easy to attach (Polyurethane)
Can be a bit hot an uncomfortable to wear.
Unless the hairline is made of lace, a less natural or even artificial appearance.
What kinds of base do you prefer?
The average healthy scalp can shed 100 stands of hair a day. However, noticeable hair loss and thinning may be cause for concern. Luckily, not all hair loss is permanent, and even in the event that it is, there are proven solutions to restore the hair.
The first step to treating hair loss is identifying what's causing it in the first place.
Age & Genetics: The Top Hair Loss Causes
- Hereditary hair loss is the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women. The gene can be inherited by either parent, regardless of sex. Other names for hereditary hair loss include Female or Male Pattern Baldness and Androgenic Alopecia.
- Unfortunately, thinning hair can be a natural part of the aging process. As some people get older, hair tends to get thinner.
Disease & Side Effects
- Several diseases are known to cause hair loss. Hair loss can sometimes be an early sign of an undiagnosed condition. In most cases, hair loss can be stopped by treating the disease at hand.
- Cancer treatment including radiation and chemotherapy often cause temporary, or sometimes even permanent hair loss. Common chemotherapy drugs that cause hair loss include methotrexate, cyclophosphamide, bleomycin, doxorubicin, mitomycin, cytarabine, vinblastine and vincristine, among others.
- Infections — fungal infections in particular— can cause hair loss. Fortunately, they are treatable with medication.
- Stress as a result of trauma including illness or surgery can cause hair loss known as Telogen Effluvium. In general, stress-induced hair loss is temporary.
- Some prescription medications for conditions like blood pressure, heart problems, arthritis and depression have been shown to cause hair loss, and may be temporary.
- Menopause may cause hair loss in women that progresses with age.
- Women may experience hair loss after pregnancy due to dropping levels of estrogen. Hair usually grows back within a few months after childbirth.
- Birth control pills can cause some women to lose hair. It is usually temporary.
- Thyroid Disease: Hair loss may be a sign of both hyperthyroidism (an overactive thyroid) and hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid). Laboratory tests are needed to diagnose a thyroid problem.
- Some people see hair loss after weight loss of more than 15 pounds. The hair loss often appears 3 to 6 months after losing the weight. Hair usually regrows on its own.
- Because eating disorders can negatively affect one’s overall health, hair health is also affected. Anorexia and Bulimia, for instance, often cause calorie or protein deficiencies which force the body to save protein by shifting growing hairs into the resting phase. This type of hair loss is slow and not noticeable until almost half the hair is lost. Combing, brushing and washing the hair may accelerate and increase loss.
- Malnutrition including too much or too little of certain vitamins and nutrients can affect your hair growth. For instance, a lack of protein or iron can lead to hair loss as well as an excess of vitamin A. Malnutrition needs to be fairly severe to result in significant hair loss.
- When hair is pulled too tightly into certain hairstyles like braids, buns and ponytails for long periods of time, hair loss can result.
- Frequent salon treatments like relaxers and hair color can damage the hair, which may eventually lead to hair loss.
- Overuse or misuse of certain hair tools, accessories and hair products can cause hair breakage and loss.
Simply put, hair replacement is the fastest and most thorough way to get your hair back. Less expensive than surgery, it delivers the best-looking hair available in the industry, making you look even better than you did before. For more than three decades, hundreds of thousands of men in North America have used this proven method to get their hair back... though you'd never know it if you met them.
The secret is Tailor Hair's exclusive 3D digital camera to make precise template. Using an individually-tailored process that matches real human hair to your own, we can create the best graft in natural look for you.
Tailor Hair is the leading producers of high quality hair systems within the hair replacement industry. We use the best quality hair and techniques along with advanced technology to create a truly bespoke, natural, and undetectable hair system. This will blend perfectly with your own hair and nobody will ever have to know you wear one.
We use the highest quality hair available and leading providers in European Hair so we can match your hair with complete confidence.
We have a solution for each and every client as hair loss can be in many different forms such as partial hair loss, total hair loss or even a condition known as Alopecia where sections of hair fall out.
At Tailor Hair we have experienced team who will provide you with the best form of non-surgical hair loss solutions to suit your needs and fit your lifestyle.