Ever wonder why your natural hair color is the shade it is? Oddly enough, color is one of the most obvious characteristics of hair, yet— as far as we know— it has no biological function for humans. Your hair is a certain color due to the presence of a pigment known as melanin. The range of colors produced by melanin is limited to shades of yellow, brown, red and black.
If you have some eggs in the fridge, you have everything you need to nourish your hair with vitamins and nutrients for healthier, shinier strands. Follow this quick and easy DIY hair mask recipe to reap the benefits of eggs.
You’d be surprised to know how many adults are dealing with hair loss, but it’s likely you’re only familiar with those who haven’t done anything about it. Make your hair loss history by joining Hair Club today and receive a special limited-time only offer.
Androgenetic alopecia or hereditary hair loss is the most common type of hair loss, affecting about 80 million men and women in the United States. Male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness are both forms of androgenetic alopecia. Not sure if you’re suffering from this form of hair loss? Read on to find out.