We all know that celebrities are often known for having great looking hair. Female celebrities often influence the latest hairstyles. There are publishing companies that often pay out big bucks to any photographer who can snap a shot of a celebrity that might be wearing the new celebrity hairstyle.
While many female celebrities are judged, promoted and branded by their appearance, hair loss is a condition that can affect all types of people and that includes celebrities. Some of our favorite actresses have suffered from hair loss and they still continue to shine with style and grace. They have gone through the grief and suffering of their hair loss conditions with inspiring optimism.
As you would expect, supermodels don’t have hair loss. Okay, they do just like Naomi Campbell who has suffered from a condition known as traction alopecia. It is a type of hair loss that is often caused by excessive stress on the scalp. Stress to the scalp can be caused by hairstyling practices, including some types of hair extension.
You can’t talk about superstars and brand identity without thinking of Oprah Winfrey. She is known as one of the wealthiest and most influential people in the world today. She has also had her battles with hair loss. She has suffered hair loss from traction alopecia that was brought on by the use of chemical hair strengtheners and relaxers.
The sexy superstar Christina Aguilera is another celebrity that has suffered from traction alopecia. Aguilera is especially known always evolving her look and style. Part of that ongoing transformation involves changes to her hair. Traction alopecia occurs over time as the scalp is exposed to stressful chemicals or excessive pulling or tugging to the hair and scalp when styling.
You don’t have to be a celebrity to suffer hair loss and if you’re suffering from female hair loss our trained women’s hair restoration professionals at Hair Restoration Institute of DFW can help. We have helped thousands of women suffering from many different types of hair loss and thinning hair.