233 West Lincoln Highway

Exton, Pennsylvania 19341

484.872.8383

info@glosssalonandstylebar.com

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 Salons in Exton | Exton Hair Salons

Hair Cutting, Hair Coloring, Extensions, Blow Dry, Wedding Hair, Braids, Relaxers, Curly Hair, Straight Hair, Hair Styling, Waxing, Wella, Evo, Pulp Riot, Cezanne 

Located in the historic

John Whitford stone farmouse in Whiteland Towne Center

in Exton across from Hobby Lobby

*GLOSS Salon and Style Bar's cancellation policy states that our software system will automatically save credit card information when you elect to pay with a credit or debit card at the time of your service. To avoid being charged for a missed appointment, please cancel your scheduled appointment prior to the appointment day and time. Appointments cancelled fewer than 24 hours prior to your reserved service time will be charged 50% of the appointment service total as will appointments that are not cancelled (no call/no show) with the saved payment information.When scheduling a service, you are reserving a stylist's time and, like an attorney, a doctor, a dentist, or a personal trainer, stylists are compensated on services provided during scheduled hours.

We thank you for honoring our stylists and our policies.

 

  • Heather Sahagian

Why am I losing my hair????


Hair loss in women is something rarely spoken about, a highly sensitive subject that many emotions attached to it; fear, embarrassment, shame, depression. "I'm losing my hair," women whisper to their hairstylist, "Can you do something to make it look thicker?" As a society we've made it acceptable for a man losing his hair to shave his head bald. Yet, if a woman suffers the same fate, she'd better wear a wig or a hairpiece, hide her hair loss from the world.

WebMD had this to say about alopecia (or, excessive hair loss). "There are a wide range of conditions that can bring on hair loss, with some of the most common being pregnancy, thyroid disorders, and anemia. Others include autoimmune diseases, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and skin conditions such as psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis, Rogers says.Though there has been a link between menopause and hair loss, Roberts says she doesn’t think there is a direct correlation. It could be that menopause and hair loss just occur at the same age.Other reasons for hair loss include extreme stress; physical trauma like surgery or intense illness; dramatic weight loss over a short period of time; and taking too much Vitamin A, Roberts says. And hair loss can occur a couple of weeks to six months after any of these experiences." However, if you aren't experiencing any of the conditions listed above, your doctor may want to run blood tests to determine if there is an underlying medical condition.

At GLOSS we have a private suite for our guests suffering from hair loss who would like a place have their hair done. Contact us today. Image credit: cornerofhopeandmane.com


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