Noticing your hair thinning or falling out can be extremely distressing. If you’re starting to notice that your hair is shedding more than usual there are effective ways to address it. As we age it is natural for our hair density to change and our individual strands get finer. The following things are worth trying to address these changes and promote healthy hair growth.


A wide variety of factors can cause hair loss in women. These include genetics, stress, nutritional deficiencies, traction alopecia, hormonal imbalances, menopause, trichotillomania and thyroid deficiencies.


After a long awaited move-in date, Images International is finally settled into our new home. Here are some details about our new place, we hope you are as excited as we are...


Images International places a high value on continuing our education. This is not only because it helps our stylists continuously improve their techniques but hair trends and styles are always changing and we acknowledge the need for our stylists to stay current. By staying relevant in today’s quickly changing business of hair styling we are able to offer our clients the looks they desire in every season.


Thinning hair and hair loss can be caused by many different factors such as genetics, stress, diet and medical conditions. One type of hair loss, traction alopecia, is a type of hair loss caused by a constant pulling on the hair from its follicle. Find out if you have Traction Alopecia...


Images International is always undergoing training and education so we stay at the top of our game. We recently hosted a cutting class where our stylists cut our very own, Janette’s, long locks. Janette wanted a shorter cut and found a photograph of the style that she wanted to achieve. During the training our talented stylists were able to take the photograph and style Janette’s hair precisely to match.


Cancer, in some way or another, has touched us all. We are likely to know someone that has been given the diagnosis of cancer and has undergone chemotherapy as a treatment. One of the side effects of chemotherapy can be hair loss. The traumatic experience of being diagnosed with cancer followed by the side effect of losing hair can be utterly distressing.


Grey hair is a part of growing older. Interestingly, your hair isn’t actually grey. It just seems grey because white hairs that have lost their pigment are interspersed with your normally pigmented hairs. Eventually, your hair color will turn from grey to white as hair pigment cells stop being reproduced.


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