You care about your appearance and you carefully style your hair each and every day. You’ve noticed something has changed. The part is widening. There are thinning hair patches on your head – most likely across the top and middle of your scalp. There seems to be a lot of hair on your brush – maybe too much. You know that something is going on, and you know there are resources out there to help, but something is holding you back. Perhaps it’s fear. Perhaps it’s a bit of denial. But this January, it’s time to do something about it. You deserve to know what is happening with your hair and the solutions available to you.
It all starts with a complimentary, no-obligation appointment in the privacy of the Allusions salon.
What happens during this initial appointment?
- First we perform a scalp analysis and show you a highly magnified version of what is going on with your hair follicles.
- We go through a series of questions and get some information about any health conditions you may have or medications you may be taking.
- Finally we’ll review a series of solutions that will work for your specific situation. We go through the product lines item by item, their costs and demonstrate any techniques or equipment you may use at home.
What doesn’t happen is a one-size-fits-all approach, a sales pitch or pressure. You can take your time to weigh your options and think about it. Our doors are always open. When you are ready, we will be here.
Our caring and compassionate staff – many of whom have thinning hair and similar issues – understand how you feel. We know that it can be overwhelming to adjust your routine with new products, new therapies and in some instances, new hair pieces or wigs.
But we also know it works. We’ve seen the bright smiles and the look of delight from customers who see their before and after photos after three months and have real results, a revamped look and renewed confidence.
We have answers. We have solutions. We have compassion. Don’t wait any longer. Resolve to do something about your thinning hair. January only comes around once a year!