Does hair dyeing facilitate hair loss?

Hair dyeing does not inhibit hair growth, but it may cause hair loss by damaging the hair that is color treated. Hair beneath the scalp that has not yet emerged cannot be reached by hair dye and thus hair dye cannot fundamentally cause hair loss, but hair shedding can increase with hair dyeing.

First, the manipulation of the hair shafts as part of the rubbing and combing associated with the dyeing procedure can loosen hairs in telogen causing increased shedding.

Second, the hair dye contains both ammonia and hydrogen peroxide, which also loosens telogen hairs.

Third, hair dye can physically weaken hair shafts increasing breakage-caused hair loss.

The most common cause of hair loss related to hair dyeing is physical weakening of the hair shaft by disruption of the protein backbone. Hair dyes that lighten hair from its natural color are the most disruptive as they contain high volumes of peroxide. Peroxide is necessary to remove the eumelanin pigments from the hair shaft and replace them with blonde colors. Many individuals who dye their hair from brunette to blonde will notice shortening of the hair or the need for less frequent haircuts. This is due to breakage at the distal end of the hair shafts, which are the oldest and have accumulated the most cuticle disruption, a phenomenon known as weathering.

If the hair has been bleached to a very light color from a very dark color, the hair can be weakened to the point of breakage at the point where it exists on the scalp, resulting in the appearance of alopecia. The alopecia is temporary, of course, until the hair regrows. Fortunately, the treatment recommendation is simple. The patient should no longer lighten their hair color and pick another darker shade. Thus, hair dyeing can cause temporary hair loss due to breakage.

Hair mistakes that make you look older

There’s nothing quite like a great haircut. That feeling when you can’t stop catching a glimpse of yourself in the mirror or running your hands through your new layers is priceless. Unfortunately, a bad hairstyle can cut through all that confidence and leave you looking older than you are. The good news is that it’s pretty easy to update your look without a lot of time or money. We asked some of our favorite hairstylists to share the biggest mistakes they see women making with their hair — and how to fix them!

Hair mistakes that make you look older
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BY CARRIE MADORMO, RN, MPH
There’s nothing quite like a great haircut. That feeling when you can’t stop catching a glimpse of yourself in the mirror or running your hands through your new layers is priceless. Unfortunately, a bad hairstyle can cut through all that confidence and leave you looking older than you are. The good news is that it’s pretty easy to update your look without a lot of time or money. We asked some of our favorite hairstylists to share the biggest mistakes they see women making with their hair — and how to fix them!

 

Hair mistakes that make you look older
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BY CARRIE MADORMO, RN, MPH
There’s nothing quite like a great haircut. That feeling when you can’t stop catching a glimpse of yourself in the mirror or running your hands through your new layers is priceless. Unfortunately, a bad hairstyle can cut through all that confidence and leave you looking older than you are. The good news is that it’s pretty easy to update your look without a lot of time or money. We asked some of our favorite hairstylists to share the biggest mistakes they see women making with their hair — and how to fix them!
Cat-lady long
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Our stylists seemed to agree that all women can rock long hair… to a point. That being said, crazy long hair will always age you. “Too long always ages a woman,” advises celebrity stylist Mitch Stone. “I’m not talking past-your-shoulders long, but cat-lady long (not to be confused with Cat Woman).” According to Stone, once your hair has passed your ribs, it’s officially making you look older. He recommends going with a timeless long bob “or as short as an inch or 2 past your chin (think of my girlfriend Kim Basinger’s hair in 9 1/2 weeks — HOT at any age).”

If you love the long look, go for it! Just make sure your haircut does not go shorter in the front and longer in the back. “In general, shorter in the front, longer in the back (unless you’re going for a rocker mullet) tends to look dated,” explains Judy McGuinness, senior stylist at Mizu New York salon. “Keep everything pretty square or a bit longer in the front for shorter hairstyles.”
The wrong length
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Finding the perfect haircut for your face shape can be a lifelong search. Talk to your stylist about the most flattering look for your hair and face type. Our hair thins as we age, so keeping it long may accentuate the thinning. “If hair is thinning, going shorter is an option,” says Sam Villa Show Ambassador, Marissa Villa. “If you’ve had long hair your entire life, it might be time to update to a lob.”

Whatever you do, make sure your haircut has layers and depth. “The classic hairstyle that makes a woman look older and dowdy is the cut where everything is the same length all over, a few inches long,” says Damian Santiago, co-owner of Mizu New York salon. “Then set with a small curling iron all over. Not cute or modern. Wispy bangs on this look kill it for me.”

As long as you have a dynamic, flattering style, the length of your hair truly doesn’t matter. Santiago told us he has mature clients who rock long layers or short pixie cuts. “A mature client with a strong inner confidence can rock any cool and modern look.”

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For hair stylist Jenna Mast, the biggest mistake women make when it comes to looking older is keeping the same hairstyle for decades. “If you are 50 years old, the chances are high that you’ve been going to a salon for 25+ years and like the way your hair looked in 1992 when you lost a bunch of weight and had that great red dress you wore to your cousin’s wedding,” she told The List. “Which makes it likely that you’ve been instructing hairdresser after hairdresser to recreate that look by showing them that exact dated photo. The reality is, like everything else, hairdressing has evolved dramatically.”

As Sam Villa Show Ambassador, Marissa Villa told us, “It’s important to evolve — everything usually comes back around, but with a modern twist.”
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Going too dark can add years to your look. “Your hair color should complement your skin tone,” explains Sam Villa Show Ambassador, Marissa Villa. “If you have fair skin, jet black is not the best choice, and it’s always a good idea to have more than one color to add depth and dimension.”

Celebrity colorist Kelly Cardenas also recommends his clients focus on their skin tone when choosing a color. “No matter your hair color, if you go up a shade or two, it will give the appearance of looking more youthful, but the placement of highlights is key,” he explains. “Have your hairstylist frame your face to brighten your complexion.”

Celebrity stylist Mitch Stone agrees with steering clear of dark colors and trends that are too young. “For hair, be careful of stripy colors or trying to keep up with trends targeted to a younger generation,” he told The List. “That time is over and I say it’s time to own your power and go with chic and smart.” Stone advises his clients to stick with softer colors, “like golden blondes and gorgeous reds.” The darker colors can be too severe and instantly add years to your face.

Jeff Stump, owner of Artkiteks salon points out that in additon to making you look older, dark colors show gray or white roots much faster than a more subtle color. “I recommend blending the color with highlights or a demi-permanent color, so that the color with grow out much better than a solid line and achieving a more natural look.”

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Our expert stylists taught me so much about small tweaks that can make a huge difference. I had no idea that how you part your hair could age you. “Straight down the middle doesn’t work for everyone, but you also don’t want to have a severe side part either,” Sam Villa Show Ambassador, Marissa Villa told The List. “A soft irregular part could be flattering, and don’t forget about bangs; in some cases, they can make you look younger.”

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While a little volume can be beautiful, going overboard will only age you. Because our hair tends to thin as we age, many of us worry about it looking too flat. Talk to your stylist about a great volumizing shampoo or flattering layers.

Damian Santiago, co-owner of Mizu New York salon often sees clients trying to get that volume in all the wrong places. “Too often, a mature client thinks she must have height,” he told The List. “Teased up hair can make anyone look older. Volume is different and can look modern and elegant.”
Don’t fall flat
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As our aging hair thins, it can be tough to find the right balance. Too much volume and hairspray reads very 80s. However, no one wants to give in to the thinning. “While it can be a big mistake to have too much volume on your hair, not having enough can also be a large pitfall,” says Murat Evin, creative director at The London School of Make-Up.

“Many women and men with long hair often age themselves unnecessarily by allowing their hair to fall too flat on their face, either by combing it down too much or not using mousse or similar when blow-drying.” Even explains that flat hair only accentuates prominent facial features. So if you’re not crazy about your nose or chin, a flat do calls more attention to them. Make sure you’re not weighing your hair down with too much product, and try not to brush it too much.
The wrong shampoo
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Your shampoo affects your hairstyle, and it may be making you look older. Shampoos for “normal hair types” are not the best option as you age. “You have to have the right tools and products for gorgeous hair,” says Sam Villa Show Ambassador, Marissa Villa. “Grey and aging hair has unique characteristics that require a mask once a week, color protecting shampoo, thermal protectant, and more effort in the fight against frizz.”
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Damaged hair always looks older than it is, leaving the owner looking older than she is. It’s important to keep up your natural sheen by taking good care of your locks. If you’re noticing a lot of split ends, it’s time to go to the salon for a cut. “If you want long hair and your hair just isn’t healthy enough, get extensions to create fullness or length that looks healthy and shiny,” recommends Sam Villa Show Ambassador, Marissa Villa. “When you look good, you feel good — and you’re only as young as you feel!”

Cool it on the accessories
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Oftentimes when we want to have a more youthful appearance, we fall back on the styles that we wore when we were younger. It worked back then, right? However, pulling out your old sparkly butterfly clips is a first class ticket to looking older than you are. Dina Scherer, NYC Image & Wardrobe Stylist & Personal Shopper and owner of Modnitsa Styling recommends the less-is-more approach when it comes to hair accessories. “Hairstyles that include many dated accessories, like scrunchies, hair clips that don’t match your hair color and are obvious, certain types of claw clips,” warns Scherer. “They all attract too much attention to themselves — distracting from your do, and can make you look juvenile and read as fashion no-nos.”

If you tend to wear your hair longer and need to pull it back from time to time, stick with a relaxed, soft ponytail. “If you prefer long hair, wearing it tied low, loose and to the side is more elegant and youthful than a tight ponytail in the middle back or high up on your head,” says celebrity hair stylist Vernon Francois. “I’d also suggest choosing accessories that match or are a similar tone to the color of your hair, instead of something very contrasting… Resist anything cartoony or gimmicky.”

You and your hair are gorgeous just as you are. Don’t cover it up with neon scrunchies.

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10 BEST SUMMER SLICKED BACK HAIRSTYLES FOR MEN

How to Get the Perfect Slicked Back Style

 

Boosted by its traditionalist origins, the slicked-back hairstyle has reemerged as a contemporary favourite. Able to be interpreted for different hair types, lengths and occasions, the wide variety of ways this style can be worn can be overwhelming. So, to help you find your perfect match, we’ve rounded up the top, sleek styles around for your viewing. These are the best slicked back hairstyles for men right now.

 

Slicked Back Hairstyles

1. Classic Slick Back

For a simple, timeless take on the slicked-back trend, opt for classic styling. For this look, use a wet look gel or pomade for decent hold with a glossy touch. Comb hair back repetitively and thoroughly. Be mindful of products that are too rigid as they will make the hair look flat. Opt for a product which will give your locks a thicker appearance despite its pulled-back structure.

 

Classic Slick Back

 

2. Slick Back with Beard

A traditional way to interpret slicked-back hairstyles is to complement this hair trend with facial hair. Opt for a light beard or strategic scruff to amplify the look of your slicked-back hairstyle. Be mindful of your face shape and the proportions of your features when trying out this trend. Facial hair will add a dimensional element to your slicked-back look, creating a complementary appearance.

 

Slick Back With Beard

 

3. Side Part Slick Back

50’s fictional style muses, like Don Draper, are no doubt pivotal in the reemergence of the side part slick back. To appropriate such a Mad Men style for yourself, create a sharp part with a silkier product, which will afford a greater sleekness to your look. Additionally, ensure you have determined which side your part appears most flattering on for appropriate styling.

 

Side Part With Slick Back

 

4. Man Bun Slick Back

Much like all trends, when done right, the man bun works incredibly well. When done wrong, this trend can register as unflattering and misappropriated. Consider a beard or facial hair when trying out this version of the slicked-backed hairstyle and contemplate your features when determining whether a man bun would look flattering on you.

 

Slick Back With Man Bun

 

5. Slick Back Pompadour

The slick back pompadour is a traditional hairstyle that has seen a resurgence in recent years. As such, it’s an excellent style that’s both classic and on-trend. To create the look, you need to achieve a neat, smoothed-back style that’s full of volume. To do so, try using volume-boosting products and blow-drying your hair upside down to direct roots upward.

 

Slicked back pompadour

 

6. Long Slicked Back Hair

Men with long hair can also rock a slicked-back style. Perfect for formal functions, a sleek look is ideal for giving grown out locks a sophisticated touch. To nail the hairstyle, just comb your long mane back and tuck it behind your ears. Then, use a flexible hairspray for a soft appearance or a firm-hold mousse or wet-look pomade for a bolder aesthetic. Remember though; you won’t need to use a lot as the weight of your hair will help keep it in place.

 

 

7. Slick Back Undercut

The slick back undercut is another classic hairstyle that has seen a resurgence in recent years. The look, which features a short back and sides with the hair on the top left longer, is perfect for both formal and casual occasions. Thanks to its length and shape, it’s also seriously simple to style.

 

Slick Back Undercut

 

8. Slick Back with Volume

The blow-dried slick back requires a good quality volumising hair product such as a pomade or a mousse, which will add depth to the hair and give it a distinctly different appearance than the typical shiny, wet look. This version of the popular hair trend hinges on volume, so ensure your nominated product boosts hair thickness without adding frizz.

 

Slick Back With Volume

 

9. Slick Back Curly Hair

Curly hair can be notoriously difficult to style, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock a killer slicked-back look. When your hair is damp, just use a blow-dryer and wide-tooth comb to help direct your locks away from your face. Then, if you wish to maintain your natural waves, add sea salt spray and choose a flexible hold product, such as a light mouse. Finally, comb your hair back using your hands and allow your locks to dry naturally for a great slicked-back hairstyle with texture.

 

Tight Curls

 

10. Slick Back Waves

For gentlemen with wavy hair, rock this hair trend with slicked back styling specifically for your natural hair type. Utilise a flexible hold product like a lighter mousse, which will provide a bit more flexibility when it comes to harnessing your curls. Additionally, be sure to opt for a messier look, which will add dimension to the natural volume created by your waves

 

Slick Back Waves