Transitions International Group, in cooperation with local group member Continental Hair of Toronto and the Canadian Alopecia Foundation presented a publc Alopecia Awareness media event at the Hyatt Toronto Hotel in November, 2011.
The purpose of the event was to provide education and awarenss of Alopecia and how it affects women of all ages, and to demonstrate the remarkable hair replacement techniques of participating Transitions members who both attended the event in conjunction with the Transitions semi-annual meeting at the Hyatt Toronto, as well as those Transitions members who participated in this remarkable, positive, and uplifting event. www.iwanthair.com.
Transitions Hair Group - Australia
Transitions Hair Group, our member in North Adelaide, South Australia was recently highlighted in a major metropolitan newspaer in the area. The Wilson’s have such a loyal client base, they come from as far away as China and New Zealand. Our hats are off to Andrew and his family for creating such a wonderful atmosphere where their clients are appreciated and cared for.
Women and hair loss. Today more women than ever are experiencing hair loss and thinning hair. Annamarie Stevens of Genesis II in Syracuse, New York talks with Rick Gary of WSYR TV. She says there is hope for women with female-pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia) and women with permanent hair loss. Alexis Cohen accompanied Annamarie to show what a difference hair can make in a woman’s life.
You’ve probably seen that ad for Freestyle Music park that shows a man’s toupee almost blowing off during a roller coaster ride.
Thursday, a Surfside Beach man challenged that.
Dennis Murphy is the owner of Hairquarters. He’s also a client.
He issued this challenge to show that it’s not funny to make fun of people wearing hair systems. “People get veneers and polys and all this and that and we don’t tell them they have false teeth. People get contacts and we don’t yell at them because they don’t want to wear glasses. Why is it such a big deal if you want to improve your appearance?”
We asked him if he thought he proved his point.
“I don’t know if I proved my point. I proved it to myself and that was all I really cared about,” said Murphy.
Other than a few hairs out of place as you would expect after a coaster ride, Murphy’s hair did withstand the force of The Time Machine.
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