10 Beauty Tips From Hairstylists Who Work With Women Over 45

3-Use Extensions to Give the Illusion of Thicker Hair

“Age is just a number, but various studies show that women are more concerned with their hair thinning than they are any other age-related change in their appearance,” says Luke Hersheson, creative director and co-founder of Hershesons.

“In reality, women start to lose a little hair density from around the age of 20, though they might not notice it until 40 or so. Sebum production starts to take a nosedive, which results in dry and unruly hair. Essentially, with age, hair becomes thinner, drier and less elastic, and the diameter of each individual strand can decrease until the follicle stops producing hair altogether.

Hershesons tape extensions can be used to create fuller, thicker hair. The tapes last up to eight weeks and the hair can be reused up to three times.”

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