At Senses, we make the hair replacement process simple…
and guarantee the results!
At Senses Salon, we meet your specific needs with a range of high-quality, non-surgical hair replacement solutions. We strive to understand your lifestyle and budget. We’ll empower you to choose the best possible option for your needs and desires and thoroughly research how hair replacement can most benefit you. Losing your hair or starting to thin at any point in life can be quite devastating, especially if you are relatively young and have many years ahead of you. At Senses we understand that this may be causing you concern, and we offer effective treatments as a solution. If you are looking for an established company to provide you with hair replacement services, our experienced team is here to help.
A high-quality, customized wig can make all the difference. We offer multiple options to best fit your lifestyle and budget—customized through scalp sizing, coloring, texture matching, cutting and on-going maintenance whether you are looking for clip-in bangs, hairpieces or full wig options.
People opt for hair extensions for many different reasons—to add volume or density to sparse areas of the scalp, length or highlights, or even to repair a bad cut or chemically-damaged hair.
Single Strand Keratin Tip Human Remy Hair is our most comfortable, longest lasting, highest quality hair extension. Cold fusion bonding, using ultrasound, results in a long-lasting bond of up to seven months, depending on the texture of your hair. We also offer tape- or clip-in extensions as a solution for you. You can style and wash these extensions just as you would your own hair!
These hair replacement options are essentially wigs or toupées. Unlike the synthetic-looking, plainly artificial wigs that most people associate with the word “toupée,” hair replacement systems can vary widely in quality, with some virtually impossible to tell apart from real, natural hair. Hair toppers instantly transform your look by adding volume and body to fine, thin hair. Our clip-in hair toppers offer unique solutions at each stage of hair loss and are the best alternative to a full wig. Toppers come in an array of colors, lengths and textures and can be custom-colored to match your own personal hair color and texture.
If someone is suffering hair loss from alopecia or a medical condition it’s likely that a topper will not work. For a topper to look natural the color and texture need to match your natural hair. Alternative hair specialists can help you achieve this. Now that you know what they are, here are the top five reasons to try a hair topper:
1. You can transform your look instantly by adding a hair topper. The clip in hair toppers offers solutions for women at each stage of hair loss. Some women wear them that don’t have hair loss, just to switch up their hair fashion. Regardless of the reason, it is the fastest way to change your hair.
2. They add volume and body to fine, thin hair. No matter if your hair is thinning, or if it has always been fine, this is a way to add fullness in just minutes. Once your alternative hair specialist shows you how to attach it, you’ll be on your way to a new image instantly.
3. They are undetectable. Because they attach to your own hair they are almost impossible to see. The hair on most toppers has been sewn into a lace material that supplies the area coverage. They come in different sizes and different lengths of hair, so there is something for everyone to choose from.
4. They are very light on your head. The biggest complaint from many wig wearers is the weight of the wig. That is not an issue with a Topper. Because they are smaller and don’t cover your whole head there is a lot less cap and hair to deal with when wearing them.
5. They are also the best alternative to a full wig! No matter what options you are considering, toppers are the most comfortable, easiest to apply, and the most cost-effective. They also tend to last as long as a wig will.
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Common Causes of Hair Loss and reasons for hair replacement
Alopecia Areata: A condition caused by auto immune response, where the body forms white cells that attack the hair follicles which produce hair. It causes the hair growth cycle to stop. The follicle enters a resting cycle which leads to hair loss. Alopecia Areata can come on suddenly, it is identified as a shiny patch of scalp that can be seen through the scalp and is usually silky to the touch. Alopecia Areata can most commonly affect younger women and children.
Telogen Effluvium: Psychological or physical stress can cause your hair to enter a stage of telogen effluvium. This also causes the hair to enter a state of rest causing hair loss. Certain dramatic life experiences can cause this to happen such as major surgery, childbirth, prescription medicine (Thyroid or blood pressure medicine) extreme dieting, chemo therapy and radiation. Excess amounts of vitamin A can also trigger Telogen Effluvium.
Female Pattern Hair Loss: Also known as Androgenetic alopecia. This is the most common form of hair loss for women. Androgenetic alopecia can start as early as puberty but most common after menopause.
Chemotherapy and Radiation: Hair loss occurs because chemotherapy targets all rapidly dividing cells- healthy cells as well as cancer cells. Hair follicles, the structures in the skin filled with tiny blood vessels that make hair. If you are of undergoing chemotherapy, your hair loss may be gradual or dramatic.
Methotrexate: This is a Chemotherapy and Immunosuppressive drug. It can treat cancer of the blood, bone, lung, breast, head, and neck. It can also treat rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis. This can thin hair in some people.
Cytoxan and 5-fluorouracil: A palliative treatment for heavily pretreated patients with metastatic Breast Cancer can also cause hair loss in most women.
Taxol: A treatment for lung, ovarian, and breast cancer, as well as Kaposi sarcoma. Usually causes complete hair loss.
Hormonal Treatments: Tamoxifen may cause some thinning of your hair but not baldness.
Pregnancy Hormones: Can cause fewer follicles to enter the resting stage so hair growth is greater than normal and many women find their hair looks thicker at this time. However about three months after giving birth the hair cycle goes back to normal and you will see hair loss. Hair should return to its normal cycle and regain its normal volume.
Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia: Also known as scarring alopecia, has a distinctive pattern of hair loss resulting in progressive recession of the hairline at the front and sides of the scalp.
Lichen Planopilaris: (LPP) is a form of scarring alopecia and is a rare inflammatory condition that results in patchy permanent hair loss on the crown and vertex. It destroys the hair follicle and replaces it with scarring. Symptoms can include an intensely itchy scalp and scalp tenderness.
Trichotillomania: (Hair pulling and resultant hair loss) An impulse control disorder that causes overwhelming urges to pull out your hair. It is estimated that 2% of the world’s population may at some time suffer from this condition. It mostly affects women.