Has Your Hair Been Damaged by Past Trends?

In past years, we have seen some hair trends we will surely never forget, and we have all probably been a part of one or two. While the 80s saw us rushing to get a perm and the 90s saw young girls putting crimpers on their Christmas wish list, the trends are still coming and going way into 2017. It’s fair to say that ladies around the world have been through some hair-dos and some…

Top Dos and Don’ts with Transplanted Hair

Hair transplants can be very beneficial to your confidence, allowing you to feel and look younger. This boost of confidence and self-esteem can transform your social and personal life, and many men opt to have this minimally invasive treatment to restore their hairline. Similarly to other treatments, you need to take several precautions to ensure the best possible healing.…

What are The Dangers of Eyebrow Trends?

As fashion and trends come and go, one part of our bodies changes and adapts with them: our eyebrows. The 80s saw a straight yet full brow whereas the 90s saw an obsession with waxing, plucking and grooming until we were left with over-plucked brows and regret. Progressing into the millennium we saw a natural and sparse brow, showing us that trends really do change and adapt…

Factors That Can Cause Hair Loss

People shed hair every day, but it goes unnoticed because new hair is growing at the same time. The occurrence of hair loss is when the hair follicle is destroyed and replaced with scar tissue. But what factors cause hair loss? At DHI Manchester, our specialists are on hand to restore and prevent further hair loss damage. However, the most important thing is recognising the…

Should You Have a Hair Transplant When You’re Young?

You might believe that only people over a certain age need hair transplants to regain a full head of hair. However, young people also have hair transplants. After all, while the average age for male pattern baldness varies and depends on genetics, it can begin as early as fifteen years old (with thinning hair or receding hairline).…