20+ years experience in Hair Loss Treatment & Hair Extensions
Our advanced technique involves a non-surgical hair replacement process that revives your youthful appearance and allows a natural look. Your home maintenance routine is extremely minimal that simply includes washing, conditioning, and styling.
Our custom hair pieces are created to blend with your original hair growth pattern to create the illusion that hair is growing directly from your crown.
We require a 30-minute consultation for all new hair replacement clients. During your private and confidential consultation, you will receive a complete analysis of your hair and we will identify the correct method which will help preserve your natural hair and prevent any further damage.
The consultation allows us to select the hair length, texture, and color that is best for you. We recommend that you bring photos of what you want your hair to look like so you can leave with a full understanding of the entire scope of work to achieve your dream hair.
Installation & Maintenance
Your next appointment will be the beginning of a new chapter for you & your hair journey. We'll have your hair replacement system installed and we'll provide you with guidance on the aftercare to ensure your hair system lasts as long as possible!
Types of Hair Loss
Hereditary Hair Loss
Being a genetic condition, Hereditary Hair Loss reduces the amount of time that hair actively spends growing. It is also known as androgenetic alopecia, or male pattern baldness, affecting a large percentage of men and women. Many people notice that it also gets progressively worse as they age. Contact Emily Wyant at Bond Hair Bar if you witness these symptoms or want to start Hereditary Hair Loss Treatment.
If you have thyroid disease, you may experience hair loss more than others, so much so that your hair looks to be thinning.
Having autoimmune thyroid disease also puts you at greater risk for alopecia areata. It results in excessive and rapid hair loss in specific parts of the scalp that can advance to baldness and affect other parts of the body, like the eyebrows.
Cancer Survivors or Patients
You may not think about how important your hair is until you start losing it. And if you have cancer, plus you are about to undergo chemotherapy, the chance of hair loss is high. Men and women both report hair loss as one of the most severe side effects after being diagnosed with cancer. You may be among those who fear this side effect more than other chemotherapy complications.
Many chemicals are found in the hair care products used regularly or in the hair styling products occasionally used, which can cause serious damage to the scalp and the hair follicles. Heat Styling damage, Bleaches, keratin treatments, hair coloring can cause a great deal of swelling to the hair cuticle, which causes the hair to break. Over-the-counter boxed dyes cause a great deal of stress to the hair and many people don’t realize how harsh the chemicals are in these products.
When we age, our body experiences many changes and our hair is no exception. Hair naturally changes color & texture over time. To keep your hair looking good as you age, you need to give it special attention. If you have noticed a dramatic change in the texture and density of your hair, consider a hair thickening treatment, natural hair color and a blunt haircut to make your hair look thicker. Protective methods of hair extensions is Emily’s specialty, giving you a more youthful look into your mature years.
Thinning hair is probably caused by lifestyle habits, genetics, or both. You can also refer to thinning hair as minor to moderate hair loss. Thinning hair doesn’t necessarily cause baldness, unlike widespread hair loss. However, our experts suggest that it does give the appearance of thinner spots of hair on your head. Thinning hair happens gradually. It means that our hair experts will pinpoint the causes and figure out the best treatment measures.
Trichotillomania, or pathological hair pulling, is a pretty common but underdiagnosed psychological disorder. People with this problem experience an overwhelming urge to pull out their hair. Many people who suffer from trichotillomania may not know that they have a diagnosable condition. They may view their hair pulling as a bad habit, and some people may also experience severe physical and psychological symptoms.
Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune disorder. It often results in unpredictable hair loss and affects roughly 6.8 million people in the US alone. In most cases, hair tends to fall out in small patches around the size of a quarter. Hair loss is nothing more than a few patches for most people. In some cases, though, it can be more extreme. Sometimes, it leads to the complete loss of hair on the scalp. Contact the experts at Bond Hair Bar for Stress Alopecia Hair Replacement.
Male Pattern Baldness
Male pattern baldness commonly refers to a receding hairline. It also denotes loss of hair in the crown or lower portion of the head. Experts suggest that Hair loss in men can also be traced to genetics. Suppose your grandfather’s side of the family, your grandmother’s side of the family, your father’s side of the family, or your mother’s side of the family experienced male pattern baldness. In that case, the chances are that you will also inherit this trait. If Male Pattern Baldness is on your mind, contact Bond Hair Bar for your Hair Replacement Options.