What do Chris Evans, Henry Cavill, Hugh Jackman, Mark Ruffalo, and Paul Rudd have in common? Yes, they all played superheroes in movies. They all saved the Earth from dark forces and annihilation. And guess what? They may all be able to save you from hypothermia with their furry, rugged chests.
Hair loss is not a simple matter. Its psychological impact can last for many years, causing hidden scars to one’s self-esteem. James Brown, a renowned Hollywood celebrity hair stylist, started losing his hair in his early twenties. He confessed dreading the thought of travelling via plane and going through airport security. “I got to the point when it was so bad, I didn’t want to take my hat off. Those minutes before going through security and taking my hat off, they were torture for me,” he said.
There are days when you can’t find the strength and the motivation to roll out of bed or put your pants on. These are the days when you feel like a mess and look like a mess. But that won’t pay the rent, will it? So you get up, take a shower, and eat your breakfast. Before you head out the door, you do one final touch up and twist your hair up into a bun or just pull it backwards for a ponytail. Well, everyone’s allowed to have a few bad hair days, right?
The rainy season may bring us relief from the sweltering weather, but you know what else it brings? More risk of hair and skin infection. With increased humidity and with difficulty keeping them dry, the scalp and hair attract more dirt and pollutants. If you dismiss hair care this time of the year, serious problems are sure to arise, such as further damage and hair fall in the rainy season.