Are You Getting Serious About Hair Replacement? Call Riviera Today.
At Riviera Hair Replacement, we take our jobs seriously. We want to ensure that every client that walks through our doors receives discreet, respectful, professional help obtaining their hair goals. Whether you are facing hair loss from chemotherapy, experiencing pattern baldness, or alopecia, Riviera can design and create the hair replacement to suit your lifestyle and needs.
The decision to explore hair replacement deserves serious attention. Do you want full coverage provided by a wig? Are you thinking of maximizing the hair you have with hair integration? Are you looking to change your style and color or stick to something familiar?
Our specialists at Riviera can help you answer these questions and work with you to determine what hair replacement will suit your needs. Our goal is to ensure your hair replacement helps you look and feel like your confident self. We provide free consultations and hope that you will call us today at 516-364-0110 to schedule yours.
Lighten Up With These Ten Fun And Little-Known Facts About Hair
We know that hair loss and hair replacement are important, serious topics. But, we also know that there is always room for a bit of fun in life. Here, we offer you some weird, lesser-known facts about hair that might just get you in the mood to explore more about hair loss, growth, and replacement!
- The longest hair for a male ever recorded was 26 feet. It belonged to Swami Pandarasannadhi of India and was recorded in 1949.
- The longest female hair recorded belongs to Xie Qiuping of China. In 2004 her hair measured 18 feet, 4 inches.
- The tallest mohawk spike recorded measured 4 feet and was recorded in 2014. It belongs to Japanese fashion designer Kazuhiro Wantanabe and took 2 hours, three cans of hair spray, and an entire jar of hair gel to sculpt.
- People “cleaned” their hair with herbs and extracts as far back as ancient times in India. The Hindi word for this was “chhampo,” which meant to press. To chhampo, someone was to massage them. To chhampo hair – was to cleanse and massage the scalp. That word eventually became shampoo. Shampoo did not become a noun until it was introduced as a consumer product in the 19th century.
- In ancient times in Greece, Rome, and Egypt, women used various methods to try to color their hair blonde. Their techniques included pigeon poop, white wine, sulfur, eggs, calf organs, and gold dust. Modern hair color formulas began to be developed in the late 1800s
- When healthy hair is wet, it should stretch to about 30% of its original length without breaking.
- Hair can help clean up oil spills from hard surfaces.
- Some scientists believe that 500-1,000 strands of human hair could support a 176-pound human. (The average head of hair contains 50,000-100,000 hairs!)
- Only 1 percent of the entire world’s population has red hair.
- There are very few parts of the human body that do not have any hair follicles. These are the only places you are pretty much guaranteed never to see hair. They are your lips, soles of your feet, and palms of your hands.
Call Riviera Hair Replacement Today to Schedule Your Free Consultation
Hair replacement is serious business, but it can also be fun. Call our discreet, compassionate professionals at Riviera to schedule a free evaluation.
You will be glad you did. Call 516-364-0110 today to learn how we can help meet your hair replacement needs.