Friday, 1 April 2016

How OLD is your hair? Expert reveals the signs of ageing to your locks over the years

'Mum fringe': the Duchess of Cambridge, 34, complained to friends in December that her latest haircut by stylist Richard Ward made her look mumsy. Lots of women experience hair loss after pregnancy 

From wrinkled hands to turkey necks and furrowed brows, there are many tell-tale signs that reveal the ages of those adept at warding off the ravages of time. 
But your hair need not be one of them according to Sally-Ann Tarver, an expert trichologist who reveals ways of combating hair thinning and other changes which happen as we age.

Sally-Ann became interested in what she calls the 'obscure profession' of trichology after suffering severe injuries in a motorbike accident, the trauma of which resulted in acute hair loss herself.

Someone Like You: Pop star Adele, 27, has a fine and bouncy crop of hair as most people in their 20s ought to
Someone Like You: Pop star Adele, 27, has a fine and bouncy crop of hair as most people in their 20s ought to
She found that in the Midlands in the 1990s there were very few experts in trichology and so retrained as one herself, establishing The Cotswold Trichology Centre in 1998.
Here she reveals how your hair changes as you get older and shares tips and techniques to help women of all ages keep their tresses beguilingly youthful.
HAIR IN YOUR 20S 
This is the decade for letting your locks grow long and curly. Like Adele's, your hair should be as shiny and bouncy as it was in your teens. So enjoy it – and don't be shy about changing your style, your colour and mixing things up to find the 'do that suits you best.
But if your barnet isn't as perky as it was when you were 15 chances are it is a reflection of an underlying health problem or iron deficiency, so don't ignore the signs.


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