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Expert Offers Solution to Hair Loss Concerns
Date:6/2/2011

ENGLEWOOD, N.J., June 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Hair loss remains an important distressing side effect for certain patients and individuals and although there are certainly more critical health issues there is no doubt that loss of hair is a stressful experience for men and women.  The effects of this concern often cause one to become anxious or tense and on occasion miserable.  In a study performed by Coates et al, nausea, hair loss and vomiting were described as the three most distressing side-effects of chemotherapy (Coates et al, 1983).

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Although the reason for hair loss can involve a range of causes there is common ground among individuals affected by this disorder.  All individuals want a solution that enhances appearance and lifestyle while remaining virtually seamless.

Now, one of the most advanced methods of hair enhancement in the industry is available for individuals searching for a solution to hair loss.  The technique is exclusive to Sequence Inc.  

Known as Sequencing, the technique involves adding one human hair at a time to a client's natural growth. As a result, loosely flowing styles that women can toss and comb in any direction are created while enabling brushing right down to the scalp. For those who know hair extensions, this claim sounds too good to be true. But it's not.

The difference with this technique as compared to other methods is the proprietary Blending Strand®. This virtually transparent filament is as thin as a human hair. It allows Sequence to lengthen hair, thicken hair, and offer women the most diverse styles.  Sequencing allows thin, receding, or bald areas to be filled in whether they are the result of pattern baldness or a medical condition such as alopecia or chemotherapy. Simply put, the Blending Strand helps Sequence give women the hair they are dreaming of without incurring the cosmetic and medical risks that accompany typical hair extensions.

Sequence, established in 1989 by Dino Dondiego, offers the gold standard in customized extra hair solutions for clients nationwide.

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Dino Dondiego  

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CONTACT: Dino Dondiego, 888-253-6388, dino@sequencehair.com  


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