Lael Mitchell is a influential woman based in Los Angeles. She has managed to own two successful business, Divine Lash Co & Lael Mitchell Essentials, while maintaining a stable life for her and her family. She is a true example of black excellence. You can follow Lael on Instagram @laeldivine.
All Day is a 21 year old rapper based in Australia he’s a rapper with a fresh perspective, smooth melodies and lyrical flow, hailing from Blackwood, the home of Hilltop Hoods in Adelaide. As a 10 year old All Day began rapping, recording his first songs as a teenager, and taking out battle after battle in his hoasxzmetown.
Lupus is a chronic, autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body (skin, joints, and/or organs inside the body). When you have lupus, the body attacks the healthy tissues that’s supposed to fights off viruses, bacteria, and germs. Normally our immune system produces proteins called antibodies that protects the body from these invaders. Autoimmune means your immune system cannot tell the difference between these foreign invaders and your body’s healthy tissues and creates autoantibodies that attack and destroy healthy tissue. These autoantibodies cause inflammation, pain, and damage in various parts of the body. Lupus is also a disease of flares, the symptoms worsen and you feel ill, and remissions (the symptoms improve and you feel better). (Wallace)
In the story, “Because of Anya,” by Margaret Peterson Haddix, is a young girl, called Anya, which has a disease of Alopecia Areata. Alopecia Areata is a type of a disease that causes patchy hair-loss. At page #62, Anya’s wig detaches, and falls off. Anya, humiliated and speechless, rapidly snatched her wig, and ran out of the gym. The story states, “You lost your hair!” Tyler gasped. It seemed like the whole gym went dead silent after that. “It's…” Anya choked. She snatched up the wig and took off running.” After the incident, one of Anya’s classmate, Keely, decided to help Anya to feel better about herself. The resolution, at page #111, was that Keely and Stef, both donated their hair, to help children with Alopecia Areata. The statement
There is a lot of people that have problems related to depilation. If you have strong body hair, shaving makes your hair even stronger... so you try depilators or waxing - a bit better results, but those horrible ingrown hair appears. And they are difficult to get rid of. And sometimes leave scars or marks on your skin. It is difficult to get rid of ingrown hair, but it is possible. Below you will find some tips that should help you solve this problem.
“The pain walking around without your pride is hard to do if you ask.” - Randy Wolff. Currently, at the age of 37, Randy is diagnosed with alopecia, it’s a disease that makes all of the hair fall out, in certain parts, of the patient's body. This is Randy Wolff and this is his eye-opening story about his never-ending battle with Alopecia. This is what alopecia is.
There is nothing as terrible as hair loss and can probably be seen as every human beings worst nightmare. It alters your appearance and make you look older than you are or older than you feel. Worst of all it takes away a person’s self-confidence. Hair loss is seen as a natural way of life as one gets older in both men and women. The causes of Hair loss in men is mostly known as male pattern baldness caused by Andorgenetic Alopecia which is hereditary. This runs in a lot of families, other things like hormones also affect hair loss in men. In women, it can also be hereditary or caused by surges in hormones or hormone imbalances.
Hi my naturalists, I 've been natural for a year and a few months (I transitioned); however, I recently noticed my hair has broken off a little in the front. The culprit is unknown, however it may be from putting too much heat on it (leave out from see-ins)...Anyways, I 'm considering doing the big chop (this Friday). However, I don 't wanna have to cut it so low mainly because I 'm just scared I 'm gonna look like a boy lol; so what do you guys recommend? Should I take another route or just suck it up and cut
The styles that lead to traction alopecia cause discomfort at best and at worst are downright painful. You may have a headache and your scalp may be tender and or sore. You may also have problems turning your head or finding a comfortable position in order to sleep. Another sign of traction alopecia is the presence of tiny bumps along your scalp. Little points of white may also be visible. These white spots are the bulbs of the hairs that have been yanked out of your hair follicles.
We often see our hair as a reflection of our identity because it is both personal and public. When our hair is too frizzy, too dry, turning grey or falling out, then our self-esteem is seriously affected. This deep personal relationship between hair and self-esteem is
I chose to research Alopecia. Alopecia in layman 's terms means hair loss or baldness. Some types of hair loss are temporary while others are permanent. Alopecia is not actually a procedure but is a common autoimmune disease or condition. It occurs when your immune system attacks your hair follicles on your scalp or other areas of your body. Alopecia doesn 't harm your health or necessarily set an alarm that you have a medical issue. It may be the result though of a skin disease, ringworm, dietary deficiencies, drug reactions, anticancer medications, chemotherapy, hormonal changes, and family history, to name a few.
Well, I'm sorry you believe my hair extensions are disgusting, but personally I love them. My “fake” hair shouldn't offend you, however, if it does I am truly sorry. Also, just because I wear extensions it doesn't necessarily mean that I hate myself or my hair, and it doesn't mean I am denying my culture. Hair extensions are multicultural and diverse between genders so not just African American women wear “weave.” That term alone is offensive because there are so many types of extensions so you cannot narrow it down to a single “ghetto” term.
Non-surgical hair replacement is the approaches used to fix the hair for men, women, and children that have little hair on the head,
When society hears the words mental disorder, the first thing that pops into their minds is Schizophrenia or Bipolar. One disorder that you may not have heard about is Trichotillomania. Trichotillomania, defined by Dorland 's Illustrated Medical Dictionary is “ A morbid impulse to pull out one’s own hair; trichologia”, (Saunders, W.B, pg 1395). This is a long-term disorder that affects young and old, however, in adults it tends to affect more women than men. With proper care and treatments this disorder can be minimized but will never be cured.
There’s nothing worse than waking up to find yourself a bloody, gassy mess. There’s also nothing worse than waking up in a hospital and seeing your doctor’s face, but the worst is learning that you have ulcerative colitis.