HairBlues is what many women have when they discover, to their chagrin, something is happening to their hair. Chances are that initially  it is probably going to change how they feel about themselves.  Having gone through this trauma, I have found a somewhat acceptable comfort level. I have sincere empathy for women suffering from the sheer embarrassment, as well as lack of knowledge of what to do about the problem, along with finding support groups to aid them with their personal needs for making the problem less irritating/frightening.  Yes, frightening!  Although baldness in women has become a more acceptable – and even fashionable look in recent years, many situations still are not ‘bald-friendly‘ toward women.

Yes, there are probably hundreds of Blogs about Hair Loss, with all types of Hair Solutions for various problems, so how will HairBlues be an overall addition?

HairBlues attempts to put this information in a more simply focused, solution/care oriented format.  When we viewed other Blogs about the various hair problems women face, it was fairly overwhelming to decipher “what to read”, “what seemed solutions that worked”,” what doctors had to say about hair problems”. We hope our focus will be easier for you to find guidelines for addressing your particular problem.  There is no magic solution for hair loss, but there are ways to renew your outlook about this very personal issue.

I hope to make that kind of difference.  One that will help you to know that you are still attractive!

Submitted with sincere wishes for your personal success! 🙂

A Note to Followers:

In the past HairBlues has focused mainly on hair loss and hair care suggestions. However, in the future this blog will focus on various types of beauty issues; nails, hair color processes that promote articles about beauty, and what others define as beauty.

Check out what else I’m doing:  http://www.judithguerra.com/

FYI: I have not solicited nor received any of the products I have reviewed here.  I purchased all the products reviewed here, without any coaxing, suggesting, or communication with the producers/manufacturers.

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  1. Great blog! Great information! And inspirational! So helpful to know one is not alone in dealing with hair loss and other issues that women, particularly women of color, have to deal with!

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