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5 Tips for Thinning Hair from Bosley’s Director of Education, Michelle Blaisure

Our friends at Bosley Professional Strength are sponsoring our City of Hope Pop-Up Salon on Aug. 18. To learn more about what we can all do for thinning hair, we went to the expert, Michelle Blaisure, Bosley Professional Strength’s Director of Education.

 

 

 

  1. Shampoo with a product specifically designed for thinning hair.

  2. Use volumizing products that are weight free, provide thickness and fullness to the hair.

  3. Apply a leave-in treatment to keep quality and health of the scalp.

  4. Utilize a hair fiber to camouflage the thin areas on the crown or top of the head.

  5. Lastly, maintain with intensive strengthening conditioner at least once a week.

 

Michelle  is affiliated with the hair care organization known to be “the world’s most experienced hair restoration expert” since 2009. As the director of education at Bosley Professional Strength, it is her role to write the curriculum and presentations for the products, as well as training new employees at the foundation. Before BosleyPro, she earned her license as a hair stylist at just eighteen years of age. As a certified Trichologist, biology of hair and scalp is her passion and she has benefited us with five tips for thinning hair.

Q: What do you thrive upon most working at BosleyPro?

A: It is my passion for the hair loss category and we offer the flexibility to share information about hair loss and work with distributors worldwide.

Q: What interested you in getting involved with Beauty Bus Foundation?

A: My mother had breast cancer and I know what a devastating illness or disease it is to experience. As a hair stylist, I know how important it is to go through this and I think the Beauty Bus Foundation is a great opportunity to have the experience of feeling good, as well for the caregiver while they are going through these difficult times.