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You would say my bald spot is larger than a silver dollar though? And what qualifies as "thinning" hair? I consider it balding personally because I don't even see roots growing out of that open field in the middle of my head. I would consider thinning to be when you actually see thin hair and a shade of color closer to that of the skin below it, but as I have it I can see the scalp pretty clearly. How do you make the distinction? And as to my question about options. Why are there so many options when women don't in fact really care about men going bald? Why so much research and product to save hair when it is clear that nature doesn't want them to be saved?

I can't really tell actual size from the pic. Does it matter? Thinning/balding, tomatoes/tomahtoes. It's the same thing. Is just a nicer way of saying It. There's tons of options because research is where the money is. Men don't want to go bald so men are searching.for ways to prevent it. Wannaknow why weight loss is a bajillion dollar industry? Because men dont like chubby girls.  I'm using "men" in the editorial sense here for the most part. The bottom line is, there is massive amounts if research, resulting in massive amounts of options because men don't want to bed bald. You can blame it on women not liking bald men if you want, and there may be women sho think that way. But I would no sooner worry about the type of woman will wont like you because your hair is thinning than I would a man who didn't like a woman because she was fat or wore glasses or has short hair. Are people entitled to their opinions? Of course. That doesn't mean you have to jump thru hoops of fire to be worthy.  


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Dana Sear


I can answer questions on all types of hairstyling, cutting, designing, coloring, corrective color, perming techniques,product knowledge, and in general, anything that has anything to do with hair. PLEASE NOTE: I am a professional designer and trainer. I do hair and teach advanced classes to licensed designers. I do not, under any circumstances, recommend doing chemical services including but not limited to relaxers, perms, color, highlights, or any other chemical service at home. I will not tell you how to use professional products nor will I tell you how to do your color at home. What I CAN do is arm you with current and accurate information and help you to be able to better communicate with your stylist/designer. I can also help you with what you need to do at home to maintain, protect, and treat your hair.


I have been a designer and educator for 31 years. I have been a salon consultant for Redken, affiliate trainer for ABBA Pure and Natural, Director of Education for my own salon and am currently a member of the design team and advanced trainer for my company. I specialize in corrective color, perming and style support, and image updates (make overs)

I have been actively licensed for 31 years. I actively participate in and teach cutting, perming, coloring, and business building classes. I am a REDKEN Certified Haircolorist, and REDKEN Specialist. I also have extensive training in Structure in Motion Cutting Techniques and Tigi Cutting.

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