You’re dealing with hair loss. You’re in transition from a full head of natural hair to baldness. You’ve thought over your options. You’ve decided you don’t want your image presented as baldness. You want hair. You’ve researched your options for surgical and non-surgical hair replacement. You’re looking at the non-surgical hair system option.
Now another question bears consideration: Your image with your hair replacement system.
Natural Choice Hair Replacement (NCHR) often hears from individuals indicating they’d like to change their image with hair. Color plays a big part of this consideration. Maybe the natural hair you’re losing or have lost was dark brown. Your hair replacement doesn’t necessarily have to be dark brown. Maybe you had black hair, but you often thought about a lighter look. Maybe your natural hair color was transitioning to gray before your hair loss accelerated. Now you’re thinking that maybe a gray look with hair replacement might be something to consider. Were you blond? Do you still want to present your image as blond? As much as hair loss presents a life transition for men and women, so too does hair replacement present a transition to a new image. Hair color is a key part of your image with hair replacement.
What do we know about hair color and image? Consider the colors brown, black, blond, red, white, and gray in association with positive image and personality attributes:
|Brown Hair: Associates with positive image and personality attributes such as:||Black Hair: Associates with positive image and personality attributes such as:|
|Blond Hair: Associates with positive image and personality attributes such as:||Red Hair: Associates with positive image and personality attributes such as:|
|White Hair: Associates with positive image and personality attributes such as:||Silver Hair: Associates with positive image and personality attributes such as:|
|What attributes speak to the image you want to project as you transition into your look with hair replacement? Think about it. Write them down. And consider questions around hair color against natural skin color/tone, heaviness/lightness of facial features, age ranges, among others. What about hair color and negative perceptions? You might want to take negatives into consideration as well (check out the links provided in this blog).|
Do you simply want to look like you used to look before your hair loss? Do you have a picture from the past where you had a full head of hair that you’d now like to emulate? Did you have a look customized with a perm in years gone by that you now think you’d like to get back? Were you in your 20s where you thought your hair looked its healthiest and best? Or maybe it was in your 30s? Maybe it’s time for hair that embellishes your maturity with an aura of sophistication: the gray-haired silver fox persona?
NCHR has been addressing these types of questions with men and woman for 30+ years. Engage us…with your vision and our wealth of experience, knowledge, and proven market stability, we will craft your new image with hair replacement (in color)!
Information links you may find interesting and insightful are listed below: