The Greatest Hair Loss Therapies
The best hair loss therapies that you will come across are going to be lotions, shampoo, or something you ingest orally. Of course in case you do decide to take any type of oral medication, or topical for that matter, I highly suggest that you simply seek medical advice first. You do not wish to use some strange lotion to your scalp solely to discover that you are allergic, and then you’ll definitely end up shedding extra hair or with an embarrassing rash.
Drastic Hair Therapies
If your situation is very serious then you possibly can always take into account drastic hair loss treatments. These might end up being one of the best hair loss treatments for you, though they are often dangerous and expensive.
1. Laser Hair Treatment – Laser hair treatment will involve a series of visits to the physician’s clinic to be able to get particular hairs hooked up to your head. This is a critical surgery and shouldn’t be taken seriously. It can be very costly, though it is more likely to be covered for girls than for men.
2. A wig – You possibly can always purchase an costly wig to put on round if your loss is just too serious. You could find many high-quality wigs either on the Internet or in your local wig shop. The best quality wigs are produced from human hair, and obviously those ones are extra expensive. If you select the inexpensive route you will get fake hair, but it’s more visibly fake, like for a Halloween costume.
3. Shave your head – You would go together with the bald-chick look. Actually loads of males discover it sexy, but not many women would ever select this. This can be a very drastic hair treatment.
Whichever route you take, simply keep in mind that plenty of women experience hair loss, however in the event you notice it falling out in handfuls then you should get to the physician as quickly as possible to run blood tests. Hair issues generally is a sign of extreme physical illness, and you can never be too careful together with your health.
Lexie Hayden “The Drive” EP Release Show + Sub Radio
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I always hesitate to take the interstate, but I always do.” For Lexie Hayden, an inspired, young, Virginia-bred singer/songwriter, that interstate has always pointed to Nashville, Tennessee. Ahead of the release of her 2017 EP "The Drive", fittingly written and recorded in the heart of Music City, Hayden is thankful for the journey that led her there. “This record has been a long time coming, and I couldn’t be more excited to share it with the world.” Having co-written all 5 songs, The Drive not only marks a statement in Hayden’s growth as a singer and a writer, but a realization of her identify as an artist in the ever changing landscape of country music.
Drawing inspiration from all corners of country music, ranging from royalty like Dolly Parton and The Dixie Chicks, to younger trailblazers such as Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves and Brothers Osborne, Hayden has always sought to tap one particular attribute that these influences embody to her: honesty. And more than anything, honesty is what has her so excited for The Drive. “These songs are really ME – who I am as an artist, and who I am as a person.”
Coming up in Northern Virginia, Hayden cultivated a strong local following through performing live, recording singles, and utilizing her YouTube channel. The goal was simple – to share her music with the world around her. In the summer of 2014, she took an internship at the nationally syndicated Bobby Bones Show in Nashville, which exposed her to a whole new side of the music she loves. She had the opportunity to perform on air many times during her internship, gaining confidence and followers through the help of the show. “I fell in love with Nashville, and I knew pretty early on that I’d end up here.” Hayden was chosen to perform her single When I’m With You as the keynote performance for the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, an impressive feat for such a newly established artist. While she is thrilled to release this new record, she is also mindful of the road ahead. “In a lot of ways, this is just beginning,” she says, “I can’t wait for what’s to come.
Washington, DC's Sub-Radio makes smart, danceable pop rock that's always expanding its boundaries, with elements of funk, folk, and EDM present on their 2016 release Same Train // Different Station. The sextet's high-energy live performances and variety of outstanding vocalists have put them on the map up and down the East Coast. Sub-Radio is composed of Adam Bradley (vocals), Matt Prodanovich (guitar), Mike Chinen (guitar/keyboards), John Fengya (guitar/keyboards), Michael Pereira (drums), and Barry Siford (bass). Compared to bands such as Maroon 5, Smallpools, and Two Door Cinema Club, Sub-Radio amazes audiences with guitars, keyboard, and catchy vocals.
In March 2016 Sub-Radio released "Same Train // Different Station", which can be downloaded above on the music tab. . Multiple songs have been recognized in national songwriting competitions as Sub-Radio played festivals from New York to North Carolina. Notable festivals include the Cherry Blossom Festival, Celebrate Fairfax Festival!, LAUNCH Music Festival and Conference, SummerFestDC, Taste of DC, DC Capital PRIDE, Clarendon Day, H Street Music Festival, 17th Street Festival, 25th Anniversary National BBQ Battle in DC, Capital BrewFest: Blossom Bash Beer & Wine Festival, and FireFly Music Festival.
Sub-Radio has also opened for established acts such as the Grammy-winning band, A Great Big World (Ian Axel / Chad Vaccarino), Aloe Blacc, Hot Chelle Rae, Andy Grammer, Honor By August, RDGLDGRN, and Smallpools.
The latest album album, Same Train // Different Station and recently released single "Better Than That" is available on iTunes, Spotify and all other music outlets.
Sub-Radio is currently playing shows in support of the album up and down the East Coast.
Sub-Radio's style can only be described as the type of music you’d jam to on the way to the beach in the heat of summer. The pop rock energy of the songs kept the audience’s attention throughout the entirety of the performance. The band has recently debuted its fourth album “Same Train // Different Station.” The songs are sure to energize the audience just as their performance did. – the Breeze / James Madison University