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Crown Clinic surgeon Asim Shahmalak calls for tighter regulation in hair extension trade

Crown Clinic' surgeon Asim Shahmalak said the hair extension trade needed far tighter regulation.
He said: "It is crying out for a proper regulatory body which can assess salons and weed out rogue operators.
"Anyone carrying out hair extensions should be overseen by experts so that if something does go wrong customers have some form of redress.
"At present the whole trade is completely unregulated…

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20 reasons for having a bad hair day

Last week, we gave Crown Clinic's surgeon Asim Shahmalak's five ways to avoid a bad hair days.

We thought it would be fun to look at the top 20 reasons why people simply cannot get their hair looking right. 


The top 20 root causes for having a bad hair day have been revealed in
a new survey.
And the most popular…

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Will I need more than one hair transplant?

Crown Clinic's  surgeon Asim Shahmalak  is often asked by male patients whether they will need more than one hair transplant

Men have one of two hair transplant procedures at the clinic - either FUE (follicular unit extraction) or FUT (follicular unit transplantation), better known as strip harvesting.

FUE, the technique favoured by celebrities such as Calum Best and Wayne Rooney, is the more…

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Five tips for avoiding a bad hair day

We all have them - bad hair days.

A recent Crown Clinic survey looked at the 20 most popular root causes of bad hair days. The most popular was just plain 'bad luck' - or, in more every day terms, 'getting out of bed on the wrong side.' Other popular causes were bad weather and having a lie in (because many people, especially women) don't have time…

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Chris Evans is reviving the comb-over

It is one of the relics of the 1970s which we all thought we had left behind - the comb- over.

The comb-over was a hairstyle adopted by stars of the Seventies such as the former England footballer Bobby Charlon who disguised his baldness by 'combing over' longer hair from the side of his scalp.

It seemed fine in the Seventies, but 40 years on you do…

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