Kayla Martell Hair Loss Seminar for Women

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Hair Solutions of Long Island Hosting

A Special Women’s Hair Loss Seminar

Meet Kayla Martell, Miss Delaware 2010

When:
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
6:30pm to 8:30pm

Where:
3601 Hempstead Turnpike, Suite 510,
Levittown, NY 11756

Phone: 
(516) 579-1500

Hosted by:
Hair Solutions of Long Island


When:
Wednesday, September 28, 2015
6:30pm to 8:30pm

Where:
366 Veterans Memorial Highway,
Commack, NY 11725

Phone: 
(631) 864-5656

Hosted by:
Hair Solutions of Long Island

Space is Limited. Make Your Reservations Now.

DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS AMAZING OPPORTUNITY.

Kayla Martell will be in New York to personally help kick off her new national tour of Women’s Hair Loss Seminars with free advice and private counsel for women experiencing medical hair loss.

This exclusive Levitton & Commack, NY event will be held at our two locations:

September 27, 2016
3601 Hempstead Turnpike, Suite 510,
Levittown, NY 11756

September 28, 2016
366 Veterans Memorial Highway,
Commack, NY 11725

Those attending this free Women’s Hair Loss Seminar will learn

  • About the science of hair
  • Hair loss and its emotional toll on women
  • How to tell if hair loss is temporary or permanent
  • And most importantly – the solutions available for women

We want women everywhere who are experiencing thinning hair or any level of hair loss to know that no matter what their level of hair loss, there is a solution. You can have your hair back beautifully and naturally here at Hair Solutions of Long Island.

Whether your hair loss is temporary or permanent, you owe it to yourself to be informed about your potential options and solutions. Today, there is someone ready to help you!

Make Your Reservations Now.

There is No Charge for This Event.
Call (888) 477-4247

“So many women feel there is nowhere to turn, but they do think about their hair loss challenges. Over 30 million women suffer from hair loss, and we need to talk about it.” – Donna

Kayla Martell’s Amazing Story

From the age of 10, Kayla Martell has known what it’s like to live with hair loss. She’s a very special person – and, she’s coming to Levitton & Commack, NY on September 27 & 28, 2016.

Meet and get to know Kayla – a former Miss Delaware.
You’ll Want To Be There.

Hair Loss Can Be An Attitude.
You Have Choices!

Q: Kayla it’s a pleasure speaking with you. You’ve become a spokesperson for hair loss and a role model, particularly for women. How did this all start?
Kayla – I was in fifth grade and my hair began coming out little by little and then by clumps. Losing your hair at any age is really sensitive. I wasn’t even in Jr. High and had to deal with this condition.

Q: And your condition is called Alopecia.
Kayla – That’s right – so there was no cure whatsoever. So back at my age, the only person I could really relate to was my father and that’s not the same, as you can imagine.

Q: For our readers, can you describe exactly how this went down. Your hair begins to fall out – did you first tell your parents?
Kayla – I’ve always been a very independent person. I started parting my hair in different ways each day – so you couldn’t tell. I used covers, headbands – so much so – I hid it from my parents for about a month. I was trying to internalize it but finally spoke to my parents about what I was noticing. Honestly I thought I was dying because losing your hair is so traumatic and it’s different because who around you is going through it nobody your age. We had a family member go through chemo so, I was associating cancer with this.

Q: That’s quite a thought.
Kayla – Thankfully, my mother was very pro-active. Her mother had cancer and died when my mom was nine. She’s a very calm person and took me to the doctor and it took months and months of blood work, needles and exams. Finally the diagnosis was alopecia areata.

Q: Finally an answer. What choices did you have? Alopecia has to do with autoimmune function.
Kayla – At that point were several cortisone injections to the head in the affected area, or to try to treat other symptoms and see if that helps. For example: I found out I had a thyroid condition, at that time. You hope that somehow if you treat that second condition it will help the hair loss as well. That didn’t happen, but I’m glad I found out about the thyroid condition.

Q: There still isn’t a real cure for Alopecia.
Kayla – No there isn’t, but you can live with it easily.

Q: You’re going to be visiting Hair Solutions in Levittown, NY, on September 27th & Commack, NY, on September 28th.
Kayla – I’m so excited. I love to meet people who may have the same hair loss challenges as I faced many years ago. There’s nothing like talking and relating. We all learn from each other.

Q: – We’ll do a part II after your visit. Thank you so much for your time because there’s so much more to this wonderful story.

HAIR SOLUTIONS OF LONG ISLAND HAS A SPECIAL OFFER!

As we celebrate Kayla Martell and her visit to Hair Solutions of Long Island, call us today or use the quick online reservations form at the top of this page to register. Ladies – it’s your day.

See us on September 27th & 28th for Kayla Martell Day here at Hair Solutions of Long Island.

All women attending will receive a complimentary hair and scalp analysis in a confidential consultation to address their specific concerns.

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