As it goes with famous bald men, female celebrities also have to part ways with their hair for this or that reason. For some of them it is a conscious choice or a matter of necessity, for others it’s a natural way of things and nothing can be done about it. Still, all famous bald women in the following list seam to reap benefits from their condition and they are not ashamed of their baldness at all.

Who said that long hair is an indispensable part of woman’s sexiness? Well, Amber Rose proves the opposite. The American model deliberately shaves her head and it makes her one of the sexiest bald women ever.

Bjork. This extraordinary Icelandic singer with expressive vocals and passion for the musical (and visual) experiment was shot bald in the video Hunter showing her transformation into a polar bear (with the help of CGI). They say she didn’t really shave her head but wore a bald cap for this video.

Britney Spears is a rowdy American pop superstar who has sold over 85 million of her albums worldwide. Perhaps, she is most famous for shocking her fans by shaving her head bald in 2007. A controversial deed was her manifestation of rebellion and insanity and stirred quite a scandal.

Cassie, or Cassandra Ventura, is an American singer, dancer and model. In April 2009 Cassie completely shaved the right side of her head explaining it as the need for a total change in her life. It must be said she looks cool with her new “Edward Scissorhands” hairstyle.

Quite often celebrities agree to go bald to star in movies. For example, the Australian award-winning actress Cate Blanchett (born on May 14, 1969) shaved her head for the role of Philippa in the movie Heaven (2002).

Demi Moore, an American actress, also readily said farewell to star in the movie G.I. Jane. She played the role of Lieutenant Jordan O’Neil, the first woman to undergo training in U.S. Navy. Though Demi looks very feminine and beautiful she proved that she could be badass on the screen as well.

As with many other ladies in the list, the baldness of Eve Salvail helped her reach a greater success. Not only Eve shaved her hair but also made a Chinese dragon tattoo on her bald head. Quite soon after that her extraordinary appearance was recognized and she became one of the top fashion models.

Sometime baldness is not a matter of a conscious choice. The Scottish model and TV presenter Gail Porter suffered from severe alopecia areata until she finally made decision to shave her head bald. She said it felt like a new beginning to her.

Kylie Minogue is another misfortunate celebrity that had to part ways with her splendid hair. In 2005 the Australian pop diva was diagnosed with breast cancer and lost most of her hair because of chemotherapy. Fortunately, Kylie could regrow some of her hair and could boast of her new short and sexy hairstyle.

Natalie Portman is another actress who famously went bald to play the role of Evey Hammond, a young woman who is rescued from state police by a vigilante “V” in the science fiction movie V for Vendetta (2006).

The Indian actress Persis Khambatta shaved her head for the role of the Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. According to the movie Deltan race was bald, yet very sexual. Looking at the adorable Persis you can’t but agree with it.

Shabana Azmi (born on September 18, 1950) is one of the most famous actresses of Indian parallel cinema. She got rid of her beautiful hair in 2000 for the film Water directed by Deepa Mehta, an award-winning Canadian film director and screenwriter.

What do you think is the most badass female role ever? No doubt, it’s Ellen Ripley in the Alien series played by Sigourney Weaver. Baldness really contributed to Sigourney’s toughness in the 3rd installment.

Sinead O’Connor is a famous Irish musician who suffered from hair loss problems but managed to make her own style and trademark out of her baldness. One of her well-known statements is “I don’t feel like me unless I have my hair shaved.”

Thea Chassin is a special person in the world of bald (and balding) women. Her mission is not to let any woman feel alone with this condition. Thea has been suffering from alopecia areata since 1997 and lost all her hair on the scalp and body. So she founded her organization Bald Girls Do Lunch bringing together bald women through supportive lunch events.

Well, lives of celebrities are all about their looks. And, as you can see, sometimes bald can look cute, cool and cunning.

We all want to have beautiful and healthy hair all day long and in every season. But we need to work hard to achieve good and permanent results, especially in winter. Our hair needs much attention and care from the inside, as well as from the outside. Let’s start from the inside.

In order to give our hair the opportunity to grow healthy and strong we need to give it proper nutrition. Yes, all necessary nutrients, substances, minerals and vitamins that are in special demand in winter.

Our body lacks sunlight in winter, thus, the reserves if vitamin D are quickly exhausted. Consequently, hair loses its former strength and shine. To restore the necessary amount of this vitamin in your body eat more food that is rich in proteins: legumes, eggs, milk, butter, fish, poultry. These healthy products will deliver “building blocks” to your hair. Also make sure that you’ve included fresh greens, vegetables and fruits in your diet plan.

Our hair lacks other important vitamins as well, so you should go the nearest drug store and buy a vitamin complex. Vitamins A and B provide stable hair growth. Vitamin C strengthens the roots, while vitamin F prevents dryness and sloughing the scalp, and vitamin E is responsible for healthy shine of hair stems.

You hair also needs zinc to keep hair cells and tissue in good form, magnesium to provide proper protein synthesis in your hair, biotin to create the proper environment in the scalp. These elements will not only prevent hair loss but also help you regrow your hair lost in winter. These components, as well as other most important vitamins and minerals, are contained in Provillus for men and women. A good option for inner hair care in winter.

At present many women and much more men encounter the problem of hair loss. While to lose about a hundred of hairs a day is scientifically considered to be quite normal for the lifecycle of hair follicles, today people are desperately complaining that their daily hair loss is much greater.

Regrow you hair with rest and sleepApart from some specific and personal reasons (such as a serious illness, hormonal imbalance, pregnancy, aging, etc.), such rapid hair loss is also caused by a serious deterioration of environmental conditions and poor, unhealthy lifestyle in general.

A fair question arises: how to deal with the consequences of a hectic metropolitan life and what possibly are we to do to prevent hair loss and regrow our hair in this drastic situation? Here is a couple of proven tips.

If you notice that your hair has started to fall out markedly more rapid, one of the first things to do is to review your day regime. It often turns out that a severe fatigue and, consequently, reduced immunity is the main cause of your hair loss.

So, in order to restore your immunity and, thus, regrow your hair, you need to give yourself (finally) the opportunity of a good sleep. And it does not always mean to sleep long. What’s more important here is the quality – your sleep should be sound and possibly lucid.

“But how can I sleep well at night, when my day life is full of troubles, strains and stresses?” you will ask. Well, there is a simple, but yet effective method to succeed.

  • Do not eat anything two hours before sleep (an exception – some warm milk or caffeine-free tee (a herbal one), better with honey, if you really feel hungry and uncomfortable).
  • Go for a walk in the fresh air for at least 15-20 minutes before the bedtime. Slight jogging is also welcome.
  • Pay attention to the conditions of your sleep: your room should be cool, the bed should be comfortable, but not too soft. So, make necessary changes if needed.

If you stick to these simple rules, it will surely lead to some improvements of your health in general, and, of course, your hair condition as well. What’s really amazing about it is that you will be able to notice some positive results already after a week or so. Just do it!

People have greasy hair because of hypersensitivity of sebaceous glands to some hormones. This is a sad fact and you can’t change it. What’s make it even worse is that greasy hair often go hand in hand with hair loss. However, there are some hair care products and methods of treatment that can help to cope with the problem.

Tip 1: Relax your scalp

If the scalp produces too much grease, this happens because of congenital hypersensitivity of sebaceous glands to the hormone testosterone. This sensitivity is more pronounced during puberty. Cosmetics and other hair care treatments can’t significantly change this situation. However, you can prevent further irritation of sebaceous glands that can occur, for example, because of frequent brushing or because of a hot air dryer. It is also advisable not to use too hot water for hair washing and consider whether your shampoo really suits your hair and scalp well. Light massage produces a calming and relaxing effect. There are a lot of relaxing hair care treatments, which can be rubbed into the head-skin and left for some minutes before washing. They will help to relax your scalp and prevent dandruff.

Tip 2: Wash your hair daily, but do it correctly

Daily washing with a mild shampoo will not allow fat on your scalp to be distributed on your hair. It is best of all to use a shampoo for normal hair, as it contains active cleaning substances, which are rather soft and safe for everyday use. It will help you to keep your head always clean without damaging your hair and irritating the head-skin. Shampoos for oily hair contain stronger active detergents. Use these shampoos only in cases when your hair is very greasy, dirty and stuck.

Tip 3: Dry your hair in the fresh air

A haircut that requires no hair dryer or other hairstyling means of the kind would be ideal. First of all, it saves time; Second of all, it will help you to spare the scalp and ends of hair. Dry your hair in the fresh air. If drying takes too much time, you can use a cone hairdryer. Push your head forward, and pull your hair at the roots with your fingers while drying. This will give it some extra volume.

Tip 4: Apply shampoo only to the roots

Washing the roots of hair alone is a good solution for greasy and oily hair, especially if you have damaged hair ends. To do this you need a bottle with a spout-syringe. Mix one part of shampoo for greasy hair and four parts of warm water. Apply this mixture directly to the roots of hair with the use of the syringe. Foam it and then rinse immediately. Some foam that gets on your hair while rinsing is enough to make it clean in this particular case.

Tip 5: Don’t keep you hair flat

All hair styles that don’t make your hair lie flat on your head are good enough. They include light back combing or using some forming spray at the roots while keeping your head bent. If you want to use a hairdryer to add some fixity, always check whether the flow of hot air doesn’t affect the scalp and irritate sebaceous glands. A foam fixer is also recommended.

We often think that we know almost everything about our hair. But apart from the most popular facts that are evident and known to everybody, there are still so many amazing things to learn. So, let’s check it out!

  • Regrow your hair!95% of our skin is covered with hair.
  • If all hairs of the body and the head were joined into one whole hair, it would grow with the speed of 116 mm a minute, 116 cm every 10 minutes, almost 0.7 m an hour, 166 m a day respectively.
  • Hair grows differently in different parts of the human body.
  • Eyelashes usually grow in three rows. There are from 150 to 200 eyelashes on the upper eyelid and about 75-100 on the lower one.
  • Eyelashes grow from 3 to 5 months, while hair on the head has a considerably longer life-cycle (from 3 to 10 years).
  • Our eyebrows consist of up to 600 hairs.
  • The width of hair on the head ranges between 50 and 100 micrometers (1 micrometer = 0.001 mm), while eyebrows are usually 50 micrometers in diameter. The width of wool hair is only 15 micrometers.
  • There are usually from 90000 to 150000 hairs growing on our heads.
  • The longest hair grows from the age of 14 to 17 years. After that our hair gradually becomes shorter and thinner.
  • Hair grows most rapidly between 15 and 30 years of age. Hair growth slows down considerably after 50 years.
  • In summer our hair grows faster than in winter. It also grows faster in the first half of the day and in the evening, while its growth almost stops at night.
  • The shape of our hair is determined by hair follicles on our heads.
  • The process of hair change is slow and almost imperceptible. It’s not similar with loss of embryonic hair (that’s more like molting in animals that goes immediately and spontaneously).
  • You will have strong and healthy hair if you have good blood supply of the scalp, and, on the contrary, when blood circulation is poor your hair will grow weak and will be exposed to various disorders.
  • 35-45 ?C is the optimal water temperature for washing your hair.
  • 85% of women are in a better mood after visiting a hairdresser.
  • According to American experts, hair loss affects 60-70% of men and 25-40% of women.
  • There are 300,000 of treatments against hair loss and that’s more than in case of any other disease.