So, it seems, people can’t get enough of the celebrity hairstyles seen at last week’s inauguration. In addition to the apparent historical import of the event, we reported on the Garth Brooks ‘did he or didn’t he’ hair controversy last time in this blog (although Jennifer Lopez answered that question in her own way with new “hers” commercials appearing on TV this week). Now stylists are weighing in what we saw on the heads of their most famous clients at the swearing-in. Yene Damtew explained the specific process that got heads to turn to Michelle O’Bama’s head in this Vogue article. At the same time, other blogs explored Lady Gaga’s braided updo and the many products used to create her stunning look.
Healthy, safe, and effective products and good stylists; yes, they go a long way in perpetuating the very best visual presentation for a Lady Gaga, a Garth Brooks, even a Joe Biden. But for a hair replacement business like ours, we have to add consistent attention to various processes into the mix of hair replacement and hair transplantation. Certainly, the everyday Guci Image customer isn’t sitting for all the world to see at a major, high-profile political event or suffering paparazzi. Still, surely every one of our hair-wear clients wants their hair to look as good as Michelle O’Bama’s.
Our reputation built from years of excellent service is how we sully forward, providing the latest hair wear technologies, scientifically tested products, the most adept technicians in the niche world of hair replacement, and fitting clients after intense consultation. Guci Image isn’t as much elected every four years as we are consistently proving our worth via the very best result of a job done well: good word of mouth from our clients, as well their full head of hair.