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She Had an Embarrassing Bald Spot, But Her Hairdresser Performed a Miracle Cover-Up


A bad hair day is a surefire way to ruin any good mood, but a good hair day can make you feel like you’re on top of the world. Unless you’ve somehow mastered the art of giving yourself a blow-dry (we haven’t!), much of that mood boost comes at the hands of an experienced hairstylist, who, with the snip of his or her scissors, can instantly alter not only our appearance but also our spirit. Never underestimate the transformative power of a haircut!

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For those of us who are suffering from hair loss, a trip to the salon chair might be unwelcome. The fewer people who know about your thinning hair, the better, right? Whether thinning hair or a bald patch makes you want to wear hats for the rest of your life or you’ve gracefully accepted this sign of aging, remember that you’re not alone. According to WebMD, 40 percent of women over 40 have noticeable hair loss, so it’s something your hairstylist has definitely seen and dealt with before. That said, why not head to the salon and pamper yourself?

This is where Ghazi, a Lebanese hairstylist with seemingly magical powers, steps in to not only make you look good but also feel good. In a video on the Ghazi’s Beauty Salon Instagram, the master himself completely covers a patron’s bald spot, leaving her with a stunning up-do.

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“No matter what your hair problem, we can fix it,” he captioned the dramatic reveal.

While a bald spot isn’t necessarily a “problem” that must be “[fixed],” if spending time at the salon to get your patch covered makes you happy, then enjoy that me time. That said, if you want to embrace your hairlessness, go for it! People lose their hair for a multitude of reasons, so never feel like you’re struggling alone. Do what makes you happy!

h/t Cosmopolitan

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