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Upcoming Changes

  • The website will be taken down on Feb 4th in preparation for the re-launch.
  • The Miss Fauntleroy blog will be moving and redesigned (stay tuned for the new address.
  • There will be new designer collections added to the boutique.
  • We will now carry plus sized apparel and footwear up to a size 14.
  • Our signature lines will be available soon.

The Facts About Thinning Hair and Hair Growth Courtesy of Total Beauty



Although balding is more of an overtly male disease, according to the American Hair Loss Association, women actually make up 40 percent of hair loss sufferers. And just so you know, a hair grows about a half-inch per month from its follicle. Each individual hair grows for two to six years, rests, falls out, then new hair grows in its place. Unfortunately, sometimes, when a hair falls out, a new hair does not grow.

In what is called female pattern baldness, the cause of this inability to grow new hair is not well understood, but likely has to do with genes, aging and levels of endocrine hormones. The hormonal process of testosterone converting to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) -- which occurs in men and women -- damages the hair follicles. Note: All you need to remember as you're reading this is that DHT is not your friend because it triggers hair loss and inhibits hair growth.

Read more:http://www.totalbeauty.com/content/gallery/thinning-hair-101?lc=nw1977-3

7 Foolproof Rules for Changing Your Diet Courtesy of Oprah.com



Go back to the basics and realize that your body weight is a function of the equation: Calories in minus calories out equals your body weight. If you're not happy with the outcome, then you need to work on your numbers.

<p>Read more: http://www.oprah.com/health/Diet-Tips-from-a-Personal-Trainer-Weight-Loss-Tips-That-Work#ixzz1hvoE6Avv

Great Apps For Weight Loss Courtesy of IVillage


30 free apps that make healthcare a snap!


Quote of the Day


“When you're trying to motivate yourself, appreciate the fact that you're even thinking about making a change. And as you move forward, allow yourself to be good enough.”

— Alice Domar


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