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Exploratory Essay The Case of the Balding Client I've heard it all, from " the previous stylist fried it" into "The cat licks it out when I am sleeping." I specialize in hair extensions and believe it or not these are the reasons I've received from a client who brought me a couple of expansion hints using tufts of her own hair hanging out of the finish, root bulb undamaged, to be siphoned. I've been an extension specialist for 5 years and had never seen that. I was baffled. Was she yanking out her own hair? Could it be falling out? Is it a disorder? When it is a disorder, will there be a name for it? Is there treatment? I considered the possibility that I had made a mistake, so that I had misjudged the strength of that particular customers hair. For the typical client, a stylist would have to attach a percentage of 20 expansion hairs to 1 organic hair for the pure hair to be pulled away by the follicle. The individual hair, actually, has got the power of a very small iron wire. I needed to determine what I'd done wrong, so that I wouldn't do it again and so that I did not have to carry on to sacrifice my time and provides to reattach the hints gratis. After a month of twice a week appointments, and the client presenting with precisely the same difficulty, I decided that I'd add a small highlight to every reattached suggestion, so that I can tell the difference between the ones I had initially placed in and the ones she claimed pulled out her hair. In a few months time, there were quite a few hints which did not have a blonde highlight in them, and a few had two colors of blonde suggesting I had reattached them multiple occasions. I had been baffled. She also didn't appear to be appropriately upset. Her own hair was bein...