Ag­ing hair

The Washington Post Sunday - - DEAL HUNTER -

With age, hair does more than just turn gray— it be­comes thin­ner, weaker and can start to fall out.

Asim­ple shape is most flat­ter­ing for thin­ning hair, says Du­san Grante, as­so­ci­ate cre­ative di­rec­tor at Sas­soon sa­lon in Tysons Gal­le­ria (703-448-9844, sas­soon.com). “If a stylist is rec­om­mend­ing sig­nif­i­cant lay­er­ing, pro­ceed with cau­tion,” he adds. Agood stylist should also ask about what prod­ucts you are us­ing.

Bella Bethesda (301-718-9111,

bella­bethesda.com) sa­lon of­fers quar­terly treat­ment days when a Phyto spe­cial­ist ex­am­ines your scalp and hair to de­ter­mine the cause of hair loss and pre­scribes treat­ment. Phyto pur­chases are dis­counted 20 per­cent on treat­ment days.

Short looks with strong lines cre­ate a sense of den­sity, Jac­qui Ro­driguez, part­ner at PR at Part­ner­sMetro Cen­ter lo­ca­tion (202-737-0909,

prat­part­ners.com). Anne Warnock of SamWong Sa­lon in Fred­er­ick (301-663-5900,

sam­wongsa­lon.com) notes that color can add thick­ness, but cau­tions against go­ing too dark.

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