Cranium Care Blog

Heads and Tales: DJ

by Melissa Stern . May 07, 2019
In high school I started shaving my head out of laziness..but now I love my look and can't imagine going back.

Heads and Tales: Sylvia

by craniumcare Admin . April 30, 2019
I started to lose my hair when I was 47 years old. Now I understand that I am so much more than my hair. Having hair does not determine my beauty.

Heads and Tales: Phil

by craniumcare Admin . April 23, 2019
I started to lose my hair at the tender age of 19. It made me feel SHIT. I hated it. It hammered my confidence and contributed to about five years of quite serious anxiety issues (that I didn't realise at the time). Hence, why I do what I do now.

Heads and Tales: Tony

by craniumcare Admin . April 16, 2019
I started to lose my hair when I was 25. It made me feel very insecure. For a while I tried cutting it short and letting the barber work his magic. I'd have him use the shortest possible blade and fade in on the thinner spot. 

Why It's Time to Own Your Dome

by Horacio Gonzalez . April 12, 2019
There's something so simple that could change your life in a split second. It’s a very personal decision, and not an easy one. But doing it could be the best decision you ever make.

Heads and Tales: Elaine

by craniumcare Admin . April 09, 2019
I started to lose my hair 15 years ago. It made me feel like I wasn't beautiful, because I didn't have any hair anymore. Like, who would want to be with a woman with no hair?  I cried so much about what was happening to me.

Heads and Tales: Joey

by craniumcare Admin . April 02, 2019
I was in the middle of cutting my hair one afternoon, and I took the guard off the clippers to clean the hair out. As I was doing this, I looked in the mirror and saw a spot that I had missed. Without thinking, I just put the clippers up to it, but I hadn’t put the guard back on. So I now had a huge strip of baldness. My heart sank, but then I just kept going.

Heads and Tales: Jordan

by craniumcare Admin . March 26, 2019
One day, I saw myself in our security camera at work and my bald spot was showing very badly. I decided I’d rather embrace myself and go full bald rather than keep the bald spot and be ashamed of it.

Heads and Tales: Rose

by craniumcare Admin . March 16, 2019
I started to lose my hair last April. It made me feel so stressed out! I thought it was just postpartum related but I was so wrong. It was heartbreaking.

Heads and Tales: Kira

by craniumcare Admin . February 25, 2019
I began growing my hair in August 2016 when I came out as Transgender. I'd known I was balding, but I didn't know the extent of the damage. After letting it grow for a year and a half, I realized that I was never going to have a full head of hair.

Heads and Tales: Julia

by craniumcare Admin . February 20, 2019
I took the leap and shaved my head, then just stood in front of the mirror. The feeling I got was what I imagine scientists feel when they make a ground-breaking discovery. It was the purest form of myself I have ever found. That was 6 years ago and I don’t ever see myself going back.

Heads and Tales: Alec

by craniumcare Admin . January 21, 2019
In addition to keeping my hair long to hide my bald spots, I underwent every treatment short of surgery -- I tried ointments, creams, and topical gels. I went on a gluten free diet, took biotin, and put egg whites on my scalp. Once a month I would go to a doctor and get anywhere from ten to forty steroid shots injected into my scalp.

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