Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) September 08, 2013
Kayla Martell, 2011 Miss America Finalist, will be in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to personally attend a Women’s Hair Loss Seminar offering free advice and private counseling for women experiencing medical hair loss. Rhonda McCarthy, a nationally recognized expert in women’s hair replacement based in Fort Lauderdale, will also personally be on hand with other hair loss experts to offer professional consultations to women with thinning or severe hair loss as well as to help supportive friends, families and anyone interested.
Hair loss affects over thirty million women in the USA, while most women facing hair loss do not know where to turn. Women’s hair loss is far more complex than men’s hair loss. Hormones and many other factors can cause women’s hair to fall out. Most women do not know their options or where to go for help. Registration Requested.
Women’s Hair Loss Seminars: On Wednesday, September 11th, 2013, from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Speakers include: Kayla Martell, 2011 Miss America Finalist; Rhonda McCarthy, national recognized expert in hair loss; Mel Laudolff, President of Transitions of Wisconsin; and medical support team including Board Certified Surgeon specializing in hair transplantation. Those attending this Women’s Hair Loss Seminar will learn about the science of hair and hair loss, its emotional toll, how to tell if hair loss is temporary or permanent and most importantly the solutions available. Laudolff Says “Our philosophy is to treat every client as we would like to be treated and provide our clients with the very best solutions for their hair loss problems.” This is a very special opportunity for any woman who is interested in learning valuable information on hair loss. With expert professional hair loss resources available to you, this will be an ideal opportunity for any woman to become better informed about her choices. Women attending will receive a free hair and scalp analysis during their confidential consultation. Refreshments will be served. This Milwaukee event will be hosted at Transitions of Wisconsin at 2900 North 117th Street, Milwaukee, WI.
Transitions of Wisconsin was founded in 1965 by Mel Laudolff, the company's President. His goal for Transitions of Wisconsin was not only to improve the appearance of their clients, but also their self-esteem in everyday life. Since 1965, Mel has received numerous awards from his peers, including The American Hair Loss Council's highest award and the only Wisconsin hair restoration company to be included in the 2000 ‘Best of the Best’ according to Prime Time Business Institute. In order to achieve such high ranking in the field, Mel Laudolff has traveled throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and the Orient to attend advanced educational events. He has also been a guest speaker, trainer and educator at The American Hair Loss Council and other international events. Laudolff is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgeons and past President of Transitions International, the largest group of hair restoration specialists worldwide. He is also a certified hair hygienist, having been trained at the Ross Hair Institute in Quebec, Canada.
Support From Kayla Martell: At eleven years old, Kayla Martell noticed a large clump of hair on her pillow one morning. Kayla was losing her hair due to alopecia. Kayla Martell did not let that unfortunate challenge stop her from becoming the 2010 Miss Delaware or a top finalist in the 2011 Miss America Pageant. As a result of Martell’s experience, she knows all too well the trials and tribulations that come about when women lose their hair. Not only is a woman’s outward appearance affected, but her confidence and emotional stability are shaken as well. As the official spokesmodel for Gemtress, the leader in solutions for women’s hair loss, Kayla Martell found her solution and then decided she needed to help women learn about their options when it comes to hair loss.
Kayla Martell shares, “When you take the diagnosis, medicine and patient stigmas away, every woman still wants to look and feel like a woman. No matter what, you always want to feel feminine and look beautiful. You really don’t want to look and feel like a patient. Gemtress has given me the opportunity to have a totally new, versatile and beautiful image." Kayla Martell found the solution that worked for her. Today, she is on a personal mission and very committed to help other women with any stage of hair loss find the best solution for their individual needs. Martell has successfully transformed herself from a ‘Woman in Need’ to a ‘Woman in Fashion’.
National Women’s Hair Loss Seminar Tour: Rhonda McCarthy shares, “So many women feel there is nowhere to turn, but they do think about their hair loss challenges. We are a sisterhood of 30 million and we need to talk about it. Each Women’s Hair Loss Seminar will have experts in hair loss available, as well as women who are experiencing all stages of hair loss including women who have found their solution. We are committed to making this a very uplifting and educational experience. Any woman dealing with hair loss should know what options she has and that she is not alone! During the new national Women’s Hair Loss Seminar tour, women will now have the opportunity to talk openly about their hair loss, become educated on hair loss options and to meet other women experiencing the same challenges.” This tour will soon be available in Florida, California, New York, and a host of other cities.
Free September 11th Hair Loss Seminar Registration: To register for this free event and for more information, call Transitions of Wisconsin at 262-342-3002, email TransitionsWI(at)2900place(dot)com and visit them at: 2900 North 117th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53222
or http://www.WantMoreHair.com. For more information on Dr. Yates, visit http://www.iahrs.org/hair-transplant/illinois/william-yates/. You may also call Rhonda McCarthy at 800-327-5555 EXT: 3340.
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Feature Story Interviews Will Be Available Upon Request With Kayla Martell, Rhonda McCarthy & Mel Laudolff on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 and Thursday morning, September 12, 2013.
High Resolution Photographs & Customized Feature Stories Are Also Available Upon Request.