RHRLI Celebrates Hairstyle and Hairstylist Appreciation Day

Madonna and Marilyn MonroeIf there’s one thing we stand for at RHRLI, it’s that we love hair! We love everything about hair. We love long hair, short hair and everything in between. We love cool hairstyles and we absolutely love the artists who create them. Hairstyles are special if they’re iconic or if they look good on you and hair stylists are special whether they’re world famous or if they simply make you happy. And April is a special month for hairstylists and the hairstyles we love. RHRLI is proud to celebrate Hairstyle and Hairstylist Appreciation Day on April 30th.

RHRLI Can Give You Healthy New Hair

If you’re suffering from thinning hair or if you’re clearly losing your hair, RHRLI can still give you a reason to celebrate Hairstyle and Hairstylist Appreciation Day. That’s because RHRLI has a permanent solution to hair loss called the ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant System. It uses robotic technology to find healthy donor hair and transfer it to where it’s needed. And once you have a new healthy head of hair, you can do what you want with it. So, let’s celebrate all the wonderful hairstyles out there and the hair stylists that make them special.

Iconic Hairstyles and Hair Stylists

Think about all the great hairstyles that have become iconic over the years, even over centuries. Think a great haircut can’t last for thousands of years? Consider the Caesar cut. It was named after a Roman emperor who lived in the first century, and the hairstyle which features short, horizontally straight cut bangs helped make George Clooney a star in the late 20th century.

Celebrity Hair Styles

Many iconic hairstyles have been made popular by celebrities and the lifestyle website Best Life highlighted some of the most famous. It’s hard to envision the 1950s without thinking of James Dean’s classic pompadour. That decade also gave us the Marilyn Monroe bleached look that was later copied by Madonna and Lady Gaga.

In the 1930s, Shirley Temple had the most famous curls in the world. In the 1960s, famed model and actress Twiggy made straight short hair popular. Another unforgettable hairstyle from that decade was the mop top look made famous by four lads from Liverpool known as The Beatles. Some musicians have hairstyles that are more memorable than their music. Remember the 1980s and A Flock of Seagulls?

But it’s not only hairstyles that can be iconic, but it can also be hairstylists. Modern Salon has compiled a list of influential hairdressers. There’s a reason why Vidal Sassoon and Paul Mitchell are household names. Sassoon was born into poverty in Great Britain and created a hair care empire, while Mitchell has influenced countless hairstylists through his education efforts. Olive Benson will be remembered as perhaps the most influential African-American salon owner and helped introduce curly hair techniques and treatments in 1959.

RHRLI Wants You to Appreciate Hair and Your Hair Stylist

So RHRLI wants you to celebrate on April 30th. Tell your hairstylists how much you appreciate them and don’t be afraid to ask for that daring hairstyle. Honor creativity and individuality. If you’re looking to start a new chapter in your life by finding a solution to hair loss come to RHRLI and learn about ARTAS®. Our board-certified hair restoration surgeon, Dr. Gohil will meet with you individually to discuss this minimally invasive procedure. Contact RHRLI today.

Reader Interactions