Women’s Hair Loss and Hair Thinning Causes and Solutions with a “Hair Expert” Elline Surianello

May 11, 2011

Beauty Remedies

On “Feel and Look Fabulous” Holistic Health Talk for Women Podcasts and Radio Show: “Hair Expert” Elline Surianello joined Radio Show Host Irina Wardas


Elline Surianello, Founder, CEO and client of LeMetric Hair Center INC, motivational speaker and the leading spokesperson on women and hair loss will discuss the most common causes of women’s hair loss and some of the solutions that are currently available to women experiencing this problem.

Elline SurianelloHealth Talk for Women Radio Show: Beauty Tips For Hair is the leading authority on women’s hair thinning and hair loss. She has been personally affected by androgenetic alopecia since 9 years of age, and after decades of frustration, she took it upon herself to create LeMetric Hair Center, INC—a series of North American salons dedicated to helping women everywhere to overcome this issue.

Today, Elline is a motivational speaker who is currently partnered with Saks Fifth Avenue and New Beauty Magazine for a series of “Hair to Toe” feel-good events for women, and appears as a “Hair Expert” on countless media outlets. Her personal and professional mission is to take the lid of women’s hair loss and to empower women to feel good in their own skin, no matter the obstacles.

Podcast Topics for Discussion: The Power of Hair: A discussion of Women’s hair thinning and hair loss.

5 – 7 suggested interview questions

What is LeMetric and the most common causes of hair loss (how did it come about – why did you get into this industry?)

 

What are some of the most common causes of hair loss? (ie: autoimmune disorders, stress/trauma, menopause)

What are the various types of hair loss (there are several versions of “alopecia”)

What are some of the solutions currently available to women experiencing this problem?

Tell us about your “Hair to Toe” feel-good events with Saks Fifth Avenue?

Have you seen Chris Rock’s new documentary, “Good Hair”? What’s your take on that?

Tell us about your forth-coming book, “Hair Me Roar”?

If women are noticing a change in their hair, what should their first steps be, what questions should they be asking their doctors, where should they turn?

Breathe, smile and be happy.

©Irina Wardas, HHC

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