Enhanced Hair Studio with a base on Merchants Quay in Newry is running a competition to give away a custom made Enhanced Hair System.

As September is Alopecia Awareness Month, the studio will be actively raising awareness on the struggles of alopecia, hair loss and thinning problems. It is estimated that around 8 million females in the UK suffer from hair loss. This issue often goes unspoken as many females are too self-conscious or embarrassed to share their experiences. Enhanced Hair Studio strives to try and break this taboo, letting females know that they are not alone and there are solutions available. They specialise in non-surgical hair loss solutions, applying their expertise to help women all over Ireland regain their confidence and live their life to the fullest again.

This month they have teamed up with Local Woman Magazine to give one lucky woman the chance to achieve their hair dreams by giving away one of their custom made Enhanced Hair Systems worth over £1,000 as well as a luxurious range of hair care and styling products from sister company, Enhanced Hair Creations worth £150 to someone suffering  from hair loss

To Enter

To enter all you have to do is book in for a free consultation at one of our Newry or Belfast studios before 30 September 2020. The winner of this prize must be prepared to be photographed before and after your treatment and be willing to appear in November’s edition of Local Women Magazine.

 If you are happy to do this please call, email quoting ‘Local Women Competition’ where they will then assess your suitability for this prize. Please include a brief description of the problems you’ve been experiencing. The winner will be notified directly, and Enhanced Hair Studio's decision is final. No other prize or cash alternative is offered.

This month also marks a special 15th anniversary for Alopecia UK. Enhanced Hair Studio are are proud supporters of this amazing charity, their ground-breaking research and they share their mission ‘To improve the lives of those affected by alopecia.’ If you or anyone you know is suffering from alopecia then please also visit or contact them for any additional advice.

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