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The Hair Club in Dublin has the largest selection of human hair and synthetic wigs in the country. Located just outside Dublin City Centre, customers have easy access with both trains and buses. There is also ample paid public parking for customers at the rear of the premises.
Looking for a reliable and high-quality wigs shop in Dublin for women can be a difficult task. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to choose the perfect store that will not only cater to your needs but also provide you with the best possible options. Fortunately, there is The Hair Club in Dublin that has been providing women across Ireland the best wig brands at the best prices. With over one thousand wigs in stock, you can find the colours and hairstyles for every occasion. Whether you're looking for a wig for a special event or have thinning hair or hair loss due to chemotherapy the Hair Club is your one stop wig shop.
Our human hair wigs are made of high-quality caps and silky hair, ensuring that they look and feel natural. We have wigs in various styles, lengths, and colors, making it easy for you to find the perfect wig. Our specially trained hair replacement team can also help you with the selection process, depending on your needs and preferences. The Hair Club prides ourselves on providing exceptional customer service, and our goal is to make sure that you find the perfect wig that will make you look your best.
Aside from our extensive collection, we also offer wig care services, including cutting, styling, and cleaning. We understand that taking care of your wig is just as important as finding the perfect one. That's why we offer these services to help ensure that your wig lasts a long time and remains in... Read more
The Hair Club in Dublin are registered agents for the new PRSI hair grants scheme. These grants are €500 per year and all you have to do is call us with your PPS number and Date of Birth and we can give you an immediate decision. Then we will send you the PRSI medical form for your doctor to fill in and stamp and your application will take about 3 weeks to be processed by the relevant PRSI department. In the meantime you can book a free consultation with us and choose a wig or hair topper to suit your style. For more information click https://hairclub.ie/blogs/news/hse-wig-grants
The Government announced that those who have hair loss due to illness are now eligible for a new award of up to €500 toward the cost of a hairpiece, wig, or hair replacement, according to a May 2022 announcement from Minister of Social Protection Heather Humphreys. During the first year after it is introduced, the new grant is anticipated to assist about 2,000 women or men. The payment, which is covered by the Department of Social Protection's Treatment Benefit Scheme, will cover hair loss brought on by both certain types of alopecia and cancer. People who meet the medical criteria and PRSI conditions of the department's Treatment Benefit plan are eligible for the €500 payment, as well as their dependent spouse, civil partner, or cohabitant.
The award may be available to self-employed individuals who are covered by Class S insurance as well as employees who pay PRSI contributions under Classes A, E, P, and H. Starting on May 28, 2022, the Department of Social Protection will pay the full price of one hair replacement item every calendar year,... Read more
Thinning hair can be a common issue for women of all ages, and it is a normal occurrence for most of our clients at some stage of their life. In fact, most women will experience some degree of hair thinning as they age. It’s important to understand the different causes of thinning hair so you can take the appropriate steps to address it. At the Hair Club in Dublin we have a range of hair piece that will create more natural volume on your crown area.
Also it’s important to understand that hair thinning is caused by many different factors. These can range from genetics and hormones to lifestyle and medical conditions. Genetic predisposition is one of the main causes of hair thinning in women. If you have a family history of thinning hair, you may be more likely to experience it yourself. Hormonal changes can also cause hair thinning. For example, women who are pregnant or going through menopause often experience hair thinning. In addition, certain medical conditions such as thyroid disease and lupus can cause hair thinning. One of our most popular products is the Mayfair Collection of hair toppers as they simply clip-in and out in seconds.
Lifestyle factors can also play a role in hair thinning. If you’re not getting enough sleep, eating a balanced diet, or exercising regularly, you may experience hair thinning. Additionally, using certain hair products, styling tools, and treatments can cause damage to your hair, leading to thinning.
The good news is that there are a number of treatments and solutions available to help you deal with thinning hair. If you’re experiencing thinning hair, it’s important to speak to your doctor about the... Read more
Alopecia is a medical condition characterized by hair loss. It can affect both men and women, but it is more common in women. The most common type of alopecia in women is female pattern baldness, which is also known as androgenetic alopecia. This type of alopecia we see at the Hair Club in Dublin is caused by a combination of genetic and hormonal factors, and it is the most common type of hair loss in women. We have a range of wigs, hair pieces and hair toppers that will blend naturally with your own hair.
The first signs of female pattern baldness are usually thinning hair on the top of the head. This can be followed by a receding hairline, and eventually complete baldness. The rate of hair loss can vary from person to person, and it can be slow or rapid. In some cases, the hair may start to regrow after a period of time, but this is not always the case. Alopecia can be emotionally and psychologically difficult for women to cope with. It can lead to low self-esteem and feelings of insecurity. Women may also experience anxiety and depression due to their hair loss. It is important to seek help if you are struggling with the emotional effects of alopecia. There are several treatments available for alopecia in women. These include medications, topical treatments, and hair restoration surgery. The most common medications used to treat alopecia are minoxidil and finasteride.
Minoxidil is a topical solution that is applied directly to the scalp. It works by increasing blood flow to the scalp, which can promote hair growth. Finasteride is a pill that is taken orally. It works by blocking the production of... Read more