Alopecia Areata

A fungus that invades the tissue can cause a disease that's confined to the skin, spreads into tissue, bones and organs or affects the whole body. Symptom - Symptoms depend on the area affected, but can include skin rash or vaginal infection resulting in abnormal discharge.

Androgenic Alopecia

While the patterns of baldness for men and women differ, they both have a common genetic cause. With male pattern baldness, hair loss typically occurs on the top and front of the head. With female pattern baldness, thinning occurs on the top and crown of the head.

Pattern hair loss

While the patterns of baldness for men and women differ, they both have a common genetic cause. With female pattern baldness, thinning occurs on the top and crown of the head.

Brittle Hair

Brittle hair can be a combination of dry, dull, frizzy, broken, split-ended, shedding and lack luster.
It's similar to dry skin in that it has a spectrum of levels, from mildly dull to full-blown breakage.