Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Lice Removal Marietta GA|(770) 776-7913|Lice Treatment Marietta GA by Lice Happens

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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Lice Removal Dunwoody GA|(770) 776-7913|Lice Treatment Dunwoody by Lice Happens

Welcome to Lice Happens, your one stop head Lice removal for Atlanta Ga. We are a mobile lice treatment and removal service serving Atlanta Ga and the surrounding areas. Call us at 770 776 7913. We look forward to helping you get the professional lice treatment in Georgia you need! If you have found nits in your hair, call us today!! We are here to help.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Combing lice through the hair by Lice Happens

Our main site: Atlanta: Roswell: Alpharetta: One of the techniques at Lice Happens is to gently combine the hair with specialized brushes in order to rid the hair from lice. For more information about our services visit our location pages.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

What Do Head Lice Look Like by Lice Happens

If you have ever wondered what head lice look like, this will give you a GREAT idea. You can see more of our videos at our Youtube channel and our playlist. Our Channel:

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Nits and What Happens After They Hatch by Lice Happens

Atlanta Location: Roswell: Alpharetta: Our main website: For those who would like to know what happens after lice hatch, this is a short video showing the process. Our main video:

Friday, July 17, 2015

Life Cycle of Nits and Lice Part 2 by Lice Happens

This is another video show the life cycle of lice. Many people are surprised as how fast they actually "grow up" and then pass away. This also contributes to their vast numbers when they are not address. You can see our main website here and our locations: Our main video here and playlist:

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The Fine Art of Head Lice Diagnosis

Many times, our customers are refused service and sent home from a hairdresser with a cases of lice. However, at times, we provide a thorough, hour-long combing with our professional-quality comb and find absolutely nothing in the child's hair. This story is not unique. I have had many cases misdiagnosed by all kinds of people including medical professionals and educators.
You do need a trained eye, excellent lighting (natural sunlight is best), some kind of magnification (we use a magnifying visor similar to a tool a jeweler would use) and a tail comb or sticks to part the hair. Look on the hair near to the scalp as you will have the best chance of detecting an actual bug. They quickly crawl away so you need to be swift. The image here shows an adult bug.
Then look down the hair shaft to look for nits or eggs. These can appear brown, grey-brown or silvery in color. If you suspect an egg, attempt to flick it or blow it off. If it disappears, it's just a hair dandruff or debris in the hair. If it's firmly secured to the hair, slide it off between your finger nails and if you can, tape it to a white piece of paper. Take a picture of it with your smart phone and send it to for a free nit diagnosis. Correct diagnosis saves time, money and tears. And if you do have a case, don't worry. Lice can be removed safely and effectively without the use of pesticides.