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How To Hide Thinning Hair

Updated: Oct 19, 2021



If you’ve ever wished for naturally luscious and thick hair, you’re not alone! Thin hair is a problem many people face. Whether it be genetic or over-processed hair, thinning hair is unfortunate.


WHY DOES YOUR HAIR FALL OUT?


Your hair naturally sheds about 100 hairs a day as it goes through it’s growth cycle. As you get older, your hair cycle slows down and your terminal length becomes shorter. Your scalp begins to produce less hair and the hair itself becomes thinner. If you feel like you’re at an age where you’re too young to experience hair loss, there may be another problem and you should contact your doctor.




HOW TO HIDE THINNING HAIR


Here are some tips from experts on how to deal with thinning hair:


Add Layers

  1. A quick and easy way to hide thinning hair and create an illusion of thick hair is a cut. Cutting a few inches off and adding some layers can do wonders for thinning hair. Shorter hair can naturally create more volume because it’s not weighed down by length. You can request to have more layers added by a trained stylist for fuller and thicker hair.

Go All Natural

  1. Over-processing and damage to your hair can cause hair loss. By embracing the grays and going all natural you give your hair a chance to grow as thick as possible. If you absolutely cannot stand going gray time out your hair appointments correctly to give your hair a chance to heal.

Blow Out

  1. Adding volume to your hair can be obtained by a good blowout. With Blow Out bars popping up everywhere it’s not hard to find an inexpensive blowout. You can also give yourself a blowout at home using the right tools and products. We recommend using a round brush, heat protectant and blow dryer.

Hair Extensions

  1. Yep, you guessed it! By adding in hair extensions you can give yourself volume and length that you have been dreaming of. For extreme thinning hair, you can also wear a hair topper. If you choose this route we recommend consulting with a hair extension specialist to find something that won’t damage your natural hair.


Do you have any tricks to help thinning hair? Comment below!




Credit: Hair Extension Magazine

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