When your hair is thinning or falling out, coming to terms with what is happening can be difficult. You may not be ready to say goodbye to your hair, and that’s okay. Employ techniques to address hair changes. Outside of using hats and headbands, the following strategies will help you enjoy the hair that you do have:
A new hairstyle can enhance thinning hair, especially if you are struggling with thinning hair. Telogen effluvium often affects postpartum women and those recovering from disorders. It causes the hair to shed dramatically and can be incredibly distressing. Cutting your hair to a shorter length can create the appearance of more density and eliminate the look of stringy ends. Bangs are also an easy way to obscure a receding hairline.
People often mistakenly choose extensions for thinning hair. Do not do this. Extensions, even when fitted by a professional, can cause undue strain on the scalp and healthy hair, ultimately causing even more hair loss. Hair fall wigs, or ¾ wigs, are a gentle option to complement your existing hair. They fit on your head like a cap and manage to enhance your hair rather than completely covering it like a traditional wig.
Changing Hair Part
Constantly using the same hair part can worsen thinning. The solution? Switch up where you part your hair. However, you may favor parting your hair in one place, inch over a bit, and in a different location.
Whether you believe your hair will continue thinning, Hairline Ink specialists enhance hair density using micro pigmentation. While shedding hair can be stressful, even emotional, for many people, options are available. We offer Scalp Micropigmentation in over 50 US cities. Call or text us today at 833-HAIR-INK (833-424-7465) to schedule an appointment, learn about our pricing, or get a free quote!