There are many reasons as to why our hair lines thin. It can be due to pregnancy, stress chronic illness, scalp conditions, hereditary, hormonal imbalances, etc. Females, whether you are natural or relaxed you can experience this. It is a frustrating experience because we may not know the main cause of it as well and we always have to cover it up. It can be embarrassing because both thin or no edges is not cute.
Here are some easy-peasy tips to revolutionize your hair edges:
Use Native Oils
Use oils that are native to a specific culture such as Alma Oil from India, Camellia Oil from Japan and China, Castor and Cactus Oil from Jamaica. These oils are being praised within the hair community because of the benefit they have of promoting hair growth. They contribute to the full edges that the individuals from the various countries have.
Take Hair Supplements
Taking biotin or a multivitamin will encourage growth. The supplements are filled with biotin, vitamins B and D that stimulate hair growth. Many naturals swear by hair vitamins because they have contributed to full growth around their hairlines. You may want to consult your physician before deciding to take a new supplement.
Avoid Tight Hairstyles
Stop braiding, cornrowing, twists, and weaving your hair too tight just to preserve a style. Wear styles that will preserve the state of your edges. The less tension the hairline receives, the less it will shed or break.
Stay Away From The Brush
Remove the hairbrush from your edges. If the bristles are rough and you are brushing your edges too much, then they will suffer. If you want to lay your edges without causing too much tension use the pads of your fingers. You will be using less force; your fingers are softer as well as they are easy to manipulate.
Rubbing your edges with oils or oil mixture treatments helps with re-growing your edges. This manipulation will aid in repairing the hair follicles because there will be increased blood flow to the hair follicles which will stimulate growth. You can use native oils, essential oils as well as carrier oils.
You should be using natural products that are free from sulphates, parabens, mineral and petroleum oil within your hair. These ingredients are harmful and can contribute to hair loss. Also, you should be using organic face products such as cleansers, moisturisers and makeup. You want to ensure that the products that you use around or near your hairline will not cause damage to the fragile area.
Do not be embarrassed about your thin edges and use these tips and see a transformation of your edges.
Help with Hair Edge Loss
Are you looking for a permanent solution to edge loss? Dr. John Frank is an expert in helping black women restore their own natural-looking edges regardless of their current condition. Schedule a free online or in-person consultation, or learn more at the doctor’s website.
The secrets are finally revealed to you. There are many ways to prevent, and reduce hair loss as well as promote growth. Stay tuned for more hair loss content!