More info on how to deal with hair loss
Ok, that’s true: none of us want to age and get old, but it is inevitable, and with that comes one of man’s biggest fears: to go bald.
When it appears you can do two things:
- Deal it within a graceful way, may be getting a good product to stop it (Rogaine or the Endhairloss.eu Full Program)
- Or make an ass out yourself by growing long hair on the sides to try to cover the different bald spots or your receding hairline.
I think dealing with it “gracefully” is a much better way to deal with it, so here you have some information for you, that I hope will help you.
There are different products on the market that can help with preventing and stopping hair loss, such as Propecia, Minoxidil, Rogaine, the Endhairloss.eu Full Program, but there has not yet been released one that really makes a difference in hair regrowth.
This means that you are going to have to work with what you have, and some short hairstyles that I will mention now, will help you do that.
Talk with your hairdresser about what will be the best approach to cutting your hair.
Remember that short hairstyles tend to reduce the appearance of thinning hair, while longer hair styles stress it.
Another good suggestion I can give you is to stop growing the sides of your hair in an attempt to cover the top: by doing this, you are only attracting much more attention to the bald spots you have, and the cosmetic result is anyway horrible.
Don’t wear hats.
Covering your receding hair line and general thinning is like not dealing with it: the more you see yourself, the better you will become at liking your new hair cut and style.
Plus your scalp needs to breathe, so the only reason to wear a hat is for protection from the wind, sun, rain etc.
Shampooing thinning or fine hair often is necessary due to the fact that hair can become oily very easily, and because of this, your hair may look patchy and even thinner.
Don’t shampoo too often though, as this can be bad as well, because you don’t want to strip your hair of its natural oils.
This is true if you have dry hair.
Greasy hair needs a frequent shampoo (should be natural, organic, no SLS, parabens, SLES, sulfates, etc.) because the sebum contains DHT (the hormone that attacks the hair follicles), and it shouldn’t stay on your scalp.
If you have dry hair, don’t shampoo more than three times a week, but if you really need to shampoo more often, try a dry shampoo.
For more volume, blow dry your hair, and style it with possibly organic products, and don’t forget that a good hairstyle is about being honest and confident with your own ideas and personality.
To stop your receding hair line naturally, and do much more than just learning how to deal with hair loss we recommend that you join our natural anti-baldness program, using one of the forms present in this page or visiting our home page.