Out of Thin Hair
I am all too familiar with the feeling of panic that comes over you when you initially realize that your hair is falling out!
I know first hand that it can be very scary & frustrating. There are all kinds of expensive treatments, prescribed medications, transplant surgeries and scientific facts about hair loss, but I want to give you some simple solutions to conceal and prevent female hair loss without spending a fortune.
The Skin on Your Scalp Deserves Love Too
It's very important to steer clear of shampoos with added sulfate, polymers, silicone, ammonia, and damaging alcohols. These harsh chemicals strip the hair of its natural oils. This significantly weakens the hair follicle and hair strands causing our precious hair to break off. The natural oils in our hair help our hair stay healthy and full. So, there is no need to wash every day.
The Parted Sea
If you feel you have the perfect haircut and are still seeing some scalp, try experimenting with your part. When you part your hair the same way every day for years, the hair becomes trained to lay flat on that side. Try flipping your part to the opposite side. Spray some texture spray at the root and BAM you have thicker-looking hair! Also, try a zig-zag part! With a zig-zag part, you can cover up some of the more "bare" areas by laying hair over the top of them. Play around with your part, you may be surprised.
It's Not Just For Covering Gray
Volumize with professional hair color. Hair color can be one of your best friends. Adding a third-dimensional hair color will give you a multidimensional look creating the illusion of movement and fullness.
Massage Your Scalp
Healthy circulation can nourish the hair follicles in the scalp where hair growth begins. A great scalp massage at the bowl (salon) or in your shower will stimulate blood flow into those follicles and plump up your fine, thin hair. This is an easy and delightful way to rev up circulation.
Author: Rochelle Morris
Rochelle places a high value on listening, consulting and respecting her clients. Focusing on the client's needs is the key to her success.