Chemical treatments are used to change the texture and color of the hair. Chemicals are used in hair dyes, relaxers and bleaching products. The side effects of chemically processing the hair can cause damage, leaving the hair burned, dry, brittle and rough. Of course, it can also result in a loss of curl integrity. Stopping the chemical treatments altogether is one solution that eventually leads to healthy
Traction alopecia is a type of hair loss in a certain area that is caused by applying constant tension and pulling to the hair in that area. Unlike other types of hair loss, traction alopecia is completely behavioral, and is not caused by diet, genetics, or any other source. The damage is reversible, but can become permanent if the tension is continued. What causes traction
I use to be so afraid of cutting my hair even when I desperately needed to let it go. Now that I understand what it takes to grow healthy hair that mentality eventually faded. I see no point in holding onto scraggly broken off strands just for the sake of length, especially when it looks so terrible! Anytime your hair is looking like this please say goodbye!
There are many different factors in life that may make us less interested in giving our hair the care it needs. Whether it’s work, becoming a new busy mommy or stress sometimes other areas will take priority. Unfortunately if you go too long without nurturing your hair, the price can be hefty. Especially if you have fine kinky textured strands tangles, dryness and breakage will come easy.
As soon as you notice your edges thinning out take action. Ignoring the problem will only make it worse and will lead to permanent damage. If your situation is really bad have a Dermatologist evaluate your hair. If your follicles are not dead and you haven’t suffered permanent hair loss with patience and consistency you can reclaim your hairline! Follow these steps to grow back your edges: