Worried of receding hairline? Here is how you can deal with it and maintain a healthy hairline
Thinning of hair edges or loss of hair at the hairline is a nasty problem that is commonly faced by many people. Even the likes of Naomi Campbell, Serena Williams and Britney Spears have faced this kind of hair issue and the paparazzi even revealed photos highlighting their so called “traction alopecia”, a condition where one experiences gradual loss of hair that usually stems from excessive usage of chemical relaxers, heat styling, extensions and even excessive hair pulling. Many people can blame such condition on their genes, growing age; scalp infection caused by using alcohol based products, lupus, hyperthyroidism, etc. However, receding hairline can be fixed if you following some of our useful tips that work best for hair growth and help you get back a healthy hairline. Growing back lost hair requires a lot of patience, but always remember, “Where there is a will, there is a way!”
1 Quit the habit of tying up your hair back tightly
Whenever you pull your hair back too tightly to tie a bun or a braid, it causes too much of tension along the hairline and this may further result in breakage of hair and loss of hair over time. So, it is advised that you do not opt for such hairstyles and no matter whichever style you are going for, always make sure that you do not pull it back too tightly. Loose pinned updos are a great way to allow your hair to breathe.
2 Sleep on a satin or silk pillowcase
Cotton pillowcases rob your hair off, of the much needed moisture and this can play a pivotal role in damaged hairline. If you sleep on a satin or silk pillowcase or simply tie a silk or satin scarf over your pillow while you snooze then it greatly helps to retain the moisture on your hair and pave a dreamy beautiful way to have a healthy hairline.
3 Never sleep in a bun, ponytail or an updo
This, in fact, can be the worst thing you can do to your hair. Not only do these habits result in hair loss but also cause weakening of the hair follicles giving way to your worst nightmare “receding hairline”. This worsens as you turn and toss while asleep. The best option is to sleep with your hair wrapped in a silk scarf or loosely tied plaits.
4 Do not wear bandanas, elastic headbands and tight scarves very often
While using these accessories may be OK once in a while, but it is definitely not a wise thing to wear these on a daily basis. Loose scarves are much more preferable.