Hairstyles to Avoid for Thinning Hair

A place for traditional archers talk.

Hairstyles to Avoid for Thinning Hair

Postby alihair on Mon Dec 11, 2017 4:22 am

Sometimes the arrival of a new season brings all kinds of problems for women who are predisposed to Wigs. Thinning hair is one of the most frustrating problems a woman can deal with so doing our best to avoid making the problem worse should be Wigs For Women. Find out what are the hairstyles that can aggravate hair tinning and hair loss to know what to avoid if you are dealing with this problem.

Regardless if the problem of Full Lace Wigs is a temporary one such as postpartum hair loss or seasonal hair loss or if genetics contributes to a weight loss problem, the hairstyles we choose can impact the amount of hair we lose every day. Especially in the case of long hair length we can make a series of unfortunate choices that ultimately aggravate the situation. Some of the hairstyles we choose cause tension to the scalp putting extra stress on it and even accelerating the process of hair thinning. Here are a few hairstyles that should be avoided if you are predisposed to this problem:

Braided hairstyles
Braiding your hair is one of the simplest and most effective ways to add interest to a plain hairstyle however, it can be one of the surest ways to accelerate hair loss.
Tight braids and cornrows put an enormous stress on the scalp due to the fact that the hair must be constantly pulled in order to create this style and the hair strands become a weaker and weaker if you regularly opt for this type of hairstyle. Opting for partial loose braids is a quick improvement that can be made, however it is best to avoid this type of hairstyle at least for a while until the situation starts improving.

Ponytails
A tight high ponytail can be one of the easiest ways to create a polished look but also one of the most detrimental choices for your tresses if this becomes part of your signature look. Similar to braids and cornrows the tension created at the root weakens the hair strand, making you more susceptible to developing hair loss problems. Moreover, tight ponytails can also cause headaches for the very same reasons. Hairstyles that are created using a tight ponytails such as top knots and certain bun hairstyles should also be avoided as a precautionary measure. Tight pigtails are another obvious no-no.

Permed hairstyles
If the hair is already weakened from several chemical treatments, perming your hair can be a risky move that can contribute to hair loss. Moreover, if you color your hair before you perm your hair you are also at the risk of developing hair loss. Ideally you should color your hair only after you permed your hair and never in the same session as this can lead to severe hair damage and speed up hair loss even more.


AliPearlHair Website:https://www.alipearlhair.com
alihair
 
Posts: 221
Joined: Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:44 am

Return to Stick and String

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 16 guests