What do you do when you realize your hair is starting to thin? I have always had naturally long hair but I don’t remember the last time I had super think edges. When I started growing locs I thought that would be a part of the growing process but I haven’t seen much difference.
Thinning hairs is no longer an older persons problem but it has become rampant especially since the more elaborate usage of the hair weaves without proper protection. Now-a-days people are going the extra mile to afford the best hair, or Virgin hair, but start to slack when it comes to their natural hair.
I am not screaming for everyone to become a natural hair care professional but I am screaming for people to pay attention to what they are doing to their hair. Thinning can be the results of stress, poor diet, allergies, skin conditions and serious health issues. Every condition is serious for someone so move according to what you believe is right for you or visit a doctor for testing.
The horrible thing about thinning hair, is being self-conscious of it all of the time. It affects from the way you style your hair to the way you take a picture. No one wants thin hair, and there are things that you can do to thicken your hair naturally.
- Controls dandruff
- Gives natural shine back
- Locks moisture in your hair
- Stimulate growth (this helps so much with those thinning areas) you can use as much or less as you’d like.
Thinning hair is something many people go through so you are not alone. I have tried many of the naturally hair thickening remedies and I love them. My hair is thickening up slowly but surely. Share your natural hair care tips please, I love the quick and easy ones.