15 years ago
donkeykong

help: all beauticians : what can you do to get thinning hair to thicken up?, my hair is thinning in the crow?

help: all beauticians : what can you do to get thinning hair to thicken up?, my hair is thinning in the crow?
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15 years ago
creativestarwish
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the vitamin Biotin does amazing things for the hair as well as the skin and nails. Look for it, and take it once a day. There is a report of Biotin reversing scaling, hair loss, hair fragility, and uncombability in a two-year old boy with the syndrome. The hair remained combable even after one year. from http://www.pdrhealth.com/drug_info/nmdrugprofiles/nutsupdrugs/bio_0035.shtml Also, scalp stimulation is very beneficial to new hairgrowth. A good product to massage into your scalp at night before you to to bed would be a carrot oil creme. Usually this is found in drugstores near the ethnic haircare. My personal favorite is Organic Root Stimulator's Carrot Oil. I would not recommend extensions if the hair is mostly thinning in the crown area. You'd more than likely be able to see the extensions in this area as most extension specialists don't put very many (if none at all) in that area. Also, depending what extensions you would get, that wouldn't be ideal for your hair because your hair needs to get back to healthy and breathe. Nioxin makes some vitamins, too, for the hair along with a "re-growth" shampoo. This brand is usually sold in salons. However, there IS a generic brand that works just as good at Sally Beauty Supply. It's called Nutri-Ox. Temporary treatments to make the hair look fuller are root lifters, bodifying shampoos and volumizing spray-waxes. Try to reduce stress in your life and just be patient. Also you might want to go to the doctor to have a blood test done to have your thyroid checked. Thinning hair can be a result of thyroid trouble or if you're on certain medications, too. A client of mine who had thyroid problems was balding in her crown area and hairline near the front of her hair. After 6 months of taking the Biotin and stimulating her scalp, she has had some new hairgrowth and it has thickened up quite a bit. good luck!
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15 years ago
britbrit2639
There is a product line called Nioxin that is specifically designed for thinning hair. It is an all natural product and safe to use of natural or chemical-treated hair. Your hair goes through changes in you life with changes in your hormones (puberty, pregnancy, menopause are big triggers of these changes). Prenatal vitamins also help stimulate hair growth, as does biotin (which is more budget friendly).
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6 years ago
Anonymous
The hair is not just a part of your body and it is a symbol of beauty, status and health. It is important for you to take proper care of your health in order to prevent early hair loss. Learn here https://bitly.im/aMJYd It is not a very serious problem and with a little bit of caution you will be able to prevent further hair loss. There are certain uncontrollable factors like pregnancy conditions or certain illness or genetic factors that will result in hair loss. But, this does not mean that you cannot do something about your hair loss.
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5 years ago
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Theres products in the market that is for thin hair and merchandise in an effort to add volume. Merchandise i do know that support with each is called Sebastian physique Double. Its made to make skinny hair show up thicker and it will suppose thicker and it definately gives it volume. They have got shampoo, conditioner, syler, ect. We use it at the salon I work at and i take advantage of the styler on my bangs and it definately feels otherwise and it does give volume.
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15 years ago
♥ Chelle ♥
well if it thining you need to trim your ends or if you play in your hair alot you need to stop that because that also cause thinning to your hair and just maintain your hair with washing it leave the conditioner in your hair for about 5 minutes then wash it out that should work
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15 years ago
hoodboundmami
They have a line of products (shampoo, conditioner, hair oil, etc.) called Dr. Miracle and I recomend it.
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15 years ago
Guerda B
fake hair is not the answer...it just leaves your natural hair untreated...but use the keraphix line and wash the hair and moisturise often...use dudley's PCA...that gives it a lot of body and rebuilds it.....just really moisturise it.
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15 years ago
efraevo
wig extensions (that go near the top of your head and uner the rest of you hair so it kind of adds to the hair you have as well as make it longer) just go to the salon and ask them.
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15 years ago
sarahie x
layers
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15 years ago
Kasey*
use doo-grow
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