How To Deal With Hair Loss

It’s one simple fact; not one of us wants to get older, but like it or not, it’s happening and with that inevitable prospect lies one of the biggest fears known to man; hair loss. You have a choice, either you can gracefully embrace what is happening or you make a complete idiot out of yourself by growing your hair in a way that attempts to cover the bald patch or that ever-receding hairline that is making itself known.

In my opinion, going down the ‘graceful’ route is the preferable option by far, which actually led me to do a little research and gather information and pictures of guys who are successful and attractive, embracing their hair loss with all the confidence in the world. So if you want to show off your strengths and regain that self-confidence you see to have lost of late, these short hairstyles are just what you have been looking for.

Let’s deal with the important things first: hair loss is actually a genetic thing. It is true that the market has many products that help to prevent hair loss but we still have not seen a product that can actually make a cosmetic difference to hair regrowth. In other words, you need to work with what your mama gave you and it’s short hairstyles that will give you a helping hand here. So, let’s draw up your master plan.

Get to know what you have been blessed with and have a good talk with your barber about the best approach for cutting your hair. In general, a short hairstyle will minimize the appearance of thinning hair whilst a longer hairstyle will showcase it.

Don’t go down the route of growing the sides of your hair to try to cover that bald patch on top; you will only draw more attention to the area you are trying to cover.

Don’t wear hats if you don’t need to. If you cover the issue you are basically not dealing with it: the more you look at yourself the more you will embrace your new look. As well as this, your head needs to breathe so the only time you want to put a hat on is for protection from the elements.

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Thinning hair can get greasy easily so it needs to be regularly shampooed. However, if you overo it, you will strip the natural oils from your hair. My recommendation is a maximum of three times per week, if you want to do more than this it’s best to use a dry shampoo.

A light pomade (clay if possible) will give you a non-greasy finish. For extra volume, blow-dry your hair.