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5 Ways to Prevent And Grow Out Thinning Hair Edges

5 Ways to Prevent And Grow Out Thinning Hair Edges

Hey Ladies! You know how we love to rock our hair edges especially when you so desire to flaunt your very beautiful hair… Now, Imagine that long black hair with damaged, thinning, balding edges, that is absolutely the worst!

This section of your hair can’t be missed and there is little you can do to hide it. So it’s best that you catch things in time before it gets out of hand. If you have noticed that your edges are starting to thin out here are some tips for getting things back on track:

Avoid Really Tight Braids That Pull Your Edges

When worn too frequently braids are known to thin out edges and in the worst case scenario they can cause traction alopecia.

Braids do have the advantage of protecting your hair from over manipulation, but when it comes to your edges sometimes the tension is just too much.

If you have just taken out a set of braid extension, give your hair plenty of breathing time. Also make sure you ask your stylist to go easy on your edges so that they are not pulled too tightly. If your edges are looking really bad you may want to lay off period.

Tight Ponytails Can Cause Edges to Thin As Well

Sometimes when we wear our ponytails we  like them to be sleek and a tighter ponytail definitely achieves this. However wearing a slicked back and tight ponytail too frequently can damage your edges.  Damage can be mitigated by switching up your style and not consistently pulling your hair back in this position.

Avoid Picking, Twirling, or Manipulating This Area

If you have a habit of twirling or manipulating this area, stop it! The thinning of your edges is a sign that your hair is being over manipulated and too much tension is being applied. Constantly touching this area will cause even more damage.  Instead try massaging or gently rubbing oils in that area to stimulate hair growth.

Smooth Product on Rather Than Using a Brush

It is okay to use a brush every once in a while for smoothing but avoid making it a daily habit. Brushes can rip and tear at the hair and if you use it too often overtime you will notice your hair will become thinner. Instead choose products that you can smooth on with your hands and will lay your edges down nicely.

Let your hair breathe more by implementing more low manipulation styles

Give your hair a new style and some healthy variation by doing more low manipulation styles like braid outs, twist outs, and bantu knot outs.

Castor oil can help re-grow thinning edges.

Have you ever had this issue? If so, Please share in the comment section on how your edges grew back?


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