How To Cover Bald Spots And Some Causes of Hair Loss

How To Cover Bald Spots And Hair Loss

How To Cover Bald Edges

Haircare can mean so much to a person and their particular lifestyle. Some people love to cut their hair; meanwhile, others like to grow long, healthy hair that can be styled in various ways. Well, what about those that are having trouble growing their locks. Hair loss can be caused by many different reasons like heredity, lack of proper nutrition, alopecia, medications, and that awful thing called stress. Through it all, there are some ways that a person can still achieve their desired look; meanwhile, covering up their bald edges for a lovely hairstyle.

Tips on Covering up bald patches

Most women love to look beautiful and keep their hair appearance on point. Sometimes the style they want to achieve may require their beautiful tresses to be pulled back revealing the unfortunate reality of hair loss. No worries, you are still beautiful.

If you wish to disguise that bald spot, here are some techniques that can help you to achieve that goal. 

Hair Care Products:

  • Cream of nature black edge control
  • Kiss color black

Steps to cover thin spots in the hair: 

1. Brush edges back.
2. Brush baby hair forward
3. Rub kiss color stick on the bald, and thin spot.
4. Blend the hair and color stick with your fingers.
5. Repeat steps 3 & 4 as necessary to sufficiently cover the thin spots. ( Keep blending and applying
6. Brush edges back.
7. Add the edge control on the outer edges.

There are a variety of reasons for hair loss, bald spots, and edges. 

1. Alopecia

Types of Alopecia 
  • * Alopecia areata patchy - has coin-sized patches of hair loss from the scalp or body
  • * Alopecia Totalis - A total loss of hair on the scalp.
  • * Alopecia Universalis- Loss of hair over the scalp, face, and body.

Alopecia Areata
Image source: Alopecia Areata

The National Alopecia Areata Foundation states,
"With all forms of alopecia areata, your body’s own immune system attacks your healthy hair follicles, causing them to become much smaller and drastically slow down production to the point that hair growth may stop."

2. Heredity -

Thinning hair can be inherited by your ancestors. Did your mother or father begin to shed hair at an earlier than normal age? When you look back at pictures of your great grandparents, were their signs of male pattern baldness, thinning edges, or alopecia?

3. Medication

Hair loss can be caused by medication and radiation that helps to treat Chemotherapy and a variety of other diseases.

4. Nutrition -

 The lack of proper nutrition can cause the hair to begin to break. We all need proper food for hair growth and thickness.

5. Stress

Hair loss can be caused by stress. Sometimes you don't begin to see the hair loss until later after you have gone through the stressful situation.
No matter what, try to take some safety precautions to keep your hair healthy. If you tend to developed bald spots anyway, then try some steps above to camouflage it. After all, just remember you are beautiful and rock your hairstyle the way you want to while maintaining the health of your tresses.

Author: Arica Hart - Arica G
Author: Arica  Green (Arica G) is the Founder and Editor of Inveigle Magazine. She created a premiere Lifestyle, Fashion, and Beauty Magazine to entice you towards positive change and increase the quality of life. With Arica's love for writing and informing the Universe about a variety of topics, Inveigle Magazine was born. 

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