Applying Hair Fibers on Bald Areas
While it may be alarming, finding a lot of hair strands clinging to your brush or spread across your pillowcase in the morning is very normal.
According to the Canadian Academy of Dermatology, the average person loses between 50 and 100 strands of hair per day! And, while that may seem like a lot of hair falling out on a daily basis, it's crucial to remember that hair loss is extremely common. However, if you've seen an unusual quantity of hair loss, it could be due to a variety of factors, many of which are easily cured, addressed, or prevented.
Take a look at these 5 typical reasons why you're having this problem and how to cover it up naturally!
What Are The Signs of Balding?
Hair loss symptoms and conditions differ between men, women, and children. People of any age or gender, however, may notice more hair in their brushes or in the shower drain.
Hair loss and hair problems in males can manifest as:
- Hair loss on the scalp
- Hair loss that is excessive but not balding, as a result of different illnesses and pharmacological treatments, rapid weight loss, anemia, or stress.
- Hairline receding
- Hair loss in general
Can Hair Loss Be Heredity?
This type of hair loss affects both men and women and is the most frequent cause of hair loss worldwide. It's known as male pattern hair loss in guys. Female pattern hair loss affects women. Androgenic alopecia is the medical name for hair loss that occurs in both men and women.
Whatever title you pick, it means you've inherited genes that cause your hair follicles (the root of each hair) to shrink and finally stop producing hair. Shrinking might start in your teens, although it usually happens later in life.
The first sign of hereditary hair loss in women is frequently thinning hair or a widening part.
What Causes Balding?
The most common cause of baldness is androgenetic alopecia. Male pattern baldness is the most popular name for it in men. Female pattern baldness is the term for it in women. According to the Canadian Hair Loss Council, it is responsible for 95 percent of cases of irreversible hair loss.
This sort of baldness isn't always caused by an illness. It's a problem linked to:
- It's hereditary, so it's genetics.
- the natural aging process
- androgens are male hormones.
Androgenetic alopecia normally develops progressively in both men and women. It produces a receding hairline and thinning at the crown of the head in men. These are typical symptoms of male pattern baldness.
Women rarely experience receding hairlines. Instead, they primarily experience thinning at the top of the scalp, which presents as a widening hair part. This is typical of female pattern baldness.
How To Temporary Cover Up Bald Areas?
Baldness is caused by significant hair loss on the head. The phrase "balding" most usually refers to androgenetic alopecia, also known as male or female pattern hair loss.
You may be seeking for a short-term remedy to cover up regions of undesired hair loss. There are a few alternatives for covering up the region. Continue reading for additional information and alternatives.
1. Hair Building Fibers:
Hair building fibers have been shown to help persons with thinning hair or bald patches. When these fibers are sprinkled over a balding area, they interweave with the existing hair to give it quick bulk, instantly covering the balding area.
The following are some advantages of utilizing hair fillers:
- HIGH PERFORMANCE: SureThik Hair Fibers are resistant to perspiration, wind, and rain thanks to an exclusive long-lasting composition.
- INSTANT RESULTS: Thicker and fuller-looking hair in seconds, bald spots and thinning hair melt away with our hair building solutions.
- NATURAL LOOKING: Lightweight hair fibers readily connect to existing hair. SureThik is the most natural-looking, feeling, and styling hair loss concealer available.
Hair fillers are an excellent technique to replicate your own natural hair.
Tommy, a local barber, shows how SureThik Fibers may assist produce a natural look. As seen in our video, a light application will help integrate the hairline. This is a buildable product, and the more you add, the thicker the application.
Do Hair Building Fibers Stay On All Day?
Hair fibers are one of the most promising treatments for some types of hair loss currently accessible. While surgery has been the therapy of choice for people who have experienced significant hair loss, it is not always the best option for other types of baldness. In the early stages of baldness, for example, there is usually the prospect of naturally reversing or even stopping hair loss. Furthermore, until the hair loss progresses, surgery may not be possible with scattered thinning.
SureThik Hair Thickening Fibers and SureThik Holding Spray are two of our most popular products. SureThik Hair Thickening Fibers are available in two sizes, and there is a monthly subscription option to make monthly purchases easier.
Hair fillers are keratin-derived fibers that blend in with your natural hair to provide the appearance of fuller-looking hair. The thickening fibers are an all-natural solution for both men's and women's hair thinning. The organic keratin protein fibers, which are small in size, work together to create full coverage and volume. The thickening fibers are the best option for you because they are fully safe and resistant to rain, wind, and perspiration.
How do you get more grip when you want or need it?
To lock in the fibers while keeping the styling intact, apply fibers to dry, styled hair. To set and bind the fibers, we recommend patting them down with your palm.
However, if you want to be extra cautious, use a pump or two of SureThik Alcohol-free Fiber Holding Spray after you've finished applying your fibers to create more grip and a natural shine to the hair! This product also aids in the locking of your style; it is non-sticky, alcohol-free (so no hair damage), and will keep your fibers in place regardless of activities.