The hair on your head is more than just hair; hair is often directly connected to one's identity. Losing some of your hair can have a real impact on your self-esteem and self-image. The great news is there are non-surgical hair replacement systems that you can use to get your hair and your self-image back to where you want them to be. To get the best results with a non-surgical hair replacement system, there are a few things you need to do.
Find a Trained Professional to Assist You
The first thing you need to do is find a trained professional to assist you with your hair replacement. A professional will be up to date on the best products and techniques to reverse your hair loss. They will also be able to create a custom solution for replacing your hair that will blend in with your natural hair.
Match the Density of Your Hair
Second, when it comes to replacing your lost hair, you need to work with the hair you have. For example, if your natural hair is a little more on the thin side, you are going to want the hair replacement system you use to be a little on the thin side. Or if you have thick natural hair and a receding hairline, you are going to want to go with a hair replacement system that will create denser-looking hair. You want to match the thickness of your natural hair with the thickness of the hair replacement system you use.
Match Your Natural Hair Color
Third, you are going to want to make sure that you match the hair replacement system you use as closely as possible with your natural hair. You want your replacement hair to blend in as seamlessly as possible with your natural hair. The goal is to create a natural look.
Follow Home Hair Care Instructions
When it comes to replacement hair systems, the technician only does part of the work. You need to do the rest of the work by taking proper care of your hair and following all the after-care instructions. You need to use the right products that are designed to work with your hair replacement system.
When it comes to using a hair replacement system such as PRP hair treatment, work with a professional and try to match the density of your hair as well as the natural color of your hair as closely as possible for the best look. Remember, you need to follow the at-home care instructions your technician provides you with in order to get the very best long-term results.Share
28 December 2019
I was blessed with healthy, thick hair and perfect skin as a young girl. I went to college out-of-state, and I soon started to get acne and my hair started thinning. Everyone told me that it was likely due to stress, but to be honest, I loved college and found most of my first-year classes pretty easy. During my first summer home I put two-and-two together: my eating habits changed drastically at college. My mother always fed us very healthy meals, and my eating habits at college were so bad that I even ate cookies for breakfast sometimes! I found out my hair loss was due to lack of healthy vitamins in my diet and my skin problems were also caused by my poor diet. I created this blog to help other learn how their health, skin, and are all connected, and I hope you can learn a lot here!