A stylist shared some early signs you might go bald
Hair loss affects a large number of men and the realization that your hair is thinning or receding can often be a source of panic and insecurity. In a recent video, YouTuber Stephen aka The Salon Guy breaks down some of the warning signs of baldness.
One of the main indicators of baldness is if you start to see a specific area of your hair start to thin out and you can see more of the scalp. It can start at the corners of the hairline at the front or at the back of the head. Most of the time, baldness can appear towards the back, at the level of the crown.
“If it happens in just one area and nowhere else, that could be the reason for how you’re losing it,” Stephen says. “Maybe that’s just the way your hair is. Your hair may have always come back to the corners … But if you start to see a bald spot getting wider and wider you see less of it. density, then there is a chance that you will lose your hair. “
If you’ve noticed a visible change over time, over the course of a year, for example, you may be losing your hair. This can be for a number of reasons, with genetics at the top of the list, Stephen says; if there is a history of hair loss or baldness on either side of your family, it may be inevitable.
“It stinks, but it will happen. It’s part of nature, ”he says. “And yes, you can try using things to help prevent it, by using products for hair loss. can are useful, there are prescription drugs for it … or you can accept it and shave your head. It really depends on you. “
However, it is possible that what you see as a sign of hair loss is actually something else; for example, Stephen advises not to panic too much if you can see your scalp where your hair is coming off naturally, as most people do.
“Just because you have a hairline that goes up a bit in the corners naturally doesn’t mean you’re losing your hair,” he says. “Or maybe if your hair is rather thin, it doesn’t mean that you are losing your hair. Or if you brush them and clumps come out, it could mean that something is going on, but it could also be that your hair is so thick that you are not using the correct technique, and it could cause a breakage. greater number of hairs. “
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