Losing your hair is a difficult thing to deal with. It is a problem for both men and women although the taboo is maybe a little stronger with women. Though tell that to any young man in his twenties who is starting to lose his hair and you might have an argument on your hands.
The problem is not just a physical one – there’s a whole range of emotional aspects which also influence how a person feels about their appearance. Losing your hair or watching it get thinner is showing you mortality but writ small. Not surprisingly there are plenty of things you can do to help. The hair fillers for thinning hair that are applied in a salon are a little different from the ones you can apply yourself.
There are different types of filler, some which last longer than others, but the basis rests on having some hair to start with. Hair filling techniques require there is some hair, however fine it may be to attach the filler to. The goal is to add to your hair in a way that looks natural and yet still leaves you able to get on with life. You can wash and style your hair as normal.
Today we understand far more about hair and its loss than we ever have in the past. We know how changes in hormone levels can cause hair to look thinner and perhaps even more importantly we have a grasp of how this makes people feel.
Science and the styling business (in its broadest sense) combine to offer us product and techniques to cope with thinning hair or hair loss, and luckily there is the whole internet out there, where you can do the research in private too.