The swoops and swirls you create with your baby hairs and edge control are always the icing on the cake of any super-cute hairstyle. Our edges play a huge role in framing your face and how your hair looks. But that comes with a cost; initially, it’s all fun and games until you notice in the mirror that your edges aren’t as thick as they once were. Your delicate baby hairs may become stressed out from excessive styling and handling, which will eventually cause them to thin and fall out. And if you continue to abuse them, you risk developing permanent hair loss. Here’s some good news, though: You can grow back your edges if you haven’t reached the breaking point. In order to determine the steps you can take to achieve a thicker and fuller hairline, I spoke with three experts in advance. Yes, your DNA may be to blame for the separation of your edges. The likelihood that you can prevent the breakage from occurring if this is the cause of your thinning edges is low (sorry!). “sometimes you can treat it or prevent it.” In any case, you should ask your mother or grandmother about their experiences so that you will be prepared for the future.
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