From most individuals, a recurring fantasy for Brad Pitt’s hair or Jennifer Aniston’s hair is a dream comes true. But as you aged, you may find yourself with poor forehead hairline. A tall wall of your forehead could be very bothersome, though mostly it is just a medically inconsequential thing. If you’re keen to have pretty ‘normal’ hairline, something that you never let go of your style, the following pieces of information may help to boost your forehead hairline growth!
There are lots of people with a high forehead hairline. So you’re not alone to deal with! The good news, it’s usually entirely normal and not always linked to hair loss.
For instance, it could be something you’re going with situation known as a maturing hairline. Maturing hairline is usually common during puberty. This process makes the forehead hairline a bit higher than before. The higher hairline would much more noticeable in some people!
With age, the shape of your body (including the face and hairline) would change. Your frontal hairline is likely to become more rounded over time.
See also this section to learn more about maturing hairline, how to distinguish between normal maturing hairline and abnormal hair loss (such as receding hairline of pattern hair loss)!
Sometimes a high forehead is perfectly normal. Let’s say for example, Tom Hiddleston, a famous actor as “Loki’ in the Thor Dark World and Avengers. This is simply where the forehead hairline lies naturally. So it’s not a type of abnormal hair loss. In such case, a haircut is probably helpful if you’re not comfortable enough to where your forehead hairline is positioned. See barber or hairdresser for more guidance! They will be used to hearing your concerns.
A true hair loss problem affecting the forehead is pattern hair loss, a common genetic alopecia. With this you will have progressive thinning hair in your hairline. It may also cause gradual thinner hair on the top or elsewhere of the head. Over time it would get progressively worse to become permanent. It’s possible to eventually have partial or complete baldness over time, especially men.
A number of choices are available to help deal with. The good news some people find that non-surgical solutions are helpful enough – of course it’s dependent on the root of the problem.
For example, hair loss around the hairline associated with pregnancy usually improves with a few lifestyle measures. About 6-9 months after giving birth, many women usually will have temporary hair loss around their hairline. In such case, you’re just caught in a waiting game.
Hairline recession is a complex thing, and semi-permanent hair extensions would also have an effect. Prolonged pulling and constant weighing down hair shaft can provoke hair loss. Sometimes the impact could be significant.
Tape-in & glue-in extensions are often positioned very close to hairline. This may cause recession of your hairline over the long run.
So be careful with hair extension, avoid it if necessary. Or use it properly if you have to! For instance, don’t use it too close to the front of your head!
Supplements for hair loss are overwhelming, and not all of them are backed by strong scientific evidence. So it’s possible to just waste your time and money.
Also, supplements are really helpful only when you have a deficiency of certain nutrient.
For example, iron deficiency is a common condition. It’s well known trigger of hair loss [reference]. In case of when your body has this deficiency, iron supplement would help a lot to restore the balance.
Whether or not you have a micro-nutrient deficiency linked to hair loss, an overall-balanced healthy diet should be part of your regular regimen. And when you have to take supplements, choose one prescribed by your dermatologist for more optimal result!
This is one approach to help boost forehead hairline growth without requiring dermatologist (you don’t have to hire a professional). The hair growth stimulation is not super thick and doesn’t work for everyone, but it’s worth a try since it may help lightly fill the thinning area.
Applying extra ingredients while you’re massaging your forehead hairline is a good way to fully nourish the hair roots for new growth stimulation.
To gain hair growth most, the addition of applying healthy hair growth products (nourishing oils such as tea tree oil) is recommended. Try also with other helpful ingredients such as pumpkin seed oil and saw palmetto. What to remember, mix the essential oil with carrier oil – e.g. almond, jojoba, or coconut oil.
Also, do the message gently and carefully. Never use the fingernail, keep it gently only with the pads of your fingers!
First things first, the underlying cause is what you need to figure out. It plays a key role in determining the most out of treatment. So your best treatment will plan vary according to what causes the problem.
Seeing a dermatologist would help a lot for accurate diagnosis. But it’s also undeniable that you’re the best one who knows your own body. And the first simple thing to evaluate is probably your diet.
Changes inside the body will have significant effect to drive external changes, including hair loss or your hair growth stimulation. Vitamins, mineral, and lots of things have to do with your diet – as well as hormonal changes.
In other words, again what you eat matters! And it’s always worth a try to follow this old wives’ tale. Take a daily multi-mineral and vitamin in your regular regimen so you will completely nourish your hair follicles.
Unfortunately as mentioned earlier, many times hair loss is a complex thing. It’s not something that you can fix easily with only a few changes in your diet. This is particularly true for hair loss affecting forehead hairline because this usually has to do with genetic trait or something else.
In case of when it’s hard to fix with lifestyle measures, now it’s not bad idea to look for treatments. A number of non-surgical procedures for hair growth are available. We have published this comprehensively in this article!
Hairline-lowering invasive procedure is not pretty reg solution as popular as botox and fillers in cosmetic industry. This may drive you a much more ‘WTF?” response if you never hear it before.
Unlike non-invasive procedure, there is no a thing for the name of the game called ‘patience’. The hairline usually will grow more quickly.
After the operation, you usually have a drain in and also a helpful bandage around the head. But don’t worry this is all removed when you leave the hospital. And then you will immediately notice see a change of thickness on the hairline, the final result may take about 6 weeks or a little bit longer.
Hairline-lowering surgery is probably done under general anesthetic (if possible). The next questions, does it always work for anyone? What are the drawbacks? What’s more – the following are a few common frequently asked questions about the procedure: