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Published On: Fri, Sep 8th, 2017

Regaining Confidence from Issues With Thinning Hair

When it comes to your overall look and presentation of self, how your hair appears can be a big part of your overall sense of self-esteem. When people age though, both men and women, thinning hair, receding hairlines, and even balding will occur, and many people become depressed because of it. The loss of hair vitality is often equated with age and the diminishing of beauty.

Ultimately, if you want to regain confidence in this department, there are many options that you can choose. You can try micropigmentation, undergo hair transplants, by comb-in color kits, or go to a professional to get your hair dyed. These options range in price from very reasonable all the way to extremely expensive, so your choices will be slightly limited by budget.

photo/ Welshsk via wikimeida

Micropigmentation

A relative newcomer to help with the appearance of thinning hair is micropigmentation. A trained professional will determine the color of your hair and then mix up a special dye to put into the skin of your scalp. This whole process is basically like tattooing your head the color of your hair! It lasts for several years and gives the impression that you have a full head of hair, rather than seeing straight through to your scalp in different places.

Hair Transplants

One of the more expensive options when it comes to working with thinning hair or balding is to get a hair transplant. There are many different ways that hair transplants work, but many of them are surgical and very expensive. Results vary from person to person and technique to technique, so the more research that you do in advance, the better chance you’ll have of making the right decision at the right time. It is a real investment, but it can have a real result when it comes to improving your self-esteem.

Comb-In Color

For men and women who have hair that is still full but is just slightly thinning all around, you can purchase comb-in color options. Buying colored hair gel is probably the most budgetarily reasonable, but it’s more of a temporary fix than anything permanent. Colors are not always exact to your hair, so it also takes a little bit of skill to make it look natural.

Professional Dyeing

A final option when it comes to regaining confidence from thinning hair is if you regularly go to a salon and have a professional dye it. Since thinning hair usually also comes along with hair turning gray or becoming at least slightly more dull, getting a good dye job will bring back the look of vitality, and with high-quality products, you can keep it looking beautiful with the right set of shampoo and conditioner over the long term as well.

Author: Anna Johansson

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