European Correspondent, Hair Loss

Hair loss by fashion and own actions

Spring hair-trend

Alepecia areata
Certain hairstyles can cause Alopecia Areata. Traction Alopecia is hair loss due to regular tension on the hair so that the hair follicles give up at a given moment,” if you keep pulling my hair, you do not want those hairs? Have it your way. Then I stop growing” Here are 4 hairstyles that can lead to hair loss.

 

Braiths and dreadlocks
The so-called braiths or dreadlocks. Tight braids are pulled very tight so that they last longer before they get too loose. In the beginning you saw that fashion in Afro hair in children. Then also with other children and lastly with both women and men.Currently very popular in the pop world.

 

Pony tails
Tight ponytails. Again, the hair can be pulled a lot to prevent the hair from coming loose. Popular with women for a long time, but in recent years men also had to get it. Sometimes I wanted it to, but my children didn’t want to know me anymore. And I thought that was going too far.

 

Sugarspin
Do you remember the fashion to give a lot of volume to the hair bij combing is against the direction of the growth? Currently out of fashion, but I still remember those cotton candy very well. Very common in my time as a ladies’ hairdresser. And then also half
a can of hairspray over it. Don’t think about it anymore. The hairstyles of today are natural and smoothly falling and a good cutting technique now comes into its own much better.

 

Extensions
Extensions. A nice way to make the hair fuller and longer. Again, do not tighten too tightly. Because extensions are usually applied in a salon and that can be quite pricey so many women want them as tight as possible. Then they last longer and save costs.

 

Extra tip
To prevent excessive hair loss, make sure that you do not model the hair wet. Let the hairs air dry the hair and comb through lightly. . Don’t forget to treat with a serum or oil at least once a week. And replace your pillow with a satin pillowcase. This also prevents extra stress on the hair when turning in your sleep.

 

Hans J. Diks, European editor International Hair Authority, Independent expert on hair problems.

More information: https://www.haarproblemen.nl/

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