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Getting Bangs Cut In?

Discussion in 'Styling & Hair Care Tips for AGA Sufferers' started by Arisemysoul, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. Arisemysoul

    Arisemysoul Established Member

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    I am having hair loss all over. But the worse seems to be in the front. I don't have bangs right now. I am wondering would it make things look worse or better if I get bangs cut in.

    If my hair loss continues I will look into getting a topper. Would having bangs make it harder to wear a topper so it looks good? My hair lays so flat now it seems bangs would help. I haven't ask my hairdresser about it yet. My hair is growing so slowly that I don't go to her that often. The slow hair growth is another thing to consider. If I get bangs and they look awful it may take forever to grow them back out!

    Has anyone gotten bangs to help hide hair loss?
     
  2. leosachon1

    leosachon1 Guest

    Arisemysoul,

    I suffer from hair loss and after trying out lots of different treatment options, I invested in non-surgical hair replacement and am very pleased!
    I also considered getting a fringe cut as the front of my hairline was the worst affected, however I thought that if my hair loss was irreversible I may eventually regret getting the front cut even shorter?

    Leonie x
     
  3. Arisemysoul

    Arisemysoul Established Member

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    One side has long bangs if you could call them that. I am afraid if I cut them it will take FOREVER to grow them back out. Or it will make my hair look worse. I have had several good hair days in a row so this always makes me rethink any changes ;)

    I did talk with my hair stylist and she is going to maybe cut in a few long layers in the front. But she said no heavy bangs for me. I don't think I have enough hair to pull that off anyway!

    Thanks for your input ladies.
     
  4. leosachon1

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    The shorter the hair is, the harder it is to handle, so long layers sound like a good idea to me! Take some pics and let us know.
     
  5. Arisemysoul

    Arisemysoul Established Member

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    I go tomorrow. I love my hair stylist but she told me herself she does not have any clients with extreme hair loss. She has some with thyroid problems and she said their hair comes and goes when they have to adjust their thyroid meds.

    But she has been sweet although she if very blunt about things. I am wondering if I should look for someone with more experience with hair loss. But how to find one :$ I guess I could just start calling around.

    As for pictures... :thumbdown2: I don't think I am up for that!
     
  6. leosachon1

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    i go to a highly recommendable london clinic with a hair salon specialising in hair loss. would be happy to help, but obviously take your time and look round first!
     
  7. Arisemysoul

    Arisemysoul Established Member

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    Thanks so much! I am in the states and have talked with a couple of ladies on here from NC who have given me some good salons to consider.

    I went yesterday and my stylists cut in some longer layers in the front. I think it looks pretty good. For now it will do. As for the future we shall see what happens next :dunno:
     
  8. leosachon1

    leosachon1 Guest

    no problem! im sure it looks great.
    if you ever considered a hair system, the salon i visit has an online store and ship internationally
     
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