Our edges have a big impact on your face’s shape and how your hair looks. Swoops and swirls added with baby hairs and edge control are always the perfect final touch for any adorably cute haircut. But it comes with a price; first, it seems like fun and games until you see in the mirror that your edges aren’t as thick as they previously were. Excessive styling and handling might stress out your baby hairs, which can eventually make them weaken and fall out. Additionally, you run the risk of losing your hair permanently if you continue to overuse them. But there’s good news, too: If you haven’t pushed yourself too far, you can grow back your edges. I have preliminary conversations with three experts to establish the steps you can follow to get a thicker and fuller hairline. Yes, it’s possible that your DNA is to fault for the separation of your edges. If this is what is causing your edges to thin out, it is unlikely that you will be able to stop the disintegration from happening (sorry!). There are some circumstances where you can prevent or treat it. In order to be ready for the future, you should ask your mother or grandmother about their experiences.
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