How to Style Your Thinning Hair (Infographic)

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Hair loss affects us all at different stages of our lives, some much earlier than others. Many embrace this new look with confidence and little concern, just look at Jason Statham!

However, for many, hair loss is a distressing experience that leads to a lack of confidence and low self-esteem.

For those who suffer hair loss, it may seem as though your styling options are limited. However, this is not the case.  There are a number of great home remedies helping you battle hair loss, but in the meantime, you still need to look great!

Our infographic seeks to show you a number of ways in which you can style and shape your thinning hair and boost your confidence.

Why do we experience hair loss?

One of the most common causes of hair loss is ageing. As with most signs of ageing, thinning hair is something most of us wish to avoid for as long as possible. Our hair is made up of a number of tiny protein strands that renew themselves every couple of years. As we age our hair growth slows, whilst hair strands become finer and lighter.

Male pattern baldness is another common cause, affecting approximately ‘one-quarter of men by the age of 30 and two-thirds by the age of 60.’ This is caused by shrinking hair follicles that thin the hair and reduce growth rate, eventually causing baldness.

So, what can we do about it?

Don’t fret, if you’re looking for a simple, inexpensive solution, we have you covered!

Our infographic looks at five varying and fashionable ways in which you can style your thinning hair and still look great! Whether you prefer a clean-shaven look or a shaggy, layered style, there’s something to suit you.

 

About the author Patrick Banks

Patrick is a Berlin-based dating advisor, motivational speaker, a huge fitness and vegan diet enthusiast and the main editor at Wingman Magazine, specialised in men's health. His ultimate goal is to share with men around the world his passion for self-development and to help them to become the greatest version of themselves. He believes a healthy body and successful social interactions are two main keys to happiness.