Important Knowledge On Hair Thinning From Weave

Publié par hamza lion vendredi 4 septembre 2015

By Kenya England


Many women enjoy the benefits of weave hairstyles. These flexible alternatives to hair styling have become popular especially in these modern days when quick fixes and convenience make hectic schedules more manageable. But it also means that many ladies end up with hair thinning from weave.

Women who get the hairstyles put in at home by novices face this condition but they are not alone in their plight. Customers of professional salons also face this problem as well. The main culprits behind the condition are usually, the techniques used to install or remove the style, the methods used to maintain the styles as well as the quality of the products used.

One method of installing weaves is sewing them in. This is done by first creating cornrow braids in the hair and then using weaving needle and thread to stitch the wafts of locks onto the braids.The problem with this is that sometimes the braids are done too tightly and this places great stress on the follicles leading to breakage and sometimes scarring as well. When the scalp is scarred, new follicle growth is difficult. Sewed in weaves are taken down by cutting the thread and it is easy to see how some of the natural strands may be accidentally cut in this process.

Another method for installing weaves is the use of glue. The adhesive is applied to cornrows and the wefts are then attached. Sometimes the glue is difficult to remove and in removing it the strands of hair are also puled away from the root. This often happens at the sides of the hairline as it is at these locations that hair tends to be weakest.

Much of the weave-triggered balding or thinning that occurs is attributed to infections of the scalp. These infections are often the result of tight braiding techniques that precede the actually installation of the wefts. The braids are sometimes so tight that they break the skin. The broken skin becomes infected when dirt and germs get inside. Unfortunately a lot of people ignore the start of an infection and do not get it dealt with until it has done considerable damage.

Poor maintenance practices also contribute to the condition. Many of the victims of this thinning or balding condition suffer because they kept the weave in too long. Professionals in the field recommending limiting each of these styles to twelve months maximum.

Allergic or other negative reactions to the products used account for many of the weave-related balding or thinning issues. Many women do not realize until it is too late that they are allergic to the hair glue or the synthetic tresses that they wear. Some do not even recognize the signs until it is too late.

Balding or thinning hairlines caused by weaves can be embarrassing for women. Luckily for some of them the condition is temporary. Unfortunately for others the situation is a long term one that requires the treatment of professionals such as trichologists or dermatologists.




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Important Knowledge On Hair Thinning From Weave

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By Kenya England


Many women enjoy the benefits of weave hairstyles. These flexible alternatives to hair styling have become popular especially in these modern days when quick fixes and convenience make hectic schedules more manageable. But it also means that many ladies end up with hair thinning from weave.

Women who get the hairstyles put in at home by novices face this condition but they are not alone in their plight. Customers of professional salons also face this problem as well. The main culprits behind the condition are usually, the techniques used to install or remove the style, the methods used to maintain the styles as well as the quality of the products used.

One method of installing weaves is sewing them in. This is done by first creating cornrow braids in the hair and then using weaving needle and thread to stitch the wafts of locks onto the braids.The problem with this is that sometimes the braids are done too tightly and this places great stress on the follicles leading to breakage and sometimes scarring as well. When the scalp is scarred, new follicle growth is difficult. Sewed in weaves are taken down by cutting the thread and it is easy to see how some of the natural strands may be accidentally cut in this process.

Another method for installing weaves is the use of glue. The adhesive is applied to cornrows and the wefts are then attached. Sometimes the glue is difficult to remove and in removing it the strands of hair are also puled away from the root. This often happens at the sides of the hairline as it is at these locations that hair tends to be weakest.

Much of the weave-triggered balding or thinning that occurs is attributed to infections of the scalp. These infections are often the result of tight braiding techniques that precede the actually installation of the wefts. The braids are sometimes so tight that they break the skin. The broken skin becomes infected when dirt and germs get inside. Unfortunately a lot of people ignore the start of an infection and do not get it dealt with until it has done considerable damage.

Poor maintenance practices also contribute to the condition. Many of the victims of this thinning or balding condition suffer because they kept the weave in too long. Professionals in the field recommending limiting each of these styles to twelve months maximum.

Allergic or other negative reactions to the products used account for many of the weave-related balding or thinning issues. Many women do not realize until it is too late that they are allergic to the hair glue or the synthetic tresses that they wear. Some do not even recognize the signs until it is too late.

Balding or thinning hairlines caused by weaves can be embarrassing for women. Luckily for some of them the condition is temporary. Unfortunately for others the situation is a long term one that requires the treatment of professionals such as trichologists or dermatologists.




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