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‘Hair’ to tell you something!

  • 27th Sep 2017
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A lot has been said about the situation of constant hair loss over time. Hair loss among men is at an all-time high, and is now affecting younger men at a much rapid pace. There are a variety of things that take a toll on your hair. From stress to heredity, unhealthy diet to smoking, hair fall can occur owing to almost everything that has an impact on your health. We need to realize that significant hair loss doesn’t happen overnight. It is a gradual process, and if we pay attention to the signs, we may be able to diagnose the problem early enough to rectify it. This, of course, is the most important step in dealing with the problem and finding the best way to either stop it or minimize the damage.

While there are plenty of dubious tales on how to tell if you are a victim of hair loss, ‘The Hairstyle Test’ will be the most sought route to answer your unsought questions. The test is not invasive, and it can indicate the susceptibility for hair loss with a high degree of accuracy.

3 W’s of “The Hairstyle Test”

WHO should take the test?

If you are unable to experiment with the seasonal trending hairstyles, be it the platinum pomp or high fades, because the volume of your hair doesn’t allow you to do so, this test is for you.

WHEN should one take the test?

While experts suggest that a certain amount of hair loss (about 60 – 100 strands a day) is normal, one should be concerned if hair loss seems to be far greater than this number. And if the scenario persists for long, realize that you are inching towards premature hair loss. Here, pre-emptive strike with an effective solution is a must.

WHAT is ‘The Hairstyle Test’?

This test enables you to examine the severity of your hair loss by yourself. This can be done by revisiting an old hairstyle or by wearing a new one. If you fail to style anything because your hair lacks the volume (reduced density) it used to have, or if some patched of your scalp appear to have less hair as compared to the others, this is one of the four signs of premature hair loss and an alarm for you to act.

Volume is often time the most overlooked aspect of the hairstyle. Reduced hair density is one of the four major signs of premature hair loss. Most of us confuse hair width with hair density. While hair width measures the width of individual strands of hair, density refers to how closely those strands are packed together on your head. On an average, each individual has approximately 2,200 strands of hair per square inch on the scalp. Reduced hair density could either be genetic or induced by continuous hair fall and leads to amorphous bald patches on the scalp.  If not tackled with precautionary measures in time, it might hasten sparseness all over the head.

If you are still hazed by scepticism, talk to our Hair Experts and treat yourself with an effective and timely solution. But, if you have tried the test and looking for a cure, our next blog is all that you need to read!

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