There's hope for thinning hair. Here are six solutions help with thinning tresses at any age.
While the stigma associated with female hair thinning and loss makes the subject feel taboo, it’s an extremely common complaint. “There’s a misconception that hair loss in women is rare,” explains Robert Bernstein, M.D., founder of the prestigious Bernstein Medical Center for Hair Restoration in New York City. The truth is, 30 percent of women will experience some form of thinning. But there is hope. These six solutions help with thinning tresses at any age.
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Stylist and reality TV star Tabatha Coffey’s new line of wigs and extensions were created to add volume to thinning hair. The short, mid and long clip-in extensions are made from Keralon strands and feel exactly like real hair — you can even heat style them. They clip onto the top of your hair for a more natural look. It’s also the first-ever line of extensions to come in gray — three shades of it, as a matter of fact.