How To Regrow Your Edges When Your Hairline Is On STRUGGLE!

Maaaaaan, if you are losing your edges, the last thing you are worried about is how to slay your edges with little-know tricks... First, we gotta have something to slay, so let's focus on what really matters...

PROTECTING and CARING for your edges, you see...

Caring for your edges is one of the 10 commandments for natural hair sistas, that's what helps so many grow their edges back fast. Aint nobody trying to walk around looking like George Jefferson around the forehead!

Doctors Speak On Your Edges

“The hair around the hairline is finer and more fragile than the hair strands throughout the rest of the scalp,” explains trichologist (hair & scalp specialist) Kari Williams, who works with Brandy (Ray Jay's big sister), Meagan Good, Ava DuVernay (of "When they see us" and more), and Willow Smith. She knows her stuff... She goes on to say...

“Additionally, the hairs around the hairline are manipulated, brushed, and pulled more than the other hairs, which increases their fragility.”

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Assess Your Hair Loss Situation For Fine-Tuned Solutions & Growth

There are different stages of hair loss around your edges, know how serious the problem is will give you a BIG heads up on fxing the issue, so let's talk about the different stages...

Stage 1: You Have Complete Hair Loss At The Follicle

Call a dermatologist in your area and ask for a scalp consultation. If your hair has been pulled out from the root, your best bet is professional edge inspection. Give them a call! They don't bite, and will have solutions for your hair.

Stage 2: Thinning Hair At Scalp, But Still Visible

If you're still holding on to a little peach fuzz at your hairline, this means your follicles aren't completely damaged. With some tried-and-true DIY remedies, they can be completely brought back to their former glory. Let's get into how you can regrow your thinning edges at home.

The Magic of Jamaican Black Castor Oil

We all know about the benefits of Jamaican Black Castor Oil for growing out our hair...

But if you aren't up on the JBCO game, according to Dr.'s Cayce & McGarey, it has been scientifically proven to help relieve a ton of conditions such as keratosis, dermatosis, scarring, and, of course, hair loss.

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Due to it's Riconeleic acid, a special fatty acid found in the oil, and the presence of Vitamin E, absorption of this tag-team can increase your white blood cell count (aka lymphocytes) and speed up the toxin removal process to promote healing.

Add a little JBCO, and it's like the fertilizer you put in soil to make it rich enough to grow a beautiful garden…overflowing with fresh edges.

To make JBCO even more powerful, try mixing several lighter oils with JBCO to help in regrowing your thinning edges.

Finding a mix of oils that works best for your hair will take a bit of experimentation, but mixing one teaspoon of the tried-and-true oils such as jojoba oil, coconut oil, and extra virgin olive oil is a good place to start.

Do Protective Styles Protect Your Edges??? Many Don't...

Restrictive styling restricts your life goals. If you're stressing to get your hair in a bun then it's time to let the Goody band go. If you're a braid aficionado, make sure to take a two-week break between styles to give your natural hair a rest. At your next appointment, make sure to ask your braider to create larger parts so that the heavy plait isn't putting too much weight on your strands. Your edges will thank you kindly.

Massaging To Regrow Your Thinning Edges

Putting too much tension on your roots cuts off blood circulation to your scalp. Your goal is to increase blood flow so that you stimulate your follicles and gently coax them back into those early stages of growth. This is an easy fix--give yourself head massages (or make your boo do it) a few times per week to help your circulation. Nothing says "me time" more than a massage!

Healthy Hair Reflects a Healthy Body. Do This..

Listen, we all know Mexican food is everything and pizza is life. But, contrary to popular belief, broken ends, thin edges, and a bad diet don't mix. If your hair is generally struggling to grow or appear healthy, take a closer look at what you're eating. Obviously, we all don't have the means to go all-organic everything, but cutting out sugars, high-glycemic foods, and increasing your protein, iron, and zinc intake will not only do wonders for your overall health, but your hair as well.

Use Biotin & Vitamin D For Growing Edges

Speaking of iron and zinc, vitamins can be a holy grail for your hair growth journey. Men are investing in Rogaine--why not invest in Biotin and Vitamin D? Keep in mind, it's like the wild west out there and there are a lot of sketchy vitamin brands on the market. Make sure to thoroughly read reviews for quality vitamins before buying. With proper research, you can find a vitamin brand that works for you and your hair.

Regrowing thinning edges is a commitment, so only begin this process when you're ready. Unfortunately, it's not going to work if you're being religious about taking your daily vitamins and probiotics, but still eating a bunch of crappy, unhealthy foods.

Hey, I know it's difficult to break old bad habits, but nothing will change if you change nothing!

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