How to grow your hairline or edges back and causes of thining hairline.

How to grow your hairline or edges back and causes of thining hairline.

Read on to grow your hairline or edges back.

Are you suffering from thinning hairline? Does your hair edges appears annoying? Do you have an hard time growing back your hairline? 

Thinning hairline otherwise known as traction alopecia is a a type of hair loss that occurs at the edges of the hair. Thinning hairline occurs in both men and women and can greatly affect your look.

Causes of Thinning Hairline

  • Too tight hairstyles: Installing tight hairstyles such as Ghana braids, or weave, braids ,twists, pigtails and pony tails can cost you your edges and doing these styles repeatedly too.
  • Tiny hairstyles: Tiny braids, small cornrows or weaves can also pull on your edges.

  • Chemicals: Applying chemicals on your hair can weaken it leading to breakage of the baby hair. Also, applying relaxers on your edges for a prolonged time can burn it leading to hairline loss.
  • Using brushes and gel on your edges: Applying drying alcohol gels on your edges and brushing down to achieve a slick look are also the usual culprits.
  • Heat: Using heat all the time on your hair can also break your hairline.

  •  Headgears: Knotting your scarf and head gear too tight for a prolonged time and using headgears made of  cotton or wool can also thin out your hairline. You can opt for a silk or satin headgears instead.
  • Hairbands: Using rubber bands, hairbands adorned with beads or steel can break your edges.

  • Certain health condition: Some postpartum women also experience hair loss and also those with thyroid problems.
  • Night caps with cotton edges: Wearing night caps with cotton edges can also lead to a receding hairline overtime.
  • Wigs, sew in weaves and glues: Wearing wigs and sew in weaves especially those with bangs too often can break your edge and also using glues to secure your wig and sew ins.

  • Over touching: Touching your edges too much can also break it.
  • Scalp infection: Infection such as dandruff can be responsible for hair loss.
  • Bad diet: Not eating healthy can also play a major role in hair loss.
Thick hair edges

Growing your edges back

  • Eat healthy: When you take in an healthy meal and avoid junk food, this will help all your systems to function better and keep your hair loss at bay.
  • Avoid tight and tiny hairstyles: Give your hairline a break from tight and tiny hairstyles that snap hair off and watch your edges grow back. Also don’t keep an hairstyle for too long.
  • Stay away from chemicals and heat: You should try to stay away from chemicals and heat until you get your edges back and when you finally do, use heat and chemicals sparingly.
  • Massaging: This increase blood flow around the edges promoting hair growth.
  • Vitamin E: It helps repair damaged follicles and also increase blood circulation to the scalp thereby promoting hair growth.

  • Castor oil: Castor oil is effective in promoting hair growth and fighting infection. Just pour a little amount on your palms and apply evenly on your edges everyday and watch your hairline grow back in about 2 months
  • Coconut oil: This also also promotes hair growth and penetrate deeply into the hair follicles. Apply on your edges daily for awesome result.
  • Aloe vera gel: This gives a soothing relief to the scalp, combat scalp infection and improve hair growth
  • Oil mix: Making a mix of coconut oil, castor oil, olive oil, vitamin E, essential oil such as rosemary and peppermint oil and applying on your scalp everyday will boost hair growth.

  • Onion Juice: Onion can improve hair growth and also restore thin edges. Blend an onion, massage the juice on your hairline and wash off after 30 minutes. Doing this biweekly for about 3 months will grow your edges.
  • Ginger juice: Ginger also aids hair growth. Apply ginger juice on your edges, leave for about 30 minutes and rinse off.

Got any more tips on growing edges back? Have any natural tips you would like to know about? Drop your questions and comments in the comment box. Thanks for reading.


This Post Has 24 Comments

  1. Rebecca

    this is cool!!!!

  2. V.O.L

    Very useful tips. Thank you

  3. dbeautifuldreams

    Applying Jamaican black castor oil is also helpful!!…. great article.

  4. Curly Tisha

    Planning on getting a protective style done on my twa this weekend and I wanted to do box braids but the pic of Alicia is gorgeous and its so much more subtle on my edges definitely doing that one instead

    1. The pics is really gorgeous and it will definitely look good on you. Just make sure you tell your hairstylist not too braid your edges too tight.

  5. Stacy

    Wow. Impressive post

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  8. Lorna

    Informative, will definitely try the ingredients

  9. Manuel

    Very useful tips, keep it up.

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  11. Twealth

    Well done ,you’ve got lovely content too

    I have this spots on my scalp that get painful when my scalp gets wet, it’s been there from childhood,what do you think I can do to treat it?

    1. Adeyoola Adegoke

      Thanks so much, Twealth. You should try the remedies I mentioned in this post. I’m sure it will be of help

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