In order to maintain your hair’s current thickness and volume, individual hair strands must be replaced at the same rate at which they are lost. Up to 100 a day is considered normal, but losing more may indicate your hair to start looking thin. If you can see more scalp than hair, it is noticeably thinning.
DOES YOUR HAIR FEEL:
Hair chemically treated with services such as coloring, straightening or perming need more attention; these treatments may affect the hair structure, causing dryness and weakness.
IS YOUR HAIR:
(I.E. COLORED, STRAIGHTENED)
The texture of your hair is determined by the size of your hair follicles. The larger they are, the thicker your hair will be. Fine hair is usually straight, flyaway and has less volume. Medium texture is the most common and is usually fairly manageable, whereas coarse hair feels rough to touch and is more difficult to style and color.
HOW DOES YOUR HAIR TEXTURE FEEL?
Medium to coarse
Dryness and oiliness are both indicators of an unhealthy scalp environment, which can inhibit healthy hair growth. Loosing around 100 individual hair strands a day is normal, but to maintain hair’s volume lost hair must be replaced at the same rate. Usually male pattern baldness is indicated by a receding hairline or thinning crown whereas a noticeably broader part, thinning on the sides of the head or a smaller ponytail are signs of diffused thinning in women.
WHAT IS YOUR MAJOR CONCERN, IF ANY?
RECEDING HAIR LINE
NONE OF THE ABOVE