Bald is beautiful, so the saying goes. How about thinning hair? As much as we may not want to admit it, looks matter. We judge and are judged by our appearance both professionally and socially. Yes, there are people in the world with the capability to look beyond outer beauty and into the beauty of our soul, but realistically that is not most of the people we come into contact with on a daily bases.
Whether you’re a femele or a male, hair loss and thinning hair can make you feel less attractive. Beauty it seems is more than just in the eye of the beholder; it’s rooted in our DNA. In Survival of the Prettiest: The Science of Beauty Scientific, Harvard Medical School faculty member, practicing psychologist and author Nancy Etcoff, demonstrates that beauty is neither a learned behavior nor an invention of the fashion industry. Instead she argues that our ability to discern what is beautiful is rooted in our biology. How we perceive ourselves and how we think others perceive us impacts our self-esteem. Our hair is one of the first things people notice about us. We style it to make ourselves look more attractive and just like a lion’s mane is designed to attract a mate, our hair is a part of our sex appeal.
Hair frames our face and helps highlight those features (our smile, eyes and skin) that people first notice and find attractive about us. Men and womenwho are losing hair may want to choose hairstyles that are designed to make hair look thicker and fuller. As an alternative to hair loss treatment, men and women will find that with just the right cutting techniques your hairstylist can make thinning, fine hair look voluminous in no time.
Lob: Modeled after the classic bob, this chic blunt cut is longer than the classic bob, sitting at the base of the neck in back and about an inch to two inches below the chin. It’s the perfect style for women with thinning hair on top or back of the head. Add side-swept bangs to cover a receding hairline. Inspirations: Jennifer Anniston, Reese Witherspoon, Jessica Alba. Choppy bob:Irregular lengthy layers give an illusion of fuller, thicker hair. It’s the perfect style for women with thinning hair on top or back of the head. Add longer bangs that hit around the bottom of the nose to hide a thinning hairline. Inspirations: Cameron Diaz, Arizona Muse, Ali Larter.
Tapered: This style keeps hair short all over, slightly longer and tapered on the sides and top. Great for men with receding hairline, this rough textured look gives the appearance of having extra volume. Inspirations: Kevin Costner, Daniel Craig. Buzz cut: There are several advantages of this style for men with thinning hair. First, shorter hair makes hair loss less obvious. Second, it’s a classic style. The cut has an edgy, urban appeal. Finally, it's low maintenance. Inspirations: Colin Farrell, Ethan Embry. To learn about hair loss treatment for women and men and regrowth options or to locate a Capillus specialist in your area click here or call Capillus for more information at (786) 888 6249 or Toll-Free at 1 (888) 272-9599.