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Thread: HAIRLINE REGROWTH

  1. #21
    It like a white flakes, just ask for menthol from women that sells shea butter that what they call it . Am sorry I don't know any other name for it

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  3. #22
    thanks @yetus i will let u know when i get it.
    Beauties are fair and slim.

  4. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by yetus View Post
    Google LOC and u can read up on it benefit.
    I have some tea tree oil, should I just mix it 1:1 with the peppermint oil and how often do I apply this? My dermatologist treated my scalp with steroid injections for 2 years my hairline is still the same so now I invest in wigs, I also tried minoxidil 2% got hair all over my face but not on my head. This is a very come problem in women.

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  6. #24
    You can mix it to an equal ratio.
    • Mix cayenne pepper, black castor oil, peppermint and tea tree oil.
    • Mix your hair oil with all I mentioned in 1 + Microzole Nitrate ( fungal/ Virginal cream ) many have proven result on this . Ask google.
    • Reduce and resist all tension from the hairline
    • Drink lots of water and healthy diet. Invest in good hair supplement. I use Biotin , Vitc C, folic acid and Bcomplex. Msm is also popular.

    Here are some do's and don't for protecting your hairline from damage. DON'T brush your hairline too roughly.*Brush bristles typically get caught in curlier hair types and can cause the hair to snap. Since the hairline has shorter and more fragile hairs, constant brushing of the hairline can cause the front hairs to slowly disappear. If you want to smooth down your hairline, try using your hand to flatten and use a pomade or gel to smooth down the edges, or use the soft side of a boar bristle brush.- DON'T tie your hair into tight ponytails.*This causes major stress on your hairline. Try to make your ponytails loose. If you feel a lot of tension squeezing your eyes shut or widening your eyes, your ponytail is too tight.*- DON'T braid the front of your hair too tightly.*Tight braids can pull out the weak front hairs. If you feel a lot of tension squeezing your eyes shut or widening your eyes after braiding, they are too tight. Try to use larger sections when braiding the front to distribute some of the tension throughout more hair strands. Also, avoid braiding the very front of the hair. Try leaving out the very front and simply applying a pomade and a scarf for ten minutes to smooth it down. DON'T overuse wigs and weaves.*They tend to pull on the hairline and, overtime, can cause breakage in the front of your hair.*- AVOID using harsh chemicals.* The front hairs are very fragile and even more susceptible to breakage when they are chemically treated. Keep your hair far away from strong, harmful chemicals like perms and relaxers.* DO braid or twist the front of your hair.*Though tight braiding can cause damage to your hairline, loose braiding or twisting along the hairline can give the hairline a rest from ponytails and other styles that pull the hair back. When styling the front of the hair, try to push the baby hairs out of the style. Baby hairs are the short hairs in front, and they are fine and very fragile. It is best to leave them out of front hair styles so that they don't break.- Use styles that do not at all use manipulation on the front of your hair. *Edits made by Mod*

  7. #25
    Thanks for the info, will try it.

  8. #26
    @yetus this is very helpful. @inata thanks but I can't stand garlic and onion.
    Beauties are fair and slim.

  9. #27
    Super Million Hair Apparently this is the miracle for bald or damaged hair. I've not used it, but you can google for reviews. The result pictures are so tempting, one might want to try it out without even reading the reviews
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  10. #28
    @pinkberry , heard about the product too . My personal issue with it apart from it high cost in Nigeria , it doesn't grow the hairline all it does is a fake cover up until u wash it out and bam u still have your hairline the same way. It not a grow aid , just a cover up. Am sorry am not trying to ruin their product just my personal opinion and when I called the person selling it she said the same thing about it nt being a growth aid.

  11. #29
    Wow! Are you serious? It's just a coloured spray? I thought it enhanced hair growth. It's a shame if it's just hair paint lol I'll go read about it careful and get back to you guys.
    If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it Change your attitude! - Maya Angelou Skin B̷l̷e̷a̷c̷h̷i̷n̷g̷ Lightening ain't Easy Hidden Content

  12. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkberry View Post
    Wow! Are you serious? It's just a coloured spray? I thought it enhanced hair growth. It's a shame if it's just hair paint lol I'll go read about it careful and get back to you guys.
    Quote Originally Posted by TRIUMPH View Post
    @yetus this is very helpful. @inata thanks but I can't stand garlic and onion.
    wow pink,i think thats cool for me coz i have a few bald spots here n there bt my baby hairs are still there so this cud come in handy,i dont knw if its available in my country though.off to do reasearch and read reviews on it.
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