If you see the first signs of a receding hairline, start taking actions to tackle it. In case you're confused about what you should be doing, check this out.
However, with problems like a receding hairline, there are definite ways around it.
Case in point, getting a haircut that conceals your hair-shedding from the world. Who would've thought?
While you're working on ways to stop the shed, you don't have to let the world know with these saucy hairstyles.1. The Short Cut
For the people with a less prominent receding line, this hairstyle gives length in the sides and more on the top. The added length makes it a versatile hairstyle as you mold them whichever side you fancy. You could even wear a disheveled look.
© YouTube2. The French Crop
If your major problem is that funny M that forms at the top of your head, it's best you try the french crop. It's great at concealing the uneven lines. A fringe is created at the top of your head which is cut in a line then layered to give texture at the front. The back sides are faded down low before blending the top weight.
Another alternative to hide male pattern baldness is getting a bold buzz cut. A buzz cut looks hot and stands out in the crowd without giving your receding line any attention.
© YouTube4. The Close Shave
You could also shave it all off if you're tired of keeping up. At the end of the day, it's just hair. No one cares, we promise. Not the ones that matter anyway.
Other hacks to get hairstyles that add volume to your hair include:5. Blow dry
Blowing your hair out instantly makes them look thicker and stronger and more in volume. This hack works great for thinning hair.
There are shampoos and conditioners, and other hair products that offer to add volume to your hair. These can help your hair look puffier which is always a plus right?
© Amazon7. Sea Salt Spray
A sea salt spray adds texture and beachy volume to your hair. It's perfect for when you have a party or a date to go to for a quick touch up of volume.