The Thickening of Hair
Q: I've got wavy and very frizzy hair. When I recently got a haircut, I asked the hairdresser to thin out my bangs. She did not think it was a good idea because she thought my bangs were thin in the front already.
She went ahead and thinned the bangs in the front anyway because I asked. I know it was my fault but now I've got very thin wispy bangs that seem to break very easily. Does hair thicken on its own?
What I suggest is that you start a routine of deep conditioning at least once a week. Apply your favorite conditioner to the hair and cover the hair with a plastic cap. Wrap the head in warmed towels for 20 minutes. Rinse the conditioner from the hair using cool water. This should be done in conjunction with daily conditioning even when you don't shampoo.
Keeping the hair clean, and conditioned, eating a good diet and gentle grooming will help to ensure that your hair grows at its optimal rate and strength. Your bangs should recover in a matter of time.
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