Using natural products around or near your hairline
If your products aren’t natural, shy away from using facial cleansers, moisturizers and makeup around your hairline, as they may cause more damage to fragile strands surrounding the frame of your face. In fact, some dermatologists advise users not apply acne treatments near or around your hairline — so read the back of the bottle carefully.
Taking hair supplements
At the very least, taking a daily multi-vitamin (and/or fish oil) will aid in hair growth. While there’s no magic little pill that will give you instant new edges, many – including celebs like Regina King, Porsha Williams, Toya Wright, Keshia Knight Pulliam and Rasheeda – have all claimed that hair supplements like Hairfinity encourage hair growth.
Curious whether biotin, castor oil, vitamin E or hair supplements will work for you? Consult your primary care physician or your stylist before giving it a go and dropping a pretty penny on solutions.
In the meantime, STOP wearing tight, protective styles like braids and weaves, using hair glues, wig caps, tight satin caps with non-satin borders, and the use of hard brushes. In other words, just say “NO, NO, NO” to accentuating and stressing those baby hairs, ladies!