Edges

In this video she focuses on achieving a cute hairstyle with thinning edges. Although her regimen of Hot Six Oil, a hair pick, knee high stockings, and bobby pins has helped her to mask her thinning edges, more attention needs to be placed on her thinning edges. Do keep your edges moisturized, and cover your hair with a silk scarf at night. Try not to put anything too tight around your edges. They need the freedom to regrow!

See Brittany’s six month challenge to grow thicker and fuller edges. She is going to keep her edges hydrated twice a day and covered up. She is also going to avoid gel on her edges and avoid using a brush. Hopefully, she figures out that using a wide-toothed comb will solve some of her problems. In this video she is also starting to use Organic Yucca and Aloe Thickening Growth Milk, Naturalistas PhD Spray, and grape seed oil. Let’s see how it turns out for her.

This is a great video for those that wear dreads, braids, or are thinking about a similar hairstyle. The hair around the edges and close to the forehead tend to be a little weaker. Try not to add too much weight with extensions to hair on the edges or wear your braids or locks too tight. Lastly, an essential part of reducing hair loss and loss of edges, is adding more of your own hair to the braid or extension. Bigger plats are key! This video does a good job of highlighting that.

In this video, she hides a bald spot she was born with. Don’t depend on Jerome Russell’s Temporary Color Hair Spray. Using this product too many times can be an irritant to your scalp and affect scalp health. Resort to a hair vitamin with biotin and oil treatments for bald spots or thinning edges. Also, do NOT use brushes. Use a wide-toothed comb, and no tight hair styles!

I guess using mascara to cover up bald spots or help regrow your edges is the new trend. Alana aka Fabiola uses mascara as well as ORS’s Smooth and Hold pudding to regrow and maintain her edges. We wouldn’t suggested relying on mascara because it shouldn’t be a product left in your hair daily, but it could help once in awhile, especially for appearance purposes. ORS’s Smooth and Hold should be a good product to hydrolyze and keep your edges nice and moisture rich.

Amie does a lot of great things for her edges without knowing it. She uses Coconut Oil and an Olive Miracle product on a daily basis. Coconut Oil is great because its a water and oil-based moisturizer. Please DO use a silk scarf at night to tie up your hair and protect your edges. Do NOT take Amie’s advice on using a small-toothed comb or brush. That will harm your edges.

A’kiyia shows you an interesting way to fill in your edges with mascara until they grow back. While innovative, we do not advice this. She gives one good tip about flat twists: use Vitamin E Oil for your flat twists. However, do not make the twists too small or too tight. Also, do not use a cotton bandanna to tie your hair up. You should always use a silk scarf in order to prevent your hair from losing moisture.

This video gives top tips on how to prevent hair loss on your edges from putting in weave or hair extensions. Top tips include: changing your braid pattern, using essential oils like Jojoba Oil and Jamaican Black Castor Oil, and NEVER using hair glue.

Join Mystique for the Grow Your Edges Back Challenge! In this video she showcases how a mixture of Jamaican Black Castor Oil and Emu Oil help with hair growth and growing your edges back.

In this video Shelina D.I.V.A. gives important and helpful tips about diet, nutrition, and hydration and the important role they play in hair growth. She also highlights Jamaican Black Castor Oil and Protective Hairstyles.