You’re losing your hair and you’re not going to be happy with the hair regrowth. Even if you can get your hair to grow, you know that it’s going to take too long, and you want help with your hair now. You have decided to look into hair loss solutions and decided to get a topper. This has led to many questions – What kind do you get? How do you take care of it? How do you wash it? What about taking care of it and styling it? Is it easy to style? What type of hair do I get for my topper and what is the difference? This list goes on and on. Let’s start with briefly explaining the first steps of getting a topper.
I have decent hair for the first time in my life. Yep, I am one of those people with thin, baby fine hair. In fact, when I was a baby my Dad and Grandma shaved my head two times to make my hair growing thicker. If it grew and thicker, then I shudder to think how much finer and thinner my hair would’ve been.
A question I hear often is “Why do we need to trim hair in order for it to grow?” If you could see a hair under a microscope it would somewhat remind you of a piece of rope. A rope consists of many small fibers wound together into a bunch, then several bunches are wound together to make a rope. Hair somewhat looks the same.