Adding Length to Make Up for Volume
It sounds like a good idea at first: Longer strands can cover up those balding areas and no one will ever know, right? But just like your dad's old comb-over, everyone does know, and it looks… a little sad. “It’s a natural reaction,” says Gabe Marchionda, founder of Rocky Mountain Barber Company. “But because hair tends to thin on top of the head first, rather than all over, growing it longer on the sides and back only makes the disparity more apparent.”
Try This: A cropped style or buzz cut will help thinning areas blend in better.
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