So it isnt true that hair is more susceptible to fall out when its longer? I ask you this because i am from a pretty bald family, and i grew my hair out pretty long when i was 17, and three years later my hair has never been the same density wise as it was before i had long hair. I was only wondering if growing ones hair out longer could kick start the genetic balding trait, if youve ever heard of that happening.
That is a myth. The length of your hair has nothing to do with genetic balding, unless of course you are pulling on your long hair or getting it caught in things and having it ripped out… but that is another story.
Remember that as you age, if you do have male pattern baldness (genetic hair loss), your hair will thin until your final pattern is achieved. Get yourself checked out for miniaturization if you think that you may have genetic hair loss.