Very Thin Hairs on My Comb

Recently I’ve noticed short hairs that are also extremely and unusually thin appearing on my comb after I comb my hair. I only see them on occasion (small minority of my hairs), but nontheless they are there. Does this indicate that the miniturization process has started to some extent, or do normal hairs sometimes go through thin/short phases only to return to normal eventually?

I would want to know if you are male or female and if you are having signs of balding present. What is your age?

People with miniaturized hair will find the hair to be more fragile and easier to be pulled out with combing and brushing. Large-toothed brushes are probably worth using as they do not place the full power of the ‘pull’ on each hair. If you are concerned about miniaturization, get your scalp mapped out for it and you will know for sure.

Tags: hairloss, hair loss
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