How to Disguise a Receding Hair Line

WHEN you look in the mirror, what’s the first thing you see? If it’s your receding hairline, you won’t be the only one – lots of people have the same issue.

However, if it’s something that bothers you, there are some excellent ways to disguise the problem, and the one (or ones) you choose will depend on your preferences and, potentially, your budget.

So, with that in mind, let’s look at some of the ways you can disguise a receding hair line so you can feel more confident and like your look a lot more. Read on to find out what you can do.

Get Expert Help

If you want to take things a little further and do more than disguise your receding hairline and instead fix it altogether, a hair transplant could be an option. You’ll need to speak to an expert to get all the advice possible so you can make the right choice, and that includes how much you’ll spend, and what the final look will be.

Before your consultation, you can look at a hair transplant graft calculator to give you an idea of how many grafts you might need to achieve the results you’re looking for, and by the time you go to your consultation, you’ll already have a good base of knowledge to help make the process a smoother one. 

Consider Your Hairstyle

One thing that can really make a difference when you want to disguise a receding hairline is to choose the right hairstyle – it could be as simple as that. You’ll want to have a hairstyle that gives you plenty of volume on top of your head (the crown area) because that’s going to give the illusion of thicker hair, and it’s where the eye is going to be drawn, meaning that any kind of receding hairline can be safely ignored.

Some of the things that could work if you’re not sure what hairstyle to go for are a layered look, a textured crop, or a quiff of some sort (not too high, though, as that might do the opposite of what you want). Never slick your hair back, of course, as that’s just going to show off the receding hairline more than hide it.

Try Hats And Headwear

If you’re not keen to try different hairstyles, or perhaps you don’t have enough hair in the areas that would help you to make a difference even if you did change your look, another great idea is to wear hats or some kind of headwear to literally cover up the receding hairline you’re developing.

The great thing about hats is that there’s going to be a style that works for you, and it’s fun to try different things and see what suits you best. Even better is the fact that you can wear harts all year round and no one’s going to wonder why – beanies and woollen hats during winter are perfectly normal, and a cap or similar kind of hard is perfect for summer. People won’t question why you’re wearing a hat, so you can easily disguise your receding hairline that way.

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