Hairstyle Ideas For A Receding Hairline

There are many reasons you could be experiencing a receding hairline. A receding hairline is characterized by the hair on the sides and top of the forehead thinning and/or falling out. Taking certain medications can lead to hair loss. Hereditary and age can also contribute to hair loss. Fortunately, there are several female receding hairline hairstyles that you can choose from if you’re experiencing this issue.

How to Hide a Female Receding Hairline

 A layered hairstyle is a great way to hide a receding hairline. If you want to keep your hair short or medium-length, a layered bob is a stylish choice. The layers frame your face so that a receding hairline isn’t noticeable. If you add highlights or lowlights to your hair, you can disguise a receding hairline even more. If your bangs have definition from color and a haircut, a receding hairline much harder to see.

The vintage 90s bob is also a stylish idea for a receding hairline. The haircut creates more volume around the crown to draws attention away from your hairline. The hair is also parted on the side to frame the face.

 Choppy ends can also help to hide a receding hairline for medium-length hair. This style makes it easier to sweep the hair toward the front of the face. The choppy layers make the hair appear less heavy. You can comb your hair around your face without your strands appearing weighed down.

Bangs for Receding Hairline

 Bangs can cover a receding hairline very well, depending on how you wear them. Wispy bangs that have been swooped to the side can conceal the hairline while framing the forehead and face. Highlights that coordinate well with your skin tone hides the hairline effectively as well. For instance, choose shades of red for warm skin tones and frosty blond for cool tones. These colors are flattering regardless of the length of your hair.

Whether you wear your hair long, in a bob, or medium style; blunt, full bangs may work well. The bangs will cover the entire hairline and forehead.

Natural Hairstyles

It’s best to work with your natural texture when you have a receding hairline. If you add perms or texturizers to change the look of your hair, this could cause breakage and damage. If your hair is naturally wavy or curly, your stylist can create bangs long enough to cover your forehead.

Parting your hair on the side or in the middle can also conceal missing strands along the hairline. When you have a part, your hair falls on the side of your face and makes the hairline harder to see. Avoid wearing styles that pull your hair away from the forehead, since this makes the hairline much more visible.

At Blu Salon, our talented hairstylists can assess your hair and style needs to give you the style you want. You’ll receive a detailed consultation and style recommendations based on your hair type. We’ll discuss your style goals and give you suggestions for caring for your hair in between salon visits. Contact The Blu Salon to make your appointment today.