5 Ways to Hide Female Hair Loss

Hair loss can be a challenge to face. Especially if you've just started to lose your hair, finding a solution which feels right to you can be difficult. As much as people will say 'it's just hair', it can feel like so much more than that. It can feel like you're losing your identity. 

Whether caused by genetics, hormonal changes, or other factors, female hair loss can be distressing and impact your confidence and self-esteem. If you're struggling with hair loss, we're always here to talk ❤️

We've compiled our go-to list for ways to manage hair loss and find your ultimate solution. In this blog post, we will explore five effective ways to conceal hair loss. Whether you are dealing with thinning hair, receding hairline, or bald patches, these tips can help you feel more confident and comfortable in your own skin. So, let's dive in and discover the best ways to conceal hair loss and reclaim your confidence.

  1. Change Your Part Line & Play Around with Different Styles 👱🏼‍♀️
    First on the list is a super simple way to conceal hair loss if you're experiencing thinning in a certain area of your scalp. For example, if you're middle part line is widening, consider switching to a left or right part. Spend some time in front of the mirror working out ways to style your hair which feel right to you and make you feel confident. 

  2. Cut Some Bangs! 💇🏾‍♀️
    Never underestimate the power of a good hair cut. Cutting bangs into your hair can really change its appearance overall and disguise those thinning strands. Wispy bangs, curtain bangs and blut bangs are a great choice. 

  3. Use Hair Fibers 👯‍♀️
    We couldn't write this blog without mentioning our main girl Clingy Fibers. Hair Fibers are a super easy way to conceal thinning hair in seconds. Clingy Fibers are made from 100% Organic Morrocan Cotton and are completely vegan. They don't run down your face when you work up a sweat and they're seriously magic at making your hair look thicker. 


  4. Dye Your Hair 👩🏻‍🦱
    Did you know that dying your hair can make your strands look thicker? If you're brunette, consider going blonde. If you're blonde, try out a darker look. When you dye your hair each strand becomes slightly thicker due to the dye. 

  5. Try Hair Toppers or Wigs 👩🏻‍🦰
    Hair toppers and wigs are seriously life changing. Wigs have gotten a bad rap over the years, but they are not the 'wiggy-looking', fly-away-in-the-wind mops that movies may have depicted them to be. And we know our stuff when it comes to wigs and toppers. Lusta Hair uses the finest quality hair and all their wigs are designed by women with hair loss, specifically for women with hair loss.