|soJust like the hair on your head, eyebrows can thin out or stop growing. There are a number of medical reasons that your head hair and eyebrows may begin to thin. Stopping or reversing this phenomenon is dependent on the medical condition that you suffer from, but there is great news! My Absolute Beauty specializes in distributing the absolute best eyebrow shaping, tinting and microblading products. In addition, our world-renowned beauty expert trainers spend their days training and certifying beauty professionals across the nation on how to use our incredible products to help spread positivity and beauty.
So join us in today’s post as we discuss 11 common reasons for eyebrow thinning or hair loss and how My Absolute Beauty can help.
Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes the immune system to mistake the body’s own hair follicles as invaders. So this causes thinning and loss of hair and prevents new hair growth. Alopecia causes loss of hair on all parts of the body and can even cause scarring in some places.
Also called atopic dermatitis, it is a condition that affects the skin primarily, but can interfere with hair growth. Eczema causes itching, redness, and irritation due to an oversensitive immune system. The condition can also cause the skin to ooze and crust that can cake the eyebrow, causing them to break when the plaque is washed off.
3. Thyroid Disease
Thyroid disorders cause a host of problems. Hyperthyroidism and hyperthyroidism disrupt hormones and mess with metabolism. Thyroid disease is a common cause of disruption in hair growth and hair loss.
4. Stress and Anxiety
Both stress and anxiety are internal responses and mental states that can manifest as physical symptoms. Stress and anxiety can affect eyebrow hair in several different ways. First, it can actually influence oxygen and hormone levels that impact hair growth. And, they can cause a person to nervously pick at their eyebrows, causing the hair to thin and break.
5. Pregnancy and Childbirth
Pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding all cause hormones to fluctuate wildly. This has an impact on hair growth and hair loss. While some women may experience shiny hair growth during pregnancy due to overactive growth hormone and oily sebaceous glands, some women experience dry, cracked, or dull hair when hormones, vitamins, and nutrients are all rerouted to the growing child rather than their own hair.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder that causes skin cells to multiply rapidly. This build-up of skin cells causes scaly plaques that can block pores and suffocate hair follicles, preventing hair growth. For hair that has grown before, the rapidly multiply skin cells can cause hair to break or become ingrown.
7. Vitamin Deficiency
Vitamins and nutrients all play a vital role in the homeostasis of the human body. Each nutrient can affect individual body systems and can work in combination with other vitamins and nutrients. Some nutrients promote hair growth, and in their absence can prevent growth and cause hair loss. Therefore, a deficiency of other vitamins and nutrients can cause thinning or breakage of hair that does grow. Nutrients that can affect hair loss and cause thinning include:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B-7 — Biotin
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- Omega-3 Fatty Acids
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin B-12
Deficiencies can occur for a variety of reasons.
8. Seborrheic Dermatitis
It can be caused by either a fungus or an overproduction of skin oil. Seborrheic dermatitis causes dandruff, which can affect any body of hair, including eyebrows. The condition can affect hair growth and the uncomfortable itching can lead to hair damaging scratching.
9. Contact Dermatitis
Contact dermatitis does not directly affect hair follicles or influence hair growth or thinning. However, contact dermatitis causes irritated skin when it comes in contact with a toxin or an allergen. If the area on or around the eyebrow is affected, the inflammation may disrupt hair growth and scratching or medication to clear the condition can cause hair damage. Typically these symptoms resolve once they are no longer in contact with the irritant, but can leave behind broken, damaged hair.
In the late 40s, estrogen levels in women and testosterone levels in men begin to decline rapidly so it can lead to several classic signs of aging, including thinning of hair. For older people who are able to maintain stable levels of hormones and avoid thinning or hair loss, eyebrows are not exempt from graying!
Chemotherapy is an effective, aggressive cancer treatment that works by attacking all rapidly dividing cells in the body. Unfortunately, these cells include healthy hair follicles. So this is why hair tends to fall out in clumps, and does not spare any bodily hair. Many people who undergo chemotherapy end up losing all of their hair on their head and face including eyebrows and eyelashes.
How My Absolute Beauty Can Help
My Absolute Beauty is an online beauty supply store that distributes the best beauty supplies to licensed cosmetologists and estheticians around the world. Moreover, we train beauty professionals on the latest trends and techniques to supply their clients with flawless lashes and brows. Regardless of your client’s medical condition that causes eyebrow thinning or hair loss, we carry a product that can help create the illusion of thicker, fuller brows of rich and complimentary hair colors.
Bold Brows Eyebrow Enhancer
Bold Brows eyelash enhancer is an all-natural hair stimulation formula. Therefore, it penetrates deep into the pores to reach the hair roots to stimulate hair growth and prevent loss of existing hair. Bold Brows works to help regrow eyebrow hair, but may not work with all medical conditions. It is safe to use in conjunction with other eyebrow enhancing methods for fuller, thicker brows.
Everlasting Brow microblading semi-permanent makeup is an easy to use and easy to apply semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo formula. When expertly applied to the brows by a licensed cosmetologist or esthetician via microblading, Everlasting Brow offers fuller eyebrows that mimic actual eyebrow hair. This can be a permanent solution for eyebrow hair loss. On the other hand, it can be a quick fix for the acute phase of medically-induced hair loss. Everlasting Brow is the ideal product for any client who is suffering from eyebrow thinning or hair loss and needs a semi-permanent or permanent solution for their hair loss.
Brow Henna eyebrow color is an all-natural eyebrow pigment that is available in seven different colors that can be perfectly blended to compliment your client’s natural or tinted hair color and skin tone. It offers a softer, more natural semi-permanent makeup option that lasts nearly eight weeks. Moreover, cosmetologists and estheticians can microblade the perfect shade of Brow Henna to create the illusion of natural brow hair. It is the perfect brow product for the client who has suffered hair loss.
Belmacil Eyebrow Tint
Belmacil eyebrow tint is applied to hair that exists to help restore a natural, rich color that makes the eyebrows appear fuller. You can use it to shade lighter hair for a more vibrant look. With 11 stunning shades, the perfect color can be blended to match the client’s hair and skin tone. In addition, Belmacil can be used in conjunction with other eyebrow procedures as an add-on service to microblading and eyebrow enhancement. Belmacil is perfect for clients who have eyebrow hair remaining but is thinning or losing color.
At My Absolute Beauty, we are dedicated helping make all beauty clients look and feel their best. Therefore, we do this by offering only the highest quality lash and brow products and training and certification with industry experts and leaders. So, we are proud to offer beauty professionals the skills and tools to create thicker, fuller eyebrows for the client who needs them most. To offer the most comprehensive list of services that can make a positive difference in your clients’ lives, visit us online to browse the products in our online beauty supply shop or to register for a procedure training.
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