From the looks of your picture your hair doesn't look thin at all. It looks normal to me. I think that you have beautiful hair!
I have had the "hair cleavage" issue all of my life also. I think that as someone else said that it is easier to cover it up as your hair gets longer. I wear it in a half up a lot of the time so that it covers it up, then put what is hanging down in a bun or braid it. That is what works for me right now.
I have very fine, thin hair. My hair looks fuller in my pictures(such as my avatar).
I do have a natural wave which helps some. I've been trying to go longer without wetting my hair down, which I do every day.
This Sunday I sprayed my dry hair with a(home-made) hair mist and put it into a french twist for church. I didn't check all the sides/angles Like I always do(in such a hurry,just threw it up.), and when I got home after two hours I realized I had hair cleavage on my left side from the way the twist was pulled!!!!
So anyone sitting on the left side of me could see this wonderful show of scalp!! right side looked good, though.
I told my husband why didn't you tell me? I don't know-he says.
With my fine hair I'm always checking for cleavage, and usually have to wet it down every day.
I think your hair looks very nice, BTW
Last edited by Babyfine; March 1st, 2011 at 08:30 AM.
Trying to grow my babyfine hair long/working on going natural
I've got this weird thing where my part at my crown really shows in a lot of my photos from the back. Once a boy told me I had a bald spot because of it.
Also, recently, when I tried out Feye's self-trim method, I noticed that the right side of my head has a thinner ponytail than my left. I think it's fairly natural for there to be variation in thickness around peoples' heads. So don't worry about it.
I have issues with my hair and over the years I have realized that what stylists think works does NOT! I have a major cowlick in the front of my hair. many times a stylist has cut shorter telling me it would helpcontrol it-nope doesnt work, it needs the weight of hair to pull it into line! Same thing with a cowlick at the back of my head! I find hairdressers will tell you what htye believe and face it quite often its an industry that wants to make people beleive that hair products are essential for healthy hair. Long or short hair will not prevent or stop thinning I have a balding hubby who can say it doesnt matter what you do, if it wants to leave it will!
I do still do the obsessive checking from all angles. And Yozhik, I have the smaller ponytail on one side than the other thing as well!
shoulder ~ apl ~ bsl ~ waist ~ ???
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My hair has thinned out over the years, I have been told the same, keep your hair layered and shorter so the weight of your hair won't flatten on top.....I haven't noticed any more thinning then when my hair was shorter, it is near tailbone now and hardly weighs a thing, I don't feel any pressure on my roots when its down lol and I'm pretty sure that my head can support even more length with out falling out cause of weight hehehe!
If your hair is normally thin in front, meaning it's always been that way, then don't pay no mind to what this person said, really he should have known better to just jump to conclusions when it was your first time with him and he didn't know your hair
It's so hard to get my hair to lay straight
can somebody please explain me what is "hair cleavage"?
Is it the parting?