Do hair products make your hair fall out?

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  1. Ricky247

    Ricky247 Member

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    Hi everyone! I had a quick question: I'm trying to find a hair style for myself, and from what I tried Mousse and American Crew Fiber (together) work best. But there's a problem, I'm not sure if American crew does, but I'm pretty sure mousse makes your hair fall out because it contains alcohol. I really like using mousse, but I don't want to loose my hair.

    So 1. Is there any type of mousse that I can use that WON'T make my hair fall out.
    2. What can I do to help keep my hair, and make it healthy.

    Thanks a lot everyone and God Bless!
     


  2. texas_jack

    texas_jack Senior member

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    More likely is that your hair if falling out due to baldness. Try using nothing for a week and see if your hair continues to fall out.
     


  3. Don Carlos

    Don Carlos In Time Out

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    More likely is that your hair if falling out due to baldness.

    +1

    If your hair is seriously thinning or falling out, I wouldn't place the blame on your styling product. Get some Rogaine and/or Propecia if you're concerned (but watch out for the side effects with the latter).
     


  4. Ricky247

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    No, guys, I don't mean my hair is falling out now - it's not, it's healthy. I mean what's a safe product that I can so use that in the long run it won't effect my hair.
     


  5. West24

    West24 Senior member

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  6. DerekS

    DerekS Guyliner

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    no, excessive masturbation makes your hair fall out.
     


  7. Monaco

    Monaco Senior member

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    There should be some natural hair waxes if you google it.

    My hair stylish told me to stay away from hairspray, that stuff damages your hair the most.
     


  8. OakCreekHitter

    OakCreekHitter Senior member

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    The more you touch and run your fingers through your hair, the more chance you make hair fall out.
     


  9. texas_jack

    texas_jack Senior member

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    The more you touch and run your fingers through your hair, the more chance you make hair fall out.

    myth
     


  10. West24

    West24 Senior member

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    I think it depends on how thin or sensitive your hair is. My brother have our father's hair (thin) and if he scratches or rub a specific area often enough over time it may create a bald spot. (the hair eventually grow back) while this normally is not a problem for the average person's hair. Good thing our father do not have the bald gene, or he would quickly bald prematurely
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    theres no way this is true. unless ofcourse hes completely scratching his head to the point of breaking the skin.
     


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    Kslim Senior member

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    Your hair's gonna fall out regardless..
     


  12. Ricky247

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    Well does anybody know any type of mousse that is more healthy for the hair? And i've heard American Crew Fiber may be good for the hair - is that true?
     


  13. gettoasty

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    personally i like Enjoy's creamy pomade. provides enough hold for medium to long hair (volume) and is palpable through the day.
     


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