- Hair loss begins in a diffused pattern on top of head; minimal loss..
Mid/Progressive - Hair loss becomes more noticeable may start to see more scalp.
Advanced - Hair loss is very noticeable, scalp is clearly visible.
During the beginning, mid and advanced stages of hair loss you may not not require a full hair system/wig, an addition or “Topper” can successfully cover the noticeably thinning area(s). All Toppers are designed to blend seamlessly with your biological hair. Toppers come in all shapes sizes and lengths, some offer more coverage on top , and others aim to cover the sides or crown area. While others add volume for fine hair.
Most people normally shed about 100 strands a day . But with about 100,000 hairs in the scalp , this amount of hair loss shouldn't cause noticeable thinning. Gradual thinning is a normal part of aging . However , hair loss may lead to baldness when the rate of shedding exceeds the rate of regrowth, when new hair is thinner than the hair shed or when hair comes out in patches.