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Topic: Weird/Odd question (dont judge me)
Posted By: ModelessDiva
Subject: Weird/Odd question (dont judge me)
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 12:47pm


I've always had a uneven shaped hairline since birth and i think my weaves would look better if my hairline was even

I can't do closures, I have in the past didn't come out right.

(it is not loss of hair/thinning, been this way since birth)

Is there a way to make my hairline look more even?

possibly grow hair there?

apply Rogaine or the like on the spots I want to even out?

any suggestions? products that are known to grow hair anywhere you apply it?



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Posted By: Pretty_Thick_Me
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 12:50pm
pictures may help, so that everyone could see what you are talking about. 


Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 12:53pm


I'm about to post pictures...(not of me tho )



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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: TexturizedDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 12:55pm
Rogaine causes forehead lines and premature aging.  Don't do it!


Posted By: missyo67
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 1:05pm
Consider using supplements such as DHEA (shout out to Loveslace) and other natural supplements.  B Vitamins are always a plus.  Low iron/anemia may also cause hairline density issues.
I also have a "cowlick" area in my temples that is very fine and never gets long.  I have to be strategic with my closure placement.  You could use Toppik or some other cosmetic to fill in the areas of concern

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Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 1:07pm



my hairline doesn't look EXACTLY like this but you get the picture


I want to go to this....




sorry can't resize on my mobile


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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 1:09pm
Originally posted by missyo67 missyo67 wrote:

Consider using supplements such as DHEA (shout out to Loveslace) and other natural supplements.  B Vitamins are always a plus.  Low iron/anemia may also cause hairline density issues.

I also have a "cowlick" area in my temples that is very fine and never gets long.  I have to be strategic with my closure placement.  You could use Toppik or some other cosmetic to fill in the areas of concern


really and I think I've always been anemic hmmmm

And I have tried filling those spots in and it looks bad



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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 1:10pm
Originally posted by TexturizedDiva TexturizedDiva wrote:

Rogaine causes forehead lines and premature aging.  Don't do it!




really?



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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: Aerie
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 1:17pm
Oh I know your pain, I'm the same way! 

I want to pull a Kim K. and just laser off whatever's the problem. I've had it threaded before (hurt like a biiiiii) but it looked so good. Unfortunately traumatized my skin, and I've been having breakouts ever since. It's been two years almost. 
Before I threaded I simply plucked the hairs out one night. I was bored, and felt like it. Took me two or so hours.
I'd much rather remove hair, than add in that area. 


Posted By: LaSirena
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 1:25pm
I have kinda a crooked hair line in the temples and I use Joan Rivers Great Hair Day.  It's a dark powder.  It brushes on like a blush. Sounds terrible..but it works remarkably well on me.  It's the only kind of hairline powder I have had any luck with.  I don't apply much and am only evening up areas..mostly in the temples and I have hair in the area..so maybe that's the reason it works so well on me.  It's very undetectable for me.  It gets very good reviews.  I first only intended to use it for photo shoot stuff..but it looked so natural I wear it for every day.

My hair is very black and this sort of casts a shadow around the hair. Kinda the same affect as eyebrow powder. You need to have some hair in the area to pull it off though I think.


Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 1:27pm
Originally posted by Aerie Aerie wrote:

Oh I know your pain, I'm the same way! 

I want to pull a Kim K. and just laser off whatever's the problem. I've had it threaded before (hurt like a biiiiii) but it looked so good. Unfortunately traumatized my skin, and I've been having breakouts ever since. It's been two years almost. 
Before I threaded I simply plucked the hairs out one night. I was bored, and felt like it. Took me two or so hours.
I'd much rather remove hair, than add in that area. 




my forehead is entirely too high to remove hair

lucky you lol



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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: Aerie
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 1:32pm
Originally posted by ModelessDiva ModelessDiva wrote:

Originally posted by Aerie Aerie wrote:

Oh I know your pain, I'm the same way! 

I want to pull a Kim K. and just laser off whatever's the problem. I've had it threaded before (hurt like a biiiiii) but it looked so good. Unfortunately traumatized my skin, and I've been having breakouts ever since. It's been two years almost. 
Before I threaded I simply plucked the hairs out one night. I was bored, and felt like it. Took me two or so hours.
I'd much rather remove hair, than add in that area. 




my forehead is entirely too high to remove hair

lucky you lol

Ohhh, I gotcha. Hopefully you find a better solution then! 


Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 2:50pm


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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: Super22Star
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 3:27pm
surgery is always an option if it really really bothers you...transexuals do this all the time because men naturally have bigger/wider foreheads or whatever and it's a dead giveaway that it's not a real woman..so they opt to shorten their forehead...I watched it on a nip/tuc show onceLOL

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Posted By: LovesLace
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 5:41pm
lace frontal


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Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 11:45pm


I've used frontals lovelace...never again.



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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 11:47pm

thanks but hell to the no! lol I REFUSE to get surgery!!!

it's serious, but not THAT serious


Originally posted by Super22Star Super22Star wrote:




surgery is always an option if it really really bothers you...transexuals do this all the time because men naturally have bigger/wider foreheads or whatever and it's a dead giveaway that it's not a real woman..so they opt to shorten their forehead...I watched it on a nip/tuc show onceLOL


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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: ModelessDiva
Date Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 11:52pm


I've actually used Brown and black eyeshadow...still do sometimes lol
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somedays it is ok, somedays it looks HORRIBLE!!

Thank you! I will look into it!!

Originally posted by LaSirena LaSirena wrote:


I have kinda a crooked hair line in the temples and I use Joan Rivers Great Hair Day.  It's a dark powder.  It brushes on like a blush. Sounds terrible..but it works remarkably well on me.  It's the only kind of hairline powder I have had any luck with.  I don't apply much and am only evening up areas..mostly in the temples and I have hair in the area..so maybe that's the reason it works so well on me.  It's very undetectable for me.  It gets very good reviews.  I first only intended to use it for photo shoot stuff..but it looked so natural I wear it for every day.

My hair is very black and this sort of casts a shadow around the hair. Kinda the same affect as eyebrow powder. You need to have some hair in the area to pull it off though I think.


   

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Having a bunch of sexual partners doesn't mean you're a free spirit and expressing yourself...it means your a hoe. -call


Posted By: Super22Star
Date Posted: Dec 06 2012 at 3:30am
have you ever tried those hair spray in a can things(gray away and my secret hair enhancer)...on the commercial the people are using it on bald spots and gray hair so it would probably work for this as well and I think it said it doesn't come off until you wash your hair.

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Posted By: Bristal Birita
Date Posted: Dec 06 2012 at 3:40am
i have the same problem :(



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