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Tips for Maintaining Healthy Edges



The hairline is a delicate area that requires special attention in our hair care routines. Unfortunately, many naturals experience hairline damage, characterized by thinning edges, breakage, or receding hairlines. In this blog post, we will explore essential tips for preventing and restoring hairline damage, allowing you to maintain healthy edges and promote overall hair health.



Understanding Hairline Damage:

Hairline damage can occur due to various factors, including tight hairstyles, excessive tension, improper handling, heat styling, chemical treatments, and genetic predisposition. These factors can weaken the hair follicles, leading to hair loss or thinning around the hairline. Prevention and early intervention are crucial to preserving the hairline and promoting healthy regrowth.



Tips for Preventing Hairline Damage:

  1. Avoid Tight Hairstyles: Hairstyles that place excessive tension on the hairline, such as tight ponytails, braids, or buns, can lead to hairline damage. Opt for looser styles or styles that distribute tension evenly throughout the hair to minimize stress on the edges.

  2. Gentle Handling: Handle your hair with care, particularly around the hairline. Avoid vigorous brushing, pulling, or tugging, as these actions can weaken the hair and contribute to breakage. Instead, use a wide-toothed comb or your fingers to detangle gently.

  3. Protective Styling: Protective styles, such as braids, twists, or updos, can help protect the hairline by reducing manipulation and tension. Ensure that the style is not too tight or pulling on the edges. Additionally, moisturize and nourish your hair before installing any protective style.

  4. Limit Heat Styling: Excessive heat styling can cause damage to the hairline. Minimize the use of heat tools, such as flat irons and curling irons, and always use a heat protectant spray before applying heat. Consider embracing heat-free hairstyles or using alternative methods, like flexi rods or perm rods, for achieving curls or waves.

  5. Scalp Care: A healthy scalp is vital for maintaining healthy edges. Keep your scalp clean and well-moisturized, and avoid using products that clog the hair follicles. Consider incorporating scalp massages with natural oils, like castor oil or peppermint oil, to stimulate blood circulation and promote hair growth.




Tips for Restoring Hairline Damage:

  1. Gentle Cleansing: Use our Tailored Beauty Coconut Creme shampoo which is sulfate to  avoid further drying or stripping the hairline. Focus on massaging the shampoo gently into the scalp and edges to stimulate blood flow and promote hair growth. Furthermore, it aids to remove build up lodged in the scalp and causing product build up.

  2. Scalp Treatments: Incorporate using the Tailored Beauty Grow Thick Oil in your routine to encourage hairline restoration. Look for products containing ingredients like essential, jojoba and coconut oils that are known for their hair growth properties. Apply these treatments directly to the hairline, massaging them in with your fingertips to promote hair growth.

  3. Balanced Diet and Supplements:

    Ensure you're getting a balanced diet rich in vitamins, minerals, and proteins to support healthy hair growth. Consider incorporating supplements that are rich in growth promoting ingredients. Examples of these ingredients are biotin, fenugreek, biotin or vitamin E to promote hair health and regrowth. Consult with your medical professional  before you starting any new supplements.




Preventing and restoring hairline damage requires a combination of mindful practices and nourishing treatments. By implementing the tips mentioned above, such as avoiding tight hairstyles, gentle handling, protective styling, limiting heat, and practicing proper scalp care, you can prevent hairline damage and promote healthy edges. Additionally, incorporating gentle cleansing, scalp treatments, regular trims, and a balanced diet can aid in restoring damaged edges. Remember, consistency and patience are key when it comes to achieving and maintaining healthy hairline growth.

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