The majority of our customers with low volume or with diffuse alopecia (androgenetic) in the front area, usually choose clip hair systems. These systems are called microline or topclosure. They aren’t noticed and they are fixed using clips which are sewed inside, so that they can’t move. Although this solution is really comfortable, it is also true that after months or years, if we put the clips always in the same place and use the same traction, our biological hairs are affected and they can weaken.
Furthermore, some customers notice tension, annoyance or irritation in the area.
Are there ways to avoid this?
- If you have very few and thin hairs, try to use big clips instead of the standard ones. The big ones will give you more comfort, the same grip and less traction compared to the medium or small ones. The only downside is that, since they are big, they can be felt more by touch (if you use fingers).
- Before positioning the clips, especially on the front area, rotate your own hairs. In this way let’s make a little quilt protecting root and hairs, where the clip will be blocked without generating direct traction on that part which is thinner and more delicate.
- Always using all the clips or combs which your system have is not necessary, change them! Normally our natural partial systems with scalp or microlines have 7 of them standard, but you can decide the quantity at purchase time. Close only 4 of them, or five at most, and rotate, in this way you won’t always stress the same points.
- If you like to sew, try to unsew and sew the clips again in different positions every three or four weeks. It is as easy as sewing a button, but we understand that not everyone is willing to do it, so if you don’t like this idea, point three is ideal in your case!
- Make sure the clips you buy have a strong adhesion to the system. This protects your biological hairs from cut, acts also as a protection to make the systems more comfortable to wear on your head.