miley asked in Beauty & StyleHair · 1 decade ago

Why is my hair falling out a lot?

Ok....I think I know why. Ever since I dyed my hair with a dye I had never used before it started to fall out it clumps. I told my mom about it and she said it was normal for hair to fall out when you dye it. But now I'm so stressed since a few months have passed and keeps somewhat falling out. The worst thing is that even days that I don't notice hair strands falling out.....I notice a small path in front of my head slowly getting bigger. This is so stressing.....if it was the dye wouldn't it had stopped by now? It worries me too b/c my dad has lost some of his hair but as he was getting older. I know hair loss can be heridetary but I'm a very young girl! Help!

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  • Cocoa
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    I don't think you have a thiroid problem, it sounds like you had a reaction to the dye or you having been taking care of your hair properly. If you are using chemicals in your hair it will dry out causing breakage. You need to find a good moisterizing shampoo, like Motions Lavish Conditioning Shampoo, and thier conditioner is really good too. To stop the breakeage use Motions CPR, to help repair the damage. You will need to cut off the damaged hair also. Next time do a strand test before you dye your hair or consider getting it professionally done. Good Luck.

    Source(s): Beauty school graduate.
  • 1 decade ago

    Hair loss can be caused by stress, vitamin defficencies, hair dye and chemicals, scalp problems, or hereditary hair loss. Just because hair loss is hereditary, doesn't mean the age is absolutely hereditary as well. Some people go grey in middle school or high school even though it is more common late in life. My aunt was completely bald when she was eight. My uncle had very curly hair and tried everything from straitening irons to shampoos to chemical treatment to dyes to mask or fix it, he was bald by 23. Anything can happen, if you are really worried about it, see a doctor, but I would suggest just chilling out, and avoiding damaging your hair. Hair is hair, and tampering with it only damages it. Best of luck and hair growth.

  • 1 decade ago

    your hair seems to be falling from the hair dye!!! But since you cant change that.... why not prserve the rest of your locks to perfection????? Dyes hair usually lack shine and moisture and breaks easily. Try a shampoo and conditioner for dry or weak hair. If that seems too less or you have already tried it..... consider warm oil treatment and deep conditioning once a week . Try L'oreal's hair spa treatment at any L'oreal parlour. That will reduce hair fall and make it resistence to everyday wear and tear!!!

  • 3 years ago

    It takes position to all and sundry, its like once you sweep your hair a number of your hair comes out, its basically previous hair and everywhere as a lot as one hundred strands can come out. though in case you seem to have great chunks at a time possibly seem into different hair shampoo and conditioner. also in case you blow dry, straighten or tie your hair tightly this can make hair fall out more desirable typically, so try reduce down in case you do those.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    did you leave the dye in to long? did you use the conditoner ? your hair should not have fall out in that big of clumps! but dyeing your hair ruins it ..i would go to a salon and get a treatment done sound like your hair is very brital and stressing makes you lose hair also it can be may reasons

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    dying ur hair is already enuf to make hair fall and with u stressing so much, its a contributing factor. ur diet too played a huge part on hair falling. why not spend some time to destress, get ur diet ryte and try not to tie ur hair too often & if u do need to tie, tie it loosely so that the roots wont be stretched too much causing it to loosen n fall off. all the best!

  • 1 decade ago

    try and be calm..as well, stress can lead to additional hair loss. Have your doctor recommend you to someone who specializes in this field. The dye shouldnt still be affecting your hair loss that many months later. good luck kid!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    have a head massage:

    Head Massage For Fast Hair Growth

    http://hair-care-info.blogspot.com/2006/09/head-ma...

  • 1 decade ago

    You should see a doctor, you may need to have your blood checked for Thyroid disorder. Loss of hair is one of the symptoms of a low Thyroid.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Natural homemade beauty tips for Dandruf, Spiltends, Hairloss,

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