I am very lucky to have thick,soft hair.After a brain tumor removal,it grew back translucent(not grey!!!)but remained thick and healthy!! Even on the medication I have to take for my rare illness,I do lose lots,but there is so much that it still appears the same thickness!!
My hairdresser says my hair is quite thick and he often has to use the thinning scissors or do a razor cut. I keep it short and it is quite easy to manage and it feels quite soft. (Think Jamie Lee Curtis)
My hair is not thick, not thin, just pretty average. It used to be extremely thick and knotty. Now it is just average thickness and knotty, but not as knotty as it used to be. I have curly hair, so that could be the cause of the knottiness.
Donjo, when I was very young (about 12) my mother used to say to me that I sweat more from my head than anywhere else. I still did once I was almost at menopause. Now, no more sweat. But ultra thin hair. The hairdresser told me only 2 days ago that I have plenty of hair - well I think she needs glasses. I can see my scalp no matter which way I comb my hair.
Hi Fran,......it's been a lifelong thing, my head sweating. It literally just pours down back of my head, so collars are wet! If I wear a hat with leather internal headband, that rots! When I wore leather watch band to ARes, that rotted in six months!
I no longer have underarm probs. like I had at School, especially doing Exams!
But if I played Sport in Lunchour, the back of my Uniform would be wet!
Even though I wear as much D'Rant, & Powder as poss. I can still feel yuck!
I have very fine hair but a lot of it. I often have it thinned out as it becomes too heavy on the crown. Also a nightmare when having it permed as it takes hours for it to "take" but my hairdresser looks after it so it's always in excellent condition