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Female Pattern Baldness/Androgenic Alopecia is a condition that affects many women, It can occur through hormomal changes due to menopause, Age, or also if there is a family history of male or female balding.

 

Over time, the hair follicle will shrink and so the hair will grow thinner and shorter, this will give the appearance of very fine hair and even exposure of the scalp, eventually the hair will stop growing and the hair loss and overal thinning will become more noticable.

 

Female pattern balding is mostly more noticable on the crown/parting area and significantly many people with FPHL will manage to retain their fringe or front hair line, FPHL can be disguised by a clip or topper or a mini integration system as well as spray on hair fibers.

 

 

Androgenic Alopecia