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My hair is growing out really well right now BUT it is really thick and full and I am wanting it to be more thinner (more naturally like a Womans) and a lot more smoother, any suggestions?

-Emily

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Guest brandib

have you tried a really good conditioner,say from a hair dye.I've noticed they are way better than regular ones.

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Guest darlingdoll

or you could go to a hair salon and ask them to thin it out? plus why would you want thinner hair? full thick hair is what a lot of women aspire to look at all the hair shampoo commercials, don't change what's going so well :)

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Guest Emily_MI

Maybe thinning it out is not what I meant, I guess just make it more softer and finer. Generally a mans hair is thicker and a womans is more fine. I do use conditioner but it does not really seem to do all that much honestly.

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Guest Donna Jean

My hair is growing out really well right now BUT it is really thick and full and I am wanting it to be more thinner (more naturally like a Womans) and a lot more smoother, any suggestions?

-Emily

Lucky you!

Dee Jay

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VickySGV

TIME on HRT will do the trick for you. Your hair has a "life cycle" that starts as a new very fine hair that will grow out in the open, then to full length, and finally fall out and leave the pore empty for a while and then begin all over again. . When you start HRT, any hair that begins this cycle AFTER a short period on the stuff will take on the hormonal properties of the ones it gets. In two years plus on HRT, my head has all pretty much replaced the stuff it had with the post HRT hair, and in my case, its a full head, but my girl hair is super fine, and only collar bone length at its longest!! Sigh.

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Guest Svenna

In two years plus on HRT, my head has all pretty much replaced the stuff it had with the post HRT hair, and in my case, its a full head, but my girl hair is super fine, and only collar bone length at its longest!! Sigh.

Oh no!

I've that my hair would get fluffier, but I sure don't need it any thinner!

Has anyone else had their hair get 'finer' post-HRT??

Is this perhaps a rare occurrence?

One week to HRT for me, so I needs to know!

Love and volume, Svenna

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VickySGV

I'll have to see what happens to me with a perm, but my hair is less oily than it had been, and feels silky instead of prickly on my skin. Ends don't split as quickly either.

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Guest AllieJ

I found that my hair is definitely finer after being on hrt. My doc asked me to stop for a bit and the hair became thicker, but going back on hrt now and looking forward to growing it out and getting my nice finer hair back. Next question-does anyone have any recommendations for laser centers in Mooresville, NC area? Thanks

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