The Causes of Eyebrow Hair Loss
It is very common seeing someone losing his hair on the top of his head, however, it seems a bit strange if you see someone losing his eyebrow. It is very rare too. So what could cause men’s eyebrow hair loss? Read on to find out.
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder that causes unpredictable hair loss. Alopecia areata always are in the form of small patches of hair loss and in the size of a quarter. Sometimes, it can lead to the complete loss of hair on the scalp (alopecia totalis) or, in extreme cases, the entire body (alopecia Universalis).
Alopecia areata can also cause your eyebrow to fall. Eyebrows are very important facial features. People usually cannot accept themselves being without eyebrows.
The thyroid gland produces hormones that take effects in almost all the metabolic process of your body. Thyroid disease can directly cause too much or too little thyroid hormones and this will affect your metabolic tremendously and possibly lead to eyebrow hair loss.
Another typical cause for men’s eyebrow hair loss is chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is a drug treatment for killing fast-growing cancer cells in your body. The side effect would be your body hair keep falling out in big amount and this also includes your eyebrow hair.
When your body cannot get from food the necessary and enough amount of nutrients for a long time, it will incur nutrient deficiencies. Nutrient deficiencies can lead to a lot of health problems. These can include digestion problems, skin disorders, stunted or defective bone growth, and even dementia.
If the nutrient required for hair growth is in deficiency, then you will see hair loss in your body and could include your eyebrow.
How to Amend Eyebrow Hair Loss Non-surgically?
Well, here at LaVivid, we make men fake eyebrows for people who have the eyebrow hair loss problem.
LaVivid stick on eyebrows for men are designed for people who have eyebrow hair loss caused by alopecia areata, chemotherapy, or other reasons. The men’s eyebrow wigs are totally hand-made, and they are made of 100% human hair. The hair is injected into a 0.08mm poly base, and it resembles people's real eyebrows growing. So, it looks just like your own eyebrow does. The eyebrows need to be adhered or glued on to your eyebrow line.
They have two colors available colors, which are 1B Off Black and #2 Darkest Brown, which gives you more choice to choose from.
The lifespan of a pair of eyebrows is two to four months. After they are glued on, people usually keep them on for one week, and then take it off and reattach it.