Dr. Kinler Mentioned in PureWow | Fine Hair vs. Thin Hair: We Asked the Experts to Explain the Difference
It’s about time we addressed the big hair debate: fine hair vs. thin hair. Yes folks, these are two different hair types. So how can we really tell them apart? The key differences lie in the thickness and density of your mane, which our panel of experts will explain.
Meet The Experts:
- Dr. Rebecca Marcus is a board-certified dermatologist and founder of Maei MD.
- Dr. Rae Lynne Kinler is a hair transplant surgeon at Ziering Medical.
- Seamus McKernan is a color specialist and top artist at Nioxin.
What is fine hair?
Fine hair focuses on the width (or thickness) of an individual strand. For people with fine hair, each strand is small in diameter and retains more moisture, as compared to coarser locks. The texture is often soft and silky, but lacks volume and elasticity. No matter the hair pattern (i.e. straight, wavy, curly and coily), you can have finer strands.
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