Your Action Plan

Hereditary hair thinning is so common that more than 1 in 4 women experience it. Still, it can be surprising to realize it might be happening to you. Here’s our step-by-step guide for what to do when you first think your hair may be thinning.

First of all, figure out what you’re working with. There are 2 types of hair loss —hereditary and non-hereditary. To help you determine if what you’re experiencing is hereditary hair thinning, check out our informational guide and quiz. 

If you are still unsure if it is genetic hair loss, your next step is to set up an appointment with your dermatologist. We’ll guide you through everything you should address during your appointment to ensure all your concerns and experiences are voiced, and you get the best advice possible. 

While you wait for your dermatologist appointment or for any kind of treatment to take effect, there are tons of tips and tricks you can try at home and at the hair salon. By experimenting with cuts and color, you can instantly improve texture and dimension. We’ll give you some ideas to consider before you visit your stylist. 

You may also want to pick up a few products and follow along with our at home video tutorials. Our professional stylist, Jill Crosby, gives you step-by-step instructions on how to style your hair to help you get the appearance of more volume, no matter your hair type. 

Finally, the missing puzzle piece in your pursuit of thicker hair is learning everything you ever wanted to know about the hair cycle and how Women’s ROGAINE® Foam can help regrow your hair.

We'll guide you through the different phases of the hair follicle, the anatomy of an inactive follicle and a detailed explanation of whether or not Women’s ROGAINE® Foam is right for you.