Our edges have a huge impact on the shape of your face and the texture of your hair. The swoops and swirls you add with your baby hairs and edge control are always the finishing touches to any extremely adorable haircut. However, there is a price to pay; at first, it seems like fun and games until you see in the mirror that your edges aren’t as thick as they previously were. Excessive styling and handling may stress out your new, delicate hair, which could eventually result in them weakening and falling out. And if you continue to mistreat them, you run the risk of losing your hair permanently. But there is some good news: If you haven’t hit your breaking point, you can regrow your edges. I spoke with three experts beforehand to establish the steps you can take to get a thicker and fuller hairline. Yes, the separation of your edges may be caused by your DNA. If this is the reason for your thinning edges, it is unlikely that you can stop the disintegration from happening (sorry!). In some cases, you can prevent it or treat it. In any event, you should inquire about their experiences with your mother or grandmother so that you can be ready for the future.