This could be from traction alopecia, pulling your hair back too tight in a ponytail or with braids and causing it to break at the root. Or even wearing hats or headbands that rub against these areas. But if that’s not the case, then massage your scalp to get more blood supply to the front of your head. Lay crosswise on your bed, with your feet elevated by a pillow, your neck supported by the mattress, but your head hanging off the edge. Start over your ears using all 10 fingers — no nails — to massage both sides of your scalp in a clockwise motion. After 30 seconds, move up 1/2 inch and repeat until you reach your hairline.