4 Ways to Add Volume to Fine, Thin Hair

4 Ways to Add Volume to Fine, Thin HairGetting gorgeous, full-looking style can be quite difficult to achieve when you have fine, thin hair. You blow dry your hair, tousle it around and primp it up. Despite your efforts, your hair ends up falling flat even before you leave the house.

It’s frustrating, I know. Believe it or not, I understand your pain. I have also struggled with limp, flat hair in the past. In the hopes of helping every thin-haired women out there, I’m here to share with you some tips to give your hair more bounce in an instant.

Here are 4 ways to add volume to fine, thin hair.

Color your hair

This may not be the first thing that comes to wind when looking for ways to add volume to your hair, but hair color is actually a godsend to women with flat, limp hair. Coloring your hair roughs up your hair cuticle and creates added body; thereby, making your hair appear thicker. It’s not about the color; it’s about the texture it gives you.

Sleep in a bun

Awakening to luscious locks may seem like a dream. Believe it or not, you can get gorgeous hair in your sleep.

If you wash your hair at night, twist you hair into a bun before going to bed. It may not be the most comfortable way to sleep, but it will give you bouncier locks in the morning. When you wake up, remove the bun and run your fingers through your hair.

Use dry shampoo

Dry shampoo is innately volume-building. If you want to create volume to your hair, coat your scalp with dry shampoo after blow drying. This will prevent oil from sabotaging your volume. That means you don’t have to wait 2 to 3 years to use dry shampoo.

Applying dry shampoo to dirty hair won’t help you achieve voluminous locks because the oil from your scalp has already travelled down your strands. This weighs your hair down, resulting to limp, flat hair.

Blow dry upside down

A good hair dryer is one of your best allies in the quest for big hair. For instant, easy volume, try flipping your hair over and blow dry your hair upside down. This will build a lot of volume throughout the roots and the top part of your strands.

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