Simple Tricks to Add Volume and Thickness to Thin Hair

Are you constantly fighting flat hair? You are not alone. A lot of women with fine, thin hair can relate to the frustration of finding a flattering hairstyle. Don’t despair. It’s possible to put more oomph in your hairstyle.

Use these tips to add volume and thickness to thin hair.

Use volumizing shampoo

Some shampoos can weigh your hair down while others can add volume to your hair. That’s what volumizing shampoos are for.

Wash your hair with a volumizing shampoo. It will give your hair extra volume, so it looks fuller and thicker.

Get a volumizing cut

Long hair is often considered as feminine and sexy. However, if your hair is too long, it can weigh your hair down, making it look flat. Worse, it can make you look older. In this case, we highly recommend that you book an appointment with your stylist.

If you have fine, thin hair, a haircut with lots of layers will be a great option. This will help make your hair look fuller. Talk to your stylist. He/she will give you some hairstyle suggestions that would suit your hair and face shape.

Dry shampoo is your friend

Regular shampooing can dry out your hair. Dry shampoo is a great product to use, especially on days when you skip the shampoo. Not only will it soak up excess oil and dirt, it is also innately volume-building.

Coat your hair scalp with a layer of dry shampoo after blow-drying. It will not only prevent oil from sabotaging your volume, it will also make your hair smell fresher.

Switch your part

Most people part their hair in the same place. Chances are, it is where your hair likes to fall naturally.

It If you’ve always worn your hair parted on the left, try switching it to the right or center. This simple trick will help lift your hair from your scalp; hence, creating the illusion of thicker hair. Switching up the part of your hair is also the easiest way to freshen up your hairstyle.

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