If you are born with thin and limp hair then God save you. No, wait, we can save you too. We understand that the worst thing is that they always tend to flatten out sooner than you comb it. But there are styling tricks and products that can plump and thicken the hair you’re born with. Here is what you need to know to add more volume to your fine hair.
1. Big hair requires double the amount of volumisers. Start by prepping damp hair from roots to ends with a volumising spray and a light-weight mousse. The roots need lift and hold and the length needs bulk – which is hard to achieve with just one product.
2. Speaking of mousse, here’s how to use it right: Shake the can really well so it comes out light and foamy; if it’s creamy, it’ll drag your hair down. Pat a palmful over damp hair and distribute it evenly with a wide-tooth comb.
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3. To seriously defy gravity, flip your head upside down and tousle your hair while you blow-dry. Flip your head back up when your hair is dry and then use your blow-dryer and a big round brush to smoothen your hair while adding more body. Don’t use metal brushes they can burn fine hair.
4. If you have time before you leave the house, then just set your hair with large velcro rollers, it’ll help the volume last all day long.
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5. On day two all you need to do is spray some light-hold spray. Just flip your hair upside down and spray away. Wait for 30 seconds before you flip back, as it takes that long to dry.
6. Side part plays a major role in adding volume. Side-swept bangs look thick without taking too much hair away from the rest of your style.
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7. Get all sexy with a texturising spray. It makes your hair mussed, wavy, adds volume, and keeps ends from looking lank.
8. Don’t use more than two products on your hair. The serums with silicone coat each strand and add an extra weight, which is the last thing your hair needs.