How you style your hair has a great deal to do with how voluminous it appears.
Adding a lift to your scalp can create the illusion of a fuller head of hair. Lightly blow-dry your hair until it’s slightly damp before applying volumizing products to your roots. Let that set for a couple of minutes and use heat protectant on your locks before curling them or using a roller or flat iron to get volume.
Sometimes something as simple as moving your parting can immediately make your hair look more voluminous. After years of being flattened in the same direction, a quick flip can help lift your roots and give the illusion of more body and volume.
Modern volumizing products are a fantastic way of boosting your volume and helping your hairstyle stay looking great for longer. Volumizing products come in a range of formulas, choose lighter options like mousses, sprays, and gels over heavier creams and waxes.
In general, the less heat you use to style your hair, the better. Heat can make your hair feel brittle and dry, which will lead to breakage. Air dry your hair as much as possible or use a low temperature. When possible avoid using hot tools or use the low-temperature setting.
When it comes to using a hairbrush, skip those round metal brushes because they can heat up and damage your hair when blow-drying. Hard plastic bristles can also snag and break fine, thin strands of hair. We recommend choosing a brush made of flexible nylon or natural boar bristles as they will glide through your hair with ease.
If nature gave you thin hair, it can be hard work trying to give it volume and keep it styled throughout the day.