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Make the Most of Your Fine Hair

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Do you have really fine hair? Are you constantly looking for ways to pump up the volume? After all, limp, lifeless strands never look glamorous. Everyone wants the thick, lustrous hair from the shampoo commercials, right? Good news! We have some tips for pumping up fine hair. Armed with this information, you can have a fuller, more beautiful style that will finally make you happy with your fine hair.

When you have fine hair, you are constantly on the lookout for ways to pump it up. We have tons of clinets with fine hair and they all want the same thing, MORE volume. There may not be the perfect one-size-fits-all prescription to get the exact amount of volume YOU are dreaming of, we do have a few pretty great tricks that we reccomend. You can’t change the thickness or texture of your hair, but you can do the best you can with what you have. Here are our top 7 ways to make the most of your fine hair.

2013-Beautiful-Inverted-Bob-Hairstyles-for-Fine-Hair1. HAVE SOME LAYERS CUT INTO YOUR HAIR

Sometimes the best advice does not involve loads of hair products. You can get your thin hair cut into layers and wear it down on your shoulders without gel that way. The layers create the illusion of thickness and make fine hair easier to style. This simple move will give you lots of volume instantly. And it’s so easy!

2. ADD A CLARIFYING SHAMPOO TO YOUR ROUTINE

Fine hair requires more washing than thick because it collects product and then is even more lifeless. If you wash with a clarifying shampoo once a week or so, you cut through all the residual shampoo, conditioner, mousse, hairspray and everything else you put in your hair. You don’t need it every day, but it will really make a difference if you use it occasionally.

nioxin-system-2-advanced-starter-kit-2123. NIOXIN IS YOUR NEW BEST FRIEND

Nioxin is an ingredient that can plump and build volume throughout your hair. It’s not in all products so you’ll have to read the ingredients to find one that fits the bill. Using these shampoos and conditioners won’t give you instant results, but with time you’ll start to notice more volume in your hair.

4.  TRY VOLUMIZING POWDER

Volumizing powder (aka. dry shampoo) is sprinkled into the roots of your hair and massaged in. It works to lift your hair at your scalp, which automatically boosts your volume. This eliminates the need for hairspray, which can actually weigh your hair down, especially if you use a lot of it.

step-6-IMG-2347-original-w7245. PART YOUR HAIR ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE

This little trick is super easy and won’t cost you any money in terms of buying new products. If you usually part your hair on the right, start parting it on the left. Go back and forth as your hair gets to used to lying in one direction. This instantly adds volume to the top of your head.

6. USE A ROUND BRUSH WHEN BLOW DRYING

If you normally blow dry your hair as you style it, it’s really easy to add some volume with a round brush. Wrap the hair at your scalp around the brush and pull up as you blast your hair with the hot hair. You’ll be surprised to see how much volume you get when you are done! Just be careful not to pull too hard or you could damage your hair.

Baking+Soda+Hair+Care7. TRY BAKING SODA

People who have used baking soda and vinegar as a shampoo say that their hair is super clean and has tons of bounce. Mix one part baking soda, one part vinegar to three parts water and wash with the mixture. It will strip all the junk weighing your hair down and leave behind soem really quality volume that you will notice right away.

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