On one hand, fire hair is very easy to manage because of it its very little blow-drying. On the other hand, it’s a little bit difficult to add gorgeous looking volume that looks natural. You can make your fine hair curly but it will barely hold for a long time.
Sounds frustrating? Well, you are not alone. A lot of women with fine hair got the same problem. Almost all of them want to add a little bit of volume and texture that will be long-lasting.
So, if you have been desperately looking for styling your fine hair – you are in the right place. In this article, I will talk about how to add volumes to your hair, how to hold the curls long enough, and much more!
7 Styling Tips for Your Fine Hair
Like you, I have fine hair too and I have spent so many days researching how I can make my thin hair looks a little bit better. I did a lot of trial and error basis experiments too! I read lots of tips shared by lots of beauticians (a few of them were celebrity beauticians). I found some of these tips effective!
Here is the list of 7 fine hair styling tips that are proven to be effective and I believe you will find them useful too. Read these tips first and thank me later.
1. Using Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner
Yea, there are a lot of them in the market and I must say almost all of them work. However, since you have fine hair, try to buy lightweight volumizing shampoo and conditioner only with moisturizing ingredients. These types of shampoo and conditioner help your scalp to produce more oil to solve the drying problem.
2. Right Usage of Conditioner
Using a conditioner daily whenever you wet your hair is a good idea. But don’t let the conditioner touch the scalp! That will make you look greasy. Apply conditioner only from the mid-length of your hair to the ends. To simplify the frizz-free air-drying of your hair after the shower, you can scrunch your hair with conditioner whenever you are in the shower.
3. Get Rid of Buildup
Whatever hair products you use; they will leave a product buildup in your hair. You should get rid of that buildup using a clarifying shampoo. Using that shampoo once a week is recommended. Normally, these shampoos are keratin enriched. So, you will have smooth hair!
4. Apply the Blow Dryer
Fine hair tends to air dry easily and they look smooth. But skipping the blow-dry is a bad idea when you want to add volume to your hair. Whatever volumizers you got or intend to buy, blow drying is a must to activate it with heat. Apply any root lifter of your choice while blow-drying.
5. Apply Good Dry Shampoo & Highlights
Since you have fine hair, dry shampoo will be your new best friend. Dry shampoo helps to hold the volume for a long time. The result will be much better than using any hairspray.
Likewise, adding highlights help to add extra texture and volume to your fine hair. But be aware of overdoing it because it may weaken your hair. Sadly, added volume using dry shampoo won’t last long. So, keep dry shampoo in your vanity bag for on the go touch-ups.
6. Use Clip-in Extensions
Don’t make mistake knowing that clip-in extensions just add length, they add some volume too. They make your hair looks fuller and thicker as well. But that all depends on how intelligently you use them to have a seamless look.
7. Beware of Hot Tools
Creating waves on the fine hair is tricky but you gotta be extra careful while applying any hot tools. Make sure your hair is 100% dry before you apply the hot tools to have any waves you like. Maybe the beachy waves?
Women with ultra-fine hair face a lot of disappointing experience because of the limp waves. Adding a little more texture and volume may sound daunting. Follow these above-mentioned styling tips to make your dream come true. Now, show me some love sharing this article with your friends and families.
Last Updated on January 2, 2021 by Bella Harper
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I’m Bella Harper, a homemaker, blogger and mother of two sweet little girls. I am interested in fashion and jewelry. I have used and explored almost all types of fashion band products. To solve other fashion and personal care related issues I share my experience, research method and most importantly how to style your hair.