It’s safe to say that most woman don’t covet flat, limp locks. Volume, on the other hand, is highly sought after, and remains hard to achieve. Luckily, with the right tips, tricks and product, you can easily take thinning hair to new heights. Here’s how:
The longer thin or fine hair gets, the flatter it will lay. Try a new cut (think: long bob) to give hair more body. Without the extra weight, you’ll be able to get extra volume – plus, shorter hair is always super chic!
Volume starts at the root, or rather, the scalp! Make sure you have a good, gently exfoliating shampoo that keeps the scalp clear and hair free from buildup. Our Thickening Shampoo, infused with Loquat Leaf, Willow Bark and Biotin, is perfect for helping you achieve extra volume.
Because fine hair is especially susceptible to knots and tangles, you should use a volumizing, light conditioner in the shower and avoid the heavier options. Also, make sure to avoid conditioning your roots as this may weight them down - just focus on the bottom two thirds of your hair. We love our Thickening Conditioner for extra hydrating properties that don’t weigh hair down.
Blow drying hair with an extra focus on the roots can easily give you lasting volume. To start, blast hair at the roots while roughing it up. Then, flip hair upside down and focus on the roots until dry.
Using a product specifically formulated to fight fine and thinning hair can make a major difference in your volume. Our Volume Enhancing Foam is perfect for those looking to achieve sky-high volume. In a consumer study, 97% of consumers said fine hair looked and felt fuller and more voluminous*.
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*Survey results from a 4-week consumer study of 33 participants including women and men using Volume Enhancing Foam.
March 8 is International Women’s Day, a day that we’re proud to celebrate every year.
The reason? Empowering women is at the heart of everything we do, inspired by our Co-Founder Gayle Brinkenhoff’s vision to help women feel beautiful during the most difficult time of their lives—undergoing cancer treatment.