MAKE THIN HAIR THICKER 3 EASY STEPS
Thin baby fine hair can become thicker and fuller. We are living in an age where today’s hairstyles compliment thin hair women. Fine hair has been brought into the limelight by celebrities and top fashion models.
You can make your hair thicker and fuller by following these 3 easy steps.
The first and most important step is a great haircut. A good cut can stand on its own. It makes styling easy. Expert haircutting allows the hair to grow out and hold its shape, making it easy to move from one style to the next. Hair cut by a master stylist with a veil of layers over thickened edges is one way to achieve thicker hair. Distributing the weight through out the hair by strategic layering is another. Layers should never be cut too short. In fact, extremely short hair will not produce any volume and it can cause the scalp to show through.
A bob is a good place to start. It can be cut in a variety of ways. The idea is to produce volume where it is needed to compliment the face.
The second step is product. Product has come a long way. Using hair care derived from natural, herbs, flowers and vitamins nourish the hair and scalp. Products made in small batches from hairdressers offer quality to the consumer. If you have thin hair using a specialty shampoo and thickening spray will make all the difference in how your hair rejuvenates itself. You want to use products that wash out of the hair leaving it full and shiny. If you have really thin hair you can thicken it by using a styling product to fatten the diameter.
The third step is styling. Learn to style your hair. The blow dryer is easy to use. Velcro rollers and clips make styling a snap. Purchase a book on styling and go through the steps. The more you do it the easier and faster it becomes. Styling your hair can make you look younger and thinner. It brings your style into the new age.
Have fun with your hair. Try new things. To learn more visit www.thin-hair-woman.com Judaysia is the author of Style Your Hair E-Book. www.judaysia.com/products.html