Unlike thick hair, fine hair has the particularity of having a hair fiber with a small diameter. As a result, this type of hair is often faced with the problem of lack of volume. Fortunately, there are a few tips for adding volume to fine hair. Explanations.
Fine hair: don't overuse shampoos and hair care products
By guaranteeing optimal hydration to your fine hair, it will have more hold and more beautiful natural volume. So, when washing and treating, rely on products with gentle formulas, which will moisturize your hair without damaging it. But be careful, do not overuse these hair products (shampoos, conditioners, masks, etc.), whether in terms of dosage or frequency, because they can weaken fine hair and accentuate the phenomenon of oily and flat hair. Likewise, limit ultra-nourishing formulas. While they are effective on dry hair, on fine hair they tend to weigh down the hair and therefore flatten it.
Fine hair: rinse your hair with cold water
Attention those who are less cautious! After shampooing, wash your hair with cold water. This tip allows you to tighten the scales to keep hydration at the heart of the hair fiber for better hold (therefore greater volume). This also provides more shine, while reducing static electricity.
Fine hair: adopt good reflexes when drying
Air dry your hair for natural volume
It is important to dry fine hair well before brushing it. So, once washed, start by pre-drying your lengths in a terry towel, paying particular attention to the roots, then bend upside down to pat dry your lengths.
Then, favor natural drying in the open air. Indeed, the hair dryer is not the best friend of fine hair, its high heat can weaken the fiber and flatten the natural volume of the hair.
Limit hair dryer use
The recommendation if you use a hair dryer: set the device to low heat and dry your hair with your head down. Using your fingers, do not hesitate to work the roots to remove them from your scalp. But try to limit its use as much as possible.
Fine hair: use a boar hair brush for more volume
To detangle, style and take care of your hair, the hairbrush is the essential accessory. But if brushing is a reflex, its benefits sometimes remain underestimated. And in particular those linked to the boar bristle brush for fine hair. These natural bristles allow unrivaled brushing care that does not damage the hair. They allow perfect distribution of sebum from roots to ends to nourish the fiber naturally, but also to add volume to the hair. A simple, quick and effective solution to restore volume, without additional products.