For those of us with thin and limp strands, achieving those bouncy, voluminous waves seems like a true challenge. This is because thin hair is lightweight, which makes it difficult to hold the hair place.
But before you accept your thin, limp hair and relegate to leading a life without bouncy, shiny hair, hear us out. We’ve rounded up super useful tips that will transform your boring, lifeless locks into bouncy, voluminous tresses. Excited? Scroll down to read these tips.
- Opt for a short hair length
- Allow your hair to air dry
- Concentrate on your roots when blow drying
- Keep a little dry shampoo handy
Opt for a short hair length
If you have thin and limp strands, the longer your strands are, the thinner they will appear. Why? Simply because the length will weigh them down. Therefore, cutting your hair short will give your limp strands more thickness, body and volume. Also, having blunt, uniform ends give the illusion of more volume and make your hair appear thicker.
Allow your hair to air dry
Let your hair completely air dry before brushing out the tangles and knots. This is because brushing wet hair tends to flatten the roots, making your hair appear flat and lifeless once dry.
Concentrate on your roots when blow drying
The main problem with thin hair is that they tend to fall flat because of the weight. Therefore, infusing a bit of volume at the root with the help of a blow dryer will give your strands that much-needed lift and bounce.
Keep a little dry shampoo handy
Dry shampoo isn’t just used to refresh your hair; it is also a great investment if you want to add a bit more volume and texture to limp and lifeless looking strands. Simply spritz on some product onto your roots before going to bed to wake up to hair that looks voluminous and bouncy.
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