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Choosing hairstyles-for-fine-thin-hair is easy when you know more about thin hair.
Did you know that a person with fine hair actually has more hair on their head than a person with thick hair? It’s true, a person with fine hair has more hair strands per square inch than a person with thick, course hair.
The difference between fine and thick hair-
Thin hair actually means the spaces between the hair follicles are larger, fine hair is that the hair follicles are smaller, but the density of the hair is greater.
How to add volume to fine hair:
Highlights do wonders for people with fine hair. The little bit of damage opens the cuticle of the hair to make it appear fuller. Also a great trick that actually does thicken the hair is do an all over color. You don't necessarily have to change the color of your hair, color it as close to your natural hair color as possible so that when the hair grows out it matches the colored hair.
For a longer look, add layers, don’t go too long though, not past the shoulders otherwise you’ll lose the volume.With fine hair, try having the ends cut out (or notched) rather than a blunt straight across cut. This adds volume and wont show the bluntness of the cut.Add rollers or braid your hair before you go to bed, then your hair is full of body in the morning.
Some hairstyles that work well with fine hair are: Bobs, pixie cuts, short tapered, or short layered. Bangs would also compliment any of these styles.
There are various product that you can use to add volume to your hair. These would include anything that is not weighing down on the hair. If you use conditioner, only use it on the ends of your hair. Pomade, mousse, or gel can add good volume, also root elevators will work good. With these products apply to the roots of the hair, then blow dry your head upside down to get the maximum volume.
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