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brighteyes asked:

03 Nov 2009

how can you get your hair more volumized??

my hair is fine, not think and not thin, but how can i get that volume? what products will work for this?



carolinesaurus says:

Posted on 03 Nov 2009

herbal essences is always good.

or loreal. um.. basically just use the voluminizing products, but not TO much or else that will thin your hair even more. eat healthy and get lots of sleep, exsersize is crucial too when it come to healthy hair.. um i think taking vitamins can help too but you'd have to ask ur doctor first. drink lots of water and eat lots of fruits and veggies! milk is good when it come's to strengthening your hair i believe. so yeah, i bet google has a lot of results/tips, search there.


carolinesaurus says:

Posted on 03 Nov 2009

here are some links:

Choose the right hairstyle. A bob style with bangs will make your hair look thicker. Ask your hair dresser to cut your hair into a bob style with long layers. This will make your hair appear thicker and fuller.



Use a volumizing shampoo. Many manufacturers offer shampoos that will add volume and make your hair appear thicker. You do not need to spend a fortune on these shampoos; many can be purchased at the grocery or drug store.



Blow dry your hair upside down. Standing up, lean your head forward and blow dry your hair from the roots to the ends. Run your fingers through your hair as you are blow drying. When your hair is dry, flip your hair back as you lift your head. Do not brush your hair--just use your fingers to style. Blow dry your bangs using a round brush, if necessary.



Get a body wave. If your hair is especially thin and limp, consider getting a body wave permanent to your hair. Most salons can give you a body wave, and the results last 6 to 8 weeks.



Change your hair color. Dyeing your hair a darker color or adding low-lights will add body to your hair and make it appear thicker.


bethanyjl says:

Posted on 03 Nov 2009

You can use a gel or mousse. I put a mousse in my hair when i get out of the shower and then blow dry it every which way (crazy like) and it adds Tons of volume to my hair!

I use Suave Volumizing Mousse and it works pretty well but the best Mousse ive ever used is Redken 10 Guts Volume Boosting Spray Foam! its gel and mousse mixed together! but its like $20


jessd says:

Posted on 03 Nov 2009

you massage your head with moose in your hair.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 04 Nov 2009

well you can try teasing your hair

blowdrying your hair while it's upside down and spraying it with thickener or hairspray while it's upside down and letting it dry before you flip it

yes moose or gel or clay in the base of your hair while it's upside down and then flip it


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 04 Nov 2009

1. volumizing hair products-root lifter, mouse, gel, spray-not shampoos and conditioners those dont work too well

2. blow dry your hair upside down-or just blow drying it if you dont

3. rinse your conditioner out with cool water right before you get out of the shower

4. dont use so much conditioner

5. layers

6. healthy hair has more life-avoid heat when possible

7. less hair products like creams and such at the ends of your hair which pull it down

8. shorter hair has less weight to pull it down

some of these depend on your hair and whether its thin hair or just needs more lift at the roots

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