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fairy 16


fairy16 asked:

19 May 2009

i have silky long thin hair how can i make ma hair thick?




barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 May 2009

i know you can add gels/powders (lightly) to make it appear thicker

you can add extentsions ofcourse


3nir says:

Posted on 19 May 2009

You can use castor oil mixed with coconut oil. Keep it for 2 hours and then shampoo your hair.

You can also use a volumizing shampoo.

And also, blow drying can add some volume into your hair but I wouldn't suggest you to do that. Heat is not good for your hair.


thasamaroo says:

Posted on 19 May 2009

Extensions are the quickest, easiest way to get thicker hair, but it is also very expensive. Other ways are to take vitamins. Nioxin makes a very good vitamin that boosts the hair follicle and helps hair grow faster and thicker. Nioxin is expensive though so you could try taking prenatal vitamins which have the same effect.

You can also blow dry your hair for the appearance of thicker fuller hair.

Blowdrying is completely safe for your hair IF YOU DO IT CORRECTLY. When blowdrying your hair, always use a product that is a heat protectant. Redken makes a great thermal styling lotion called Satinwear. You will also need a root lifter. A great root lifter is Redken's Guts. Put these products in your hair and use a round brush to style. Use the brush to pull the hair straight out from your head or even elevate it upwards. Never pull the hair down, that will give you the opposite effect. Aim the blowdryer down the hair strand; from roots to ends. This will keep the cuticle of the hair down and keep it from looking frizzy. After its dried, if you still want more volume, backcomb it. But becareful because that can be harmful to your hair in the longrun. It will cause breakage.

My last suggestion to you is color. Try highlighting and lowlighting your hair. The chemical process thickens your hair by opening up the cuticle and the added dimmensional colors makes your hair appear fuller.


dani_babes says:

Posted on 21 May 2009

every time you have ur hair cut it becomes thicker x

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