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gee_jade asked:

10 May 2010

how do i put volume in my hair?

not just my but my bangs. they've been flat lately. maybe they're too long? help me! thanks XD



ally_starkey says:

Posted on 10 May 2010

well cut your bangs if they're too long =p but get garnier volumizing mousse and put it all over your hair when it's wet, then style it like normal. it may be a tiny bit sticky and start out using small amounts so you know how much won't clump your hair, but it works lke a charm


ally_starkey says:

Posted on 10 May 2010

or make sure to seperate your bangs from the rest when you blow dry and blow them up instead of down...or you can tease them


unique_princess says:

Posted on 10 May 2010

Many of the products you buy out of the salon contain wax or plastic. These tend to give your hair shine, but they will weigh it down. You should also get a good brush. You should always blow dry your hair until it is slightly damp before you start to style it. Use a hot dryer and a brush in the direction you want your hair to go. When it is dry, hit it with the cool shot button on you dryer. If you dont have this, lift the hair at the roots with the brush and put the dryer (high heat) at the roots until the hair heats up. Careful not to burn your scalp. Then, simply turn the dryer off and allow the hair to cool on the brush. This will give you volume.

i hope this would help coz it did do an amazin job on me .. !!


barbipixi says:

Posted on 10 May 2010

yea if you blow dry them upward it can give you more body, and yes if they're too long they can be too heavy. you can also have them thinned out a bit so they are layers and will be less heavy


vanillabb says:

Posted on 10 May 2010

You can put a thickening mouse into your hair then blow dry away from your scalp with a round brush.

You can tease it

root boosting spray , again the opposite direction that your blowdrying

' Volumizing hair spray

Or just look up tutorials on youtube for it.


shadyca says:

Posted on 10 May 2010

first of all, go to the hairstylst and shorten your bangs and make some puffy areas on your head. then you should buy some good voluming mousse (Garnier, Taft), when drying it, blow dry it with a large round brush. and if you want, you can tease a little bit your puffy parts (but not too much, you don't want to look too scene-ish)


jessd says:

Posted on 11 May 2010

well you straighten your hair pull your hair upward and straighten it. if you get moose and kinda like scrunch the top of your head and than brush it lightly so it doesnt look messed up. blow dry your hair upside down. wash your hair upside down.. all of that can help


athena says:

Posted on 27 May 2012

use one of those culers thats also a blow dryer , use a voluminizing shampoo/conditioner, blow dry hair upside down or get bangs trimmed? dont use a lot of product?

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