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Fine hair that lacks volume and looks limp is not a good look. It's usually genetically predetermined, but you can try a few ways to make your hair get the extra thickness and volume. Diet supplements like liquid lecithin and protein-based combinations for your hair work differently on each person with fine hair, but the fundamentals of caring for fine hair are the same. How to Thicken Fine Hair: Cutting and Styling Getting the right hairstyle for fine hair can thicken it indirectly, by giving it volume and a neater appearance. Tr... Read More
Fine hair is one of the problems women often complain about. Although fine hair is not necessarily thin hair, styling it can often be quite problematic. Fine hair is mostly a genetic trait so it is one of the things we have to learn how to live with and to find ways to give our tresses the structure that we desire. There are several methods that can be used to create a more interesting hairstyle with various degrees of complexity. From the haircut we choose to the way we take care of our tresses and the styling techniques we use, every aspec... Read More
Women with fine, thin hair usually confront themselves with the impossibility to build texture and inject volume into their hairstyle and the locks just seem to fall flat. But fear not, the new hair cutting techniques developed enable you to opt for hairstyles which will add the much needed boost to fine locks. In addition to opting for a flattering hairstyle for fine hair, you also need to reach out for volumizing hair products as they are especially designed to add that extra volume that your locks are lacking. The buzzword is 'layers', so... Read More
So many women struggle with thin strands that just lie flat on the head, with no shape and zero volume. There are certain haircuts and styling techniques that can provide body and texture to your fine hair. Here are some tips to perk up your hairstyle! Soft Pixie Cut If a pixie is your style of choice, it's helpful to have petite features to pull it off properly. To give fine locks fullness, hair is layered in the crown and pushed forward to increase its height. Short Crop Here, top layers and fringe is the main focus. Move it for... Read More
Finding the best haircut for fine hair is hard if you're only looking at longer options. Pixie haircuts for fine hair offer a great way to feel good by making your hair look good with less maintenance than a longer hairstyle. A layered pixie adds to the fullness of your hair, making it especially suitable for fine or thin hair. What it lacks in length, it delivers in the way it can flatter your features and, when styled right, in sophistication.Pixie Haircut: Fine Hair Solution A very short cut on the sides and back works best with m... Read More
Rules for Styling Fine Thin Hair Regardless of the haircut you go for, when you're the owner of fine thin hair, you'll need to make it obey you by putting into practice several rules. First of all, you should know that volume – or the lack of it - is the main problem of your fine thin hair. Therefore, whatever haircut you go for, and however you decide to style your locks, you'll need to find solutions to thicken fine hair. So, keep in mind that layers are some of your best friends when having fine thin hair, as well as... Read More
We live in a fast paced world were our attention is constantly being required for a lot of different challenges and the time shortage we experience becomes more and more pronounced. To support our active lifestyle we need to be able to find ways to simplify and automatize our routines to face all the challenges that we have to face on a daily basis. When it comes to hairstyling, the tendencies seem to follow the same patterns at times because we want to find hairstyles that look wonderful and at the same time don't require a lot of maintenan... Read More
Whether you’re using a flat iron or trying to straighten your hair with a blow dryer and brush, you’ll only get the best results my making sure that you’re using the right tools in the best way, without being too harsh on your hair. Get the sleek look of straight and shiny hair by avoiding the worst hair straightening mistakes. Even if you’re only making a single error in your hair straightening routine, you risk getting a bad finish or doing long term damage to your tresses. 1. Straightening without Protection Whether you’... Read More
Nowadays, there are several hair straightener plates on the market, and today we will take a closer look at the ceramic hair straighteners. Read on to find out more about this fabulous hair styling item and how to obtain a straight, shiny and healthy hair. The first important thing when you are buying a new pair of hair straighteners is the type of plates they come with: metal, glass, ceramic plates are the most common. Metal plates are usually the cheapest from this category, and they can damage your locks. It takes a lot of ... Read More
Hair straightening has become one of the most profitable segments from the hair styling industry. As a result, experts have been working a lot on developing several methods that are able to fulfill this perceived need from various perspectives. Nowadays, women can choose between several methods depending on the level of effort they plan on making in order to get the desired hair texture. Analyzing each hair straightening method and weighing the benefits and the disadvantages even at a very superficial level can often lead to better choices. ... Read More
Like our face shape, our hair texture and hair type have a major influence when it comes to whether a certain hairstyle compliments our features or not. Aside from determining our face shape correctly and making the right choices based on it, keeping our hair texture into account is an equally important step towards satisfaction. Otherwise it will not be surprising that the haircuts we choose don't actually flatter us despite being appropriate for our face shape. Hair textures can be generally divided in five main categories: fine, coarse, ... Read More