Many women want full hair, but not all of us have been naturally blessed with this feature. However, even if you were born with thinner hair, suffer from shedding or feel as though your hair has changed with time, you have nothing to worry about. We’ve compiled 8 tips so you can easily restore volume and fullness to your hair, making sure your hair looks its best with very little effort.
If you have fuller hair, brushing it right out of the shower is fine, but if you have thinner hair, it is recommended that you refrain from doing so, so as not to damage and break the hair. Wet hair is very fragile, and if you don’t have the time to blow-dry it or wait for it to air dry, opt for finger combing it instead. If you do choose to blow dry your hair, lift pieces of hair from the root while drying to add instant volume. Once your hair is fully dry, use a round brush to brush it through.
Gather your hair into a ponytail using a hair tie. Split the ponytail into two sections and use a hair clip to clip the bottom section close to your head. Make sure the top section covers the clip.
Want to add volume to a ponytail without using a clip? No problem! Instead of using one hair tie, divide the hair into two parts - top and bottom, and then collect each part with a separate hair tie. Now use a third hair tie to bring the two parts together. Use hair ties that are similar in color to your hair so that they aren’t noticeable.
If you don’t have time to do your hair in the morning, try spraying your hair with hairspray after washing and twisting it into two low buns. Heat the buns up with your hair dryer, wait for them to cool down and then take them out. Your hair will be voluminous and beautiful in no time.
Waking up in the morning with limp oily hair and no time to wash it is a bummer. Luckily, using a little bit of dry shampoo can really work wonders! Make sure to spray your roots and not your ends so that the shampoo can absorb the oils best.
After braiding your hair, gently pull at the strands to loosen it up and give it more volume. Be sure to start from the bottom and pull upwards and not vice versa, so as not to create a goofy-looking braid. Lastly, spraying with hairspray will make sure nothing comes too loose.
If you’ve finished styling your hair and feel that it’s still falling flat, try giving your dryer another shot. Flip your hair down and blow dry it at the roots shaking them out with your fingers. Doing this will help you achieve better results and longer-lasting volume.