Hair Volumizers That Work

December 18, 2014

These insider secrets inflate a limp mane, leaving you with awesome, long-lasting volume.

GIVE YOUR ROOTS A MEGA BOOST

Wash your hair with a vokumizing shampoo then apply conditioner to the ends only (you don’t want to weigh down your roots.

GET MORE OUT OF MOUSSE

Shake the can really well, so it comes our light and foamy – if it’s creamy, it’ll drag your hair right down. Pat a palmful over damp hair and distribute it evenly with a wide-tooth comb. Pick lightweight, volumizing formula, like John Frieda Luxurious Volume Mousse.

GET ALL SEXY WITH TEXTURIZING SPRAY

It makes your hair mussed and wavy that adds volume and keeps ends from looking lank. The best ones are a cross between the most invisible dry shampoo and a light hair spray. We like Tigi Bed Head Superstar Queen For A Day Thickening Spray. Skip mousse on days you are using texturizing spray. Mist it all over dry hair and then scrunch with your fingertips.

DO A LITTLE DRY CLEANING

Call it the curse of fine hair: even on days you shampoo, your roots often look oily late in the day. Keep a bottle of dry shampoo at your desk so you can mist it on the undersides of your roots and bangs.

QUIT WHILE YOU’RE AHEAD

Using more than two products at once flattens fine hair. The same goes for serums with silicones (which end in -cone or -xane on ingredient lists). They coat each strand, and that extra weight is the last thing fine hair needs.


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