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Fuller Effects For Thin Hair

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Fuller Effects For Thin Hair

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Do you have thin hair? To be honest, regardless of your hair type we all want what we don’t have-that seems to ring to be even truer with our hair. Those with thick hair want less of it, and those with thin hair want more of it. The good news is there are some ways to apply fuller effects for thin hair. Not sure what we’re talking about? Well, we’re giving you some ideas on how to make your thin hair appear thicker. Music to your ears? Ours too, to be honest! Enough chatter though, let’s get started:

Opt For Shorter Length
We know you may love long hair, but one of the secrets that many forget about thin hair is a natural way to give it a fuller effect is to chop the length! When your hair is shorter it doesn’t have the weight of long hair to bring the volume down, so it has this way of giving thin hair this instant boost of fullness to it. Bobs and lobs are some of the best hair styles for those with thin hair for this exact reason. Just take a look at some of the celebs who generally rock shorter hair, they likely have thin hair! (Of course, not ALL of them do)

Use The Right Products
We often discuss how essential it is to use the right type of hair care products for your hair, this rings true when you’re looking to add fullness to thin hair. Instead of using cream or liquid based hair care products, we suggest trying something like a mousse! Mousse is great because it’s very lightweight, so similar to the hair length it won’t weigh your hair down but will instead allow you to create fullness and volume to your hair. You may have noticed one of the keys to adding fullness to thin hair is avoiding anything that will add too much weight to your hair, hair care products included. If mousse isn’t your thing, just be sure to focus on products that are lightweight.

Change Your Part
Most of us tend to get into the habit of wearing our hair parted in the same way every day, at least for the most part. One of the easiest ways to add a fuller effect to thin hair is simply changing your hair part! We know it almost seems TOO easy, but try it out for yourself you’re going to be shocked at how much volume it adds. Since our hair tends to get used to being parted in the same way every day, our hair can lose some of its natural volume at the roots. This is exactly why when changing your part you get this instant boost of volume to the root area of your hair.

Stick with layers
While we mentioned bobs and lobs above, another hair style tip to adding more fullness to thin hair is having layers added to your hair. Layers create the illusion of volume by breaking up the length of your hair. Regardless of your hair length, ask your stylist for layers!

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