Seven mistakes you should not make if you have thin hair: consequences will be devastating
It's not an easy task to do your own styling. When creating a hairstyle, you should take into account all the features of your hair.
Thin hair requires a special approach as it is very vulnerable and the use of styling products can be harmful. OBOZREVATEL talks about seven mistakes that owners of brittle and thin hair should not make.
- Too much indelible cosmetics
Some girls mistakenly believe that fine hair needs a lot of care products and styling products. With minimal use, gels, mousses, sprays, and balms can work wonders for thin hair. Too much hair gel or cream can weigh down the strands and completely take away root volume.
- Straight haircut
A layered hairstyle can increase the volume and hide thin hair. Voluminous hairstyles with sharp ends, curtain bangs, and short or medium lengths are a winning option. A hairstyle without bangs will showcase the wide parting that girls with thin hair usually have.
It is a common mistake to use conditioner along the entire length of the hair. This product makes the roots heavier and the hair quickly becomes oily. The product should be applied from the middle to the ends, without touching the roots.
- Long hair
Shoulder-length or shorter hair is most attractive for fine hair. Very long hair can look lifeless and heavy. Medium hair is lightweight, so it will be easier to make root volume.
To stimulate new hair growth, you should try a shampoo with exfoliating particles or a scalp scrub. They are designed to remove dirt and exfoliate hair follicles. A scrub will provide deeper cleansing, removing dirt and grease. However, it should not be used more than once a week.
- Blow dryer
Dry your hair properly with a brush brush, which is usually used in a hairdresser's shop. First, apply a mousse or volumizing spray and use a round brush to lift the hair up and away from the roots. This trick can be tricky to master, but it is indispensable when styling thin hair.
- Split ends
Thin hair is prone to split ends. The damage can be not only at the bottom but also along the entire length of the hair. The problem can be prevented with proper cleaning and care. Use a microfiber towel and a soft brush for combing. These products will preserve the hair and prevent damage.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about the best hairstyles for short women. The styling looks expensive and adds elegance to the look.