How To Style Fine and Thin Hair

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As long as I can remember, I have always been told how thin and fine my hair was. It can be so frustrating, but as with anything in life, the longer you deal with something the more you learn to make it work for you. One of the best tips to keeping it healthy is to avoid heat as much as possible! For me, I try to let my hair air dry and I use a heat protectant like this  on it before styling. But there are some more tips that I found can help you embrace (and enjoy) your hair!

Let’s Be Blunt

                Okay, I’m trying to be all catchy over here! But seriously, those cute, blunt cuts work so well on thin hair folks like me. The longer your hair gets, the less thick it appears so bobs work great for this hair type. You can stack them in the back for more thickness! Truly, the bob is timeless and isn’t going anywhere! It’s perfect for summer time and if you’re a little sassy, you can have some fun with it!

 

Dirty Is Better

                I swear there is nothing better than day two hair! Where my dry shampoo ladies at? I use this dry shampoo and it saves me time, protects my hair from over washing and gives me a little volume boost. It’s seriously a busy mom’s best friend!

 

Kink It Up

               One of my favorite ways to add a little spunk and a whole lot of volume? Hands down, adding some curls or waves takes your hair game up a level. It’s so fun and you don’t have to worry about it being out of place. The trick for getting the curl to hold is to let the sit and cool before adding product or touching it. I even throw my head upside down and put my product in. Southern ladies like me love us some big hair! Get those curls with this curling iron. 

 

Just A Little Tease

                You can’t talk volume without mentioning teasing. Its perfect for those date nights that you want to be on point, but I caution you overdoing it or using alcohol based products that dry your hair and can cause more breaking in the long run. We don’t want that. The trick is to stay close to the root and I don’t use anything before I tease. Sometimes I’ll use a finishing spray but even that is optional!

Happy hair days and drop some comments to let me know how these tips worked for you or if you have some tricks of your own!

 

 

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