How To Add Volume To Your Hair
Does your hair look all withered all the time and cling desperately back on your head? Does it seem crushed and worn out? Well, this is because of the lack of volume in your hair. This could happen due to natural reasons such genetically having a less hair density and also could be the mistakes you do when selecting hair products. However, this article will tell you how to add volume to your hair and maintain it well for a long lasting mane of voluminous hair.
As the initial step, go for a haircut that will give the optical illusion of volume to your hair. A hair cut will layers will be the best solution for this. A short hairdo or a bob at shoulder height will also do you the favor. If you still want to stick to a long hairdo, go for a climbing layer cut with no visible demarcation to each layer, so that your hair looks naturally voluminous. A fringe depending on the size of your face will add more volume to the overall outcome.
You can also add a color to your layer cut. A thick color in one or two shades lighter than your starting color can enhance your hair with a soft deception for the eye with an increased hair mass. If your hair possesses a naturally brown tone, brightening the ends of your tresses with rather a darker color will do the trick. But, remember one thing! The coloring should have a gentle flow to look as natural as possible, lest you let anyone doubt your hair lacks natural volume. The purpose of this coloring trick is to make the top of your head appear voluminous. When shampooing your hair, make sure you have at least two days interval in between each wash. Specially, if you possess fine hair, go for a gentle shampoo. A shampoo with built in volume boosting capabilities can help your hair appear big.
Some hair specialists suggest spraying hair evenly with a volumnizing product and combing through before drying. But, you should also be aware about the fact that serums, foams, sprays, and other styling aids has the effect of weighing your hair much more than the original. So, better not go for heavy styling treatments. Instead, choose products that do not add weight. If you still prefer to use a mask, apply it only at the ends. Protect your hair from heating styles such as blow drying or ironing by using a thermal protective cream. They can help hydrate the hair. Use aerosol products to add volume instead of foam or products with alcoholic contents. Such products dehydrate your hair by drying up the hair fiber. Avoid using oils, serums and products with a greasy texture. They again make the hair look greasy and add an extra weight to the hair. Also avoid silicon products which restraint hair from breathing.
Another way to add volume to your hair and create a sultry look is to have a hairstyle that makes your mane look voluminous. In this case, you can either blow dry or place rollers to dry the hair, following a dry lacquer vaporize with the dryer.
Stop worrying about your withered mane! Try these out and see if you cannot be the owner to a delightful, healthy voluminous mane. Go through the gallery to get a vision of healthy and voluminous hair!