How to Style Thin Hair

How to Style Thin Hair

Have you struggled with styling your thin hair your entire life? Maybe youâ%u20AC%u2122ve had thick hair your entire life and as youâ%u20AC%u2122ve aged itâ%u20AC%u2122s gotten thinner. Either way, both situations can be frustrating but thanks to a few tried and true techniques and our favorite products for tackling thin hair, itâ%u20AC%u2122s now easier than ever to achieve volume and help your hair appear thicker.

Use the Right Products

Through progressive plant cell technology, the entire line of éprouvage products help prevent the appearance of thinning hair before any symptoms even start. Designed to target the scalp and help hair become stronger, shinier, and smoother at the growing phase, the active ingredients in éprouvage will nourish your hair like never before.

All Ã©prouvage products are sulfate, paraben, and gluten free and contain anti-inflammatory ingredients that are safe to use on all hair types, including color treated hair!

Dry in Small Sections

Running the hair dryer through your hair fast isnâ%u20AC%u2122t going to have much of an effect on achieving the volume you desire. Instead, use a round brush and dry in small sections, pointing the hair dryer above the part to maximize volume. Once the hair is about 75% dry, focus in on the top of your head to add volume to the scalp. This will help your hair to appear thicker.

Choose the Right Hair Brush

Choosing the right hair brush for your hair type is going to be a game changer. When styling thin hair, especially with a hair dryer, a round brush is going to enhance volume and help you achieve a bouncy, sleek style.

When choosing a round brush, the smaller the barrel, the better. Try to stay under two inches in diameter and always use a round brush with boar head bristles, never plastic.

To get your éprouvage treatment and a voluminous hair style, call Bella Salon & Spa today at (978) 777-3717 to schedule your appointment.

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