My hair stylist told me to put 2 teaspoons of baking soda in a bottle of shampoo. The ions in the baking soda react to the ions in the shampoo and cause the hair strands to swell, instantly making it thicker throughout. Each time you wash your hair, your hair will be thicker!!
Blow dry, use nice shampoo, care for your hair. If you want to add more volume, curl or crimp it up! ;) Just make sure that you care for your hair and clean it daily. I'm sure your hair is beautiful anyway. :)
1 year ago
Last edited at 8:20AM on 3/21/2013
dont let your hair too long. just about shoulder length or shorter. i have thick blonde hair so mine is longer than shoulder length. mine is like 2 inches below shoulder or more. and use fine hair products. wash hair every 2 days. i dont look good with layered hair cut cuz i have thick hair. but thin hair than yes.
Use Mane and Tail shampoo and conditioner, yes it is for horses and people it really helps i use it. I also recommend you use a voluminousness moose and blow dry your hair upside down i like Big Sexy Hair Sexy Volume Root Pump. Try to tease your hair at the roots but not to much use a comb not brush to damage it less. Try a new look with a cute bob or pixie cut, it ill make your hair look a lot fuller and less piece. If you wanna keep your length I would avoid getting it layered and use products that add shine to keep it looking healthy so its not thin and dry/brittle its thin and shinny. For more hair tips go to my twitter https://twitter.com/sincerelyb98 or blog http://sincerelybeauty97.blogspot.com/search/label/Skin%20and%20Hair
I have thin hair and here is what I use or do: a hot iron makes it look thicker, I use heated olive oil in my hair every two months (hardly get split ends doing this and my hair looks healthier), I also you gel and squish the hair with my hands and it makes it look fuller and wavy
Braid your hair in small sort of way and wait for a few days. Then undo all of the braids and brush and comb it and you should have yourself a luscious hairstyle with just lots of fuzz here and there. In which nothing like fuzz away hair products can't help so use them or unless you would love the look? Lol
I am a hairdresser and we recommend that our clients use black cohosh tablets to help thicken their hair. You can do all the above to make your hair look thicker but usually by the end of the day it ends up looking the same!! Good Luck!
what i use sometimes is camellia oil in my hair it is a nature plant oil. It is accauly very good for your hair and scalp and helps with split ends and it leave no sticky or greesey residue. just dont use too much i only use 5 or 6 drop after i wash my hair about once a week.
Clip in hair extensions are the best things ever. They don't look fake, unless you put them in wrong. And that's nearly impossible. Blow Dry your hair upside down. Curl your hair. Use any root lifting products. Tease the top of your hair.
Well first of all you definitely need to eat well,lots of proteins and iron
You MUST NOT use too much heat,because this dries out your hair and makes it weaker,instead let it dry on their own when you can :) also,avoid shampooing daily,as this washes away all the natural (beneficial) oils your scalp produces And one last thing:backcombing your hair might look good in short terms,but in time you'll find out that this is making your hair fall faster.If you back comb,you?re scraping the edge of the cuticle in the opposition direction,and when you lift up those little pieces of cuticle,they never return to their nice flat arrangement,no matter what you do to your hair.Instead,they become increasingly loose and eventually break off
I am older and not only did my hair strands become fine; I started to lose my thick head of hair and have areas of thinning where I could see my scalp. I solved my problems with a balanced diet and Stress B vitamins, using a good volumizing shampoo and conditioner, root lifter and mousse. I blow my hair dry upside down and use hot rollers. I also use a Keratin based dry shampoo to add more volume. It sounds like a lot of work but it does work and I keep my hair shoulder length so I can wear it down or put it up.
11 months ago
Last edited at 4:32PM on 4/3/2013
Well as soon as you get out of the shower or what ever put your hair in a tole while you are getting dressed then (you need to buy some oil stuff to go in your hair) flip your hair and put in your oil and brush it then blow dry it and it should look nice and thick. by the way your hair must be upside down and rube the oil in you hands like lotion then run your fingers through your hair.
well i don't brush my hair for about 1 wk or so and i dont use any heat tools not even gel sometimes and when i dont brush my hair it gets really gluffy and then i use main and tail shampoo and legt it air dry put it in a messy bun and then its thick 1 more thin dont touch or brush your hair to much