From Thin To Thick: 7 Ways To Add Volume To Your Hair
Education and Advocacy Read these helpful tips and what hair loss expert, Dr. Donovan wants to tell Canadian Women about inevitably losing hair.
Did you know that at least 50 percent of both men and women face the same problem? That is, thin-looking hair. There are countless reasons why someone may experience this issue, including but not limited to genetics, stress and trauma, health or medication issues, nutrition, and even environmental factors. However, there are many ways to make your fine hair appear full.
For those with fine hair, the cleaner it is the more body, since there is less natural oil to weigh it down. Someone with curly thick hair should wash weekly, not daily!
Tend to towel dry? Make sure not to use too much force to prevent unnecessary tangles and breakage. If you use a blow-dryer, avoid using a high heat setting that may cause damage.
Starting at the bottom and working up to your roots will detangle your hair easier.
Conditioners work wonders to lubricate hair and strengthen it to become more resistant to damage.
While a tight ponytail may look neat, loosening the tie will minimize stress along your hairline and reduce breakage in the long run.
If your hair is lengthy, sleep with it in a loose braid for reduced damage.
Some say that gently scrunching your hair while drying it will add immediate volume. Others will lift their hair from the root while blow-drying for extra fullness!