Dealing with noticeably thin hair can be a bit difficult at times. Even if you have very thin hair, you want to enjoy styling your hair in a way that makes you feel confident. We’re big believers that confidence is key, and a big part of helping you enjoy your days in a much more positive manner. But we realize that women with noticeably thin hair can feel stuck when it comes to styling their hair and really making the most of it. That being said, there are some great style solutions for noticeably thin hair that may help you make the most of your hair from here on out.
Layers added to your hair style can make the world of a difference when you have noticeably thin hair. They’re one of the most under-rated, under-appreciated ways to get your hair cut. Layers are perfect for those with thin hair because they help to naturally add more volume into your hair. Regardless of the length you prefer to keep for your hair, it’s all about adding layers into the mix. If you don’t have layers, now is the time to ask your hair stylist to add them in the next time you head into the salon for a trim.
Utilize Volumizing Hair Care Products
Hair care products, and using the right hair care products can really make or break your hair’s look and health. When you have noticeably thin hair, it’s best to use hair care products that are going to accommodate and give you a nice little boost. Volumizing formulated hair care products are one of the best ways to do that, too. When we talk about using volumizing hair care products we mean all your hair care products from your shampoo and conditioner to your hair spray. Truly every little bit will help give your hair a nice boost, and can help provide your hair with some benefits to ease some of the thinning over time.
Watch How You Wash
Washing your hair is a necessary step in your regular hair care routine. We ALL wash our hair on a regular basis, hopefully at least! There are a few key steps to washing your hair that are essential when you have noticeably thin hair. For starters, you don’t need to be washing your hair every day and in fact you shouldn’t be. Washing your hair can take a lot of the natural oils and moisture out of your hair, which can cause dryness and brittleness to occur. Obviously, when you have thin hair those are the last things you want to experience. In addition, take note as to how you’re handling your hair while it’s wet. Our hair, regardless of the type, is at its most vulnerable when its wet so taking extra caution when working with your wet hair is absolutely necessary. Opting for a wide toothed comb and using warm (not hot) water are a few changes you can make that will make a huge difference in your hair.