How to make your hair seem thicker. Try these tips for quick volume.

Not everyone is fortunate enough to be born with thick, shiny hair, but there are fortunately many ways to get extra volume and thus create the illusion of thick hair. If you are tired of thin, flat and lifeless hair, try these tips for instant volume!

1. USE AN LIGHT BALSAM
Heavy conditioners will definitely flat out thin hair even more. Use a conditioner that is designed specifically for thin and lifeless hair.

2. USE VOLUME SHAMPOO
Thinning hair tends to be flat if you wear heavy hair products. Volume Shampoo can actually lift the hair.

3. BE FRUGAL WITH BALSAM
If you have problems with flat and lifeless hair, use only a small portion conditioner for thin hair every time you wash your hair. Do not use conditioner in the hair on your head - start a few cm downwards in your hair and be sure to rinse well.
How to make your hair seem thicker

4. GIVE YOUR HAIR A BOOST
Use a mousse that lifts roots of wet hair before drying it. Then use hårpudder volume. If you use it on the roots will provide immediate volume and make hair thicker. It is best to avoid creams and serums that we should let nature remain in the hair since they will make your hair flat.

5. USE  PURIFYING SHAMPOO ONCE A WEEK
Product residues can weigh down the hair and make it feel flat and lifeless. Use cleansing shampoo once a week to get out the remnants of the products. Hair that is completely clean will have more bounce and volume.

6. DRY HAIR UP DOWN
For extra volume, blow dry hair with head bent over. Another trick is to dry the hair from their usual distinction when you then put your hair back where it usually will get immediately extra volume.

7. CREATE SOME FALL IN YOUR HAIR
Hair that is absolutely bristling can often seem flat and lifeless. If you're not a fan of curls you can use a straightener to create a little fall and bend the ends of the hair. This will give an impression of more volume and thicker hair.

8. CURLS
Waves and curls are a "quick fix" for flat hair. Use rolls in front of the hair to create more volume on top and use the curling iron on the rest of the hair.

Thin hair will not hold a curl as well as thick hair does, so use a little mousse that lifts roots to hold it in place. Even when the curls fall out during the day, you still have extra texture and movement in the hair.


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