How to Make Fine, Thin Hair Reach New Heights
Does your hair appear full and lush in the morning only for it to deflate by night? Chances are you may have a fine mane, but there’s nothing fine about it.
“First, it is important to note that fine and thin hair are two different things,” explains Fernando Salas, creator of White Sands Hair Care. “If your hair is fine, it just means your strands are on the thinner side. You can have fine hair, but have lots of it.
“Thinning hair, on the other hand, is classified by an increase in shedding or noticing a decrease in density,” he adds.
No matter which type you were born with, suffering from limp, lifeless tresses can easily out beat your body-boosting efforts. And all that heat from irons and dryers is only making your delicate hair break, causing more harm than good.
Fortunately, you’re not doomed to possess an eternal bad hair day. According to several celebrity stylists, fine hair is actually common among many Hollywood starlets and styling it doesn’t have to be a chore. Find out how to make your fine hair speak volumes with these expert tips below: