Thicker hair has been evolutionary thought of as attractive, and we can’t help but admit that a full head of luscious locks seems more fun to play with. However, sometimes, we are born with finer strands that tend to look limp no matter how much we try to fluff it up. Worse, sometimes life circumstance contributes to hair loss, and we lose even more of our precious strands.
Thankfully, there are ways to plump up our crowning glories. Here are just but a few tips to get thicker looking hair:
Vigorously drying your hair with a towel may pull out more strands, and with thin/fine hair, you’d want to keep as much locks on you as possible. Also, you risk the chance of damaging your hair cuticles with all the rubbing. Opt for a cool blow-dry, or if you must towel-dry, make sure that you don’t rub your head too hard. Also, consider blow-drying your hair upside down — bend over and brush your hair away from your scalp, and then flip it over for a natural-looking fluff.
A longer hairstyle may just drag you down, literally. Longer locks weigh heavier on your head, so consider a shorter ‘do to keep your hair fluffier on top. Have your stylist find the right cut for you, so thin hair will not look as stringy and limp.
Keep Hair Healthy
This is the most important thing. Whether you were born with fine hair or are suffering from hair loss from genetics, hormonal changes or stress, you need to keep your hair in tiptop shape. Make sure you get your vitamins and minerals, and if it still needs help, enhance it with invigorating treatments.
Do hair mark once a week
Hair mask locks in moisture and makes them look fuller. Give our treatment spa a try today! Enriched with a unique blend of ingredients, our Treatment Spa leaves your hair softer, silkier and more managable. Our formula deeply penetrates the hair shaft to deliver optimum vitamin and nutrients!
Herbal Hair Treatment
Bee Choo Origin herbal cream can help bring your locks back to luscious: this 90-minute treatment is made out of fresh and all-natural minerals and ingredients. It is especially helpful for people suffering from hair loss, oily or itchy scalps, greying hair, or even new mothers suffering from post-partum hair loss. The best part is that this treatment is affordable and educational: they will even do a scalp analysis first to help you understand how to take care of your hair.