Unfortunately, not all of us have full hair. But that doesn't mean that you can't add volume to fine hair with a few tricks. Of course, this works first with the right care and the right haircut. But did you know that you can also trick your hair color? That's fine!
We'll tell you how you can give fine hair more volume with the right color - and which hair colors you should rather stay away from.
Stay away from a single all-over color! Why? Your hair looks so one-dimensional and the effect of fine hair is only intensified.
Better: highlights make fine hair look more complex. Use face-framing, balayage techniques, or a change between lowlights and highlights to give fine hair more depth. And another advantage: the color can grow out softly with delicate strands, while a hard hairline directs the focus to thin hair roots.
Styling tip: don't pull your part too accurately. With a zigzag part, you can highlight the different highlights and lowlights on the part and create different layers of hair. This also provides more volume.
Root Shadows can also be used to distract from a hard hairline and add volume to thin hair.
How does it work? Emphasize your hairline specifically with a slightly darker shade. This creates a shadow in the middle of the head, which blends softly into the lighter color of the rest of the hair with an ombre effect. This optical illusion makes thin hair look fuller immediately.
If you want all-over color, choose a shade that isn't too different from your natural hair shade.
Better: It is better to intensify your natural tone. This will prevent your hairline from getting too hard. Because if your hairline is too light, you are underlining light head hair. A hairline that is too dark makes fine hair look flatter.