These tips and tricks ensure a magnificent mane!
A shiny, gorgeous, and healthy mane - that's every woman's greatest dream, isn't it? Thick hair has always been considered the absolute ideal of beauty, but unfortunately, mother nature has only blessed very few of us with it. We dig deep into our pockets and are always trying new products that promise us true miracles overnight and still nothing happens. But that's no reason to despair because there are actually a few helpful tips and tricks to make thin hair look thicker. So don't get discouraged and just keep reading. We have made some smart tips for you and will tell you below how you can quickly conjure up more volume and fullness in your hair.
Having long and thick hair at the same time? Sounds too good to be true, right? With hair extensions, this is actually possible! Hair extensions are a great and very easy way to make thin hair look thicker. Whether clip-in, tape-in, or bonding - the selection is now huge and there is guaranteed to be something for everyone. Tape-in extensions in particular do not stress the hair structure and also ensure longer-lasting hair thickening. As the name suggests, these are small strands with adhesive strips between which your own hair is placed and then glued. The result? A fuller and voluminous head of hair. Depending on how fast your hair grows, the hair extensions last between 4 and 6 weeks. To achieve the most natural results possible, it is best to invest in high-quality extensions. It is also particularly important that you take care of them properly. It is best to use shampoos and conditioners that do not contain oil and silicone for washing.
We all know how important hair care is. Do you use the most expensive products and your hair still looks flat? Then you might want to change up your hair care routine. Particularly rich care products can also weigh down the hair and make it even greasy. To avoid this and to make your thin hair appear thicker, it is best to use natural and silicone-free shampoos and hair treatments that contain proteins. Amino acids as well as wheat and oat proteins put a protective film around the hair and promote the natural keratin. This in turn provides more volume and strengthens the hair structure. A mousse can also make thin hair look thicker. Apply this to wet hair and distribute it well in the roots. Then blow-dry your hair and voilà - your mane looks fuller.
In addition to the right care, you should also make sure that you do not wash your hair too often. Otherwise, the scalp dries out and as a result, the hair becomes even more brittle and prone to split ends. To encourage growth and add volume, wash your hair no more than twice a week.
One of the easiest ways to make thin hair look thicker? With a new, matching haircut, of course! As you know, a long head of hair becomes heavier due to the length and often looks weak and flat. Short and medium-length hairstyles, such as a pixie cut or a long bob with curls, are very trendy this year and provide more volume and fullness in no time at all. Sometimes a deep side part is all you need to make thin hair look thicker. In addition, it is super elegant and gives your hairstyle a completely new and modern touch. Gentle steps also make your mane look fuller and livelier. However, a little caution is required - if the lengths are thinned out too much, you will achieve the opposite.
Does your hair lack volume? Then maybe it's time for new and trendy hair color! Just like the right haircut and the right hair care, new hair color can create the illusion of more fullness in no time at all. How about upgrading your hairdo with some blonde highlights and highlights? By using different coloring techniques and multiple shades, thin hair can look thicker. Whether babylights, balayage, or the trendy shadow roots - the selection is really huge.
Proper styling is also crucial to how your hair will look. A tried and tested trick that instantly creates more volume? It is best to blow-dry your hair with a cold blow-dry and then shape the individual strands with a round brush. However, you should not use styling tools such as flat irons or curling irons too often. After all, hair breakage and split ends are the number one enemy of healthy and full hair. Instead, let your hair air dry instead.