The Right Products For Thin Hair

Slicked-back
Camilla Belle with slicked back hair. Image courtesy of Pinterest.

I believe the most important element when it comes to making thin hair look thick and giving it some volume and staying power is the products. In this ongoing series about managing thin hair, we have talked about hairstyles and accessories, but thin hair has different needs so it is important that the products used are formulated exclusively for thin hair.

  • Shampoos should clean without stripping moisture and conditioners should soften and detangle without causing build-up.
  • The products should be light weight and promise to increase volume and texture.
  • Be sure to lift at the scalp to created thickness. Always use a protectant while using heated appliances and decrease the heat setting so as not to fry your fragile hair strands.
Products For Thin Hair

 

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I created StylEnigma in 2014 to celebrate the beauty of individuality and creative personal expression/presentation. I love the idea of being a canvas and expressing myself by transforming into the embodiment of my mood - to the mood I want to be in. I am fascinated by different standards of beauty and style and fashion incorporates instinctively incorporates both. I use writing as a form of continued education. I've never been into cliques or trends because I've always believed that personal style supersedes trends, I've never been a follower or stressed about being liked, and what I'm thinking usually escapes my lips before I can stop it. I love dark colors like black and midnight blue. I own so much black clothing it looks like I'm in a perpetual state of mourning - and I probably am. I love nail art. In fact, I started this blog because of a Nailasaurus nail art post, and before that, I owned a nail and skincare salon, so there will be a LOT of nail art. As a lupus patient who has been riding this global crisis solo, I have acquired a vicious plant habit and currently have approximately 95, including propagations. I frequently critique nonsense, ponder the human condition, dodge the bullets and jump over the obstacles placed before me all while learning how to make ADHD work for me because at the moment, it isn't. I am also learning how to create alternative forms of content and maintain my sanity because life frequently tests it. This will be fun. Let's do this!

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