If you have ever experienced a scalp massage, you know how relaxing it can be. When we get our hair shampooed at the salon, the stylist often gives us a simultaneous massage. A scalp massage is essentially the kneading and rubbing of your head, a profoundly calming process that relaxes your skull and neck muscles.
Many women have always had fine hair; for others, it happens as we age. Hormone changes cause our follicles to shrink, while at the same time, a poor diet or slow nutritional absorption can give us fine hair. Our hair density decreases while the individual hair strands become thinner. Can it be undone? Can you thicken fine hair?
6 steps to Thicken Fine Hair: 1. Use a Hairdryer 2. Add Waves to Give Your Hair Dimension 3. Cut off split ends and even out the tips 4. Take a Holistic Approach to Thicken Your Fine Hair > A. Hair Fortifying Vitamins B. Fortifying Hair & Scalp Serum C. Wake Up Call Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner D, E, F >>>
Baby fine hair is soft to touch and looks great on babies — not so much on us. When we reach menopause, most of us are looking for ways to thicken our locks and improve density. It can be challenging to make our mane appear thicker because many products weigh down your hair, or worse, make it look greasy. However, there are answers to your thin-hair dilemma, so read on to discover what products make hair look thicker.
Conditioning alone may not be enough to keep our strands looking shiny and strong. As we age, our hair biology turns our once hydrated, healthy locks into a brittle straw. A hair mask (or masque) moisturizes, nourishes, and repairs your hair — safeguarding it against injury from harsh products, high-temp styling tools, and over-brushing. Masques are perfect for age-related thinning and dryness and are formulated with a blend of hydrating butters that contain hair softeners to moisturize your hair and scalp.
Hair length is an essential topic for many women. It can take effort to maintain, but the confidence we feel with long hair can outweigh the downside. Long hair needs regular trims, a healthy diet, and plenty of TLC. Long hair maintenance becomes even more troubling once we reach our 40s and 50s. Physiological challenges, including menopause, can hinder our ability to “grow it, show it — long as I can grow it” as the song lyrics go.