Summer’s here, and after more than a year spent indoors, it’s time to get out and enjoy the warm weather. But even with your excitement for the new season, you might be wondering how you can protect your delicate, thinning hair from summer’s environmental aggressors.
Thankfully, we’ve got you (and your hair) covered. From tips to keep you looking your best without adding stress to your tresses to easy remedies you can do at home to ensure your thinning hair thrives, we’re here to help you survive summer and make sure it’s a worry-free one, well, at least where your thinning hair’s concerned.
What is the best volumizer for fine hair? Look for a multi-step system that addresses your one-of-a-kind hair biology. Better Not Younger uses ingredients backed by considerable scientific research relating to their effects on aging hair. Continue reading to learn more.
For many women, their gray hair seems to possess a personality all its own. Its texture is often coarse, unruly, and stubborn, causing it to resist many of our tried-and-true styling techniques. However, all hair textures can lack volume and body if you use the wrong shampoos or use them incorrectly.
There are numerous hair care products on the market professing to give our hair added body. Sprays, serums, mousses, gels, shampoos, conditioners — if your hair is thinning, you may be tempted to try them all. But what is the best volumizer for thin hair?
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 >>>
Finding a shampoo to add the bounce back into your hair and reach the volume heights you once had can feel tiresome, even futile — especially if you are using a shampoo not designed for your transitioning hair. The thing about your aging hair is that it is not just your hair color that is changing — your underlying hair biology is evolving, too.