Dos And Don'ts To Follow If You Have Thin Hair
Do you have thin hair? Well, if you do, they can be both - a blessing and a curse. Wait a minute; thin hair can be a blessing? Of course, yes, if you look at the bright side – your silky smooth locks don't require as much hair product, and they possess natural sheen.
But of course, like each coin has two sides, there is another side to it too; from lack of volume to not being able to try different hairstyles, the struggles might sound far too real. However, did you know certain hair care habits may also be responsible for the lack of volume in your hair? And hence, we at Bella Vita Organic have prepared a list of dos and don'ts that every girl with thin hair should follow. Take a peek!
- Squirt Sea Salt Spray Before You Blow-dry Your Hair.
It is a well-known fact that thin hair lacks volume and texture. Therefore, spraying a little bit of sea salt spray before blow-drying will add the much-needed volume to your hair and ease the styling process.
- Use Dry Shampoo In-Between Washes.
One rule every girl with thin hair should follow is to avoid washing their hair every day. If your scalp gets oily or dirty, use a dry shampoo that absorbs excess oil, adds volume at the root and makes hair feel clean and fresh.
- Blow-Dry Your Hair Upside Down.
How you dry your hair likewise decides what it looks like usually. One approach to add volume at the roots if you have thin hair is by blow-drying your hair upside down.
- Do Not Apply Hair Conditioner To The Scalp.
Your scalp produces enough oil to keep itself nourished; it's the strands that need nourishment. We recommend you apply conditioner only to the shaft and tips. Using a conditioner on the scalp will make it look greasy and weigh your hair down.
- Prevent From Going For A Layered Haircut.
Layered haircut looks stunning on naturally voluminous hair. However, with an attempt to add volume to thin hair, don't commit the error of opting for a layered haircut. It will only make your curls look limp and flat.
- Never Put On An Excessive Quantity Of A Hair Care Product.
While there are recommended several portion sizes of each hair product, hair texture and length are significant factors to evaluate while applying a product. Too much of anything will only weigh down your curls.