Not washing your hair causes oil to build up and weigh hair down, so make it a point to wash your hair frequently.
And do give it a good detox with a deep cleansing shampoo from time to time.
Curlers are your best friend
Want to add a little more life into your hair? Go with light and easy curls.
We’re stealing tips from Gigi Hadid’s stylist, Laura Polko on how to create a slightly messy look that adds effortless volume.
Stay away from conditioner
Hear us out, conditioner is great. It makes hair soft, helps to replenish moisture, and it can help to repair damaged hair.
But for ladies with fine and limp strands, conditioner tends to weigh hair down and elave it looking lifeless. Instead, skip it every alternate day, or use only at the very ends of your locks.
Tease your hair
Teasing might have a bad rep for making hair look horrible and frizzy in the 80s, but when done correctly, it could add some very much-needed volume to flat hair.
To do it right, lift sections of hair and back-comb the bottom part with a slightly-wider tooth comb. Start from the bottom, near the nape of your neck, working upwards in sections until the crown of your head, mist with a light hairspray for some hold before smoothing the top most layer.
Hold the products
For women with thin hair, layering on hair product after hair product may sound like a good idea if you’re trying to add volume, but only at first.
Products tend to weigh thin hair down and the voluminous effect you had at the start will straighten out and look lank before you know it. Less is definitely more.