Give Baby Fine Hair a Boost
Baby Fine Hair Strategies
Baby fine hair can look limp if worn too long . . . unless you know a trick or two. Use these pro tricks to give fine hair some extra added life. Spray in a root-lifter before blow-drying hair. Lift hair straight up and direct heat at the roots to add fullness, or use a round brush for lift and body. Then, set in velcro rollers and lightly spritz with a finishing spray – wait 15-20 minutes and remove rollers. Shake hair out upside-down and gently break up hair with your fingers for full, luscious locks! As hair grows longer, add long layers to make curly ends extra dynamic.
This trick is an oldie but goodie. Create a deep side part hair and it will make your hair appear much thicker than it actually is. Blowy-dry for big volume, then direct the lighter side to curve forward or tuck it behind your ear. A faux bang makes hair look extra full and helps frame your face. In back, shorter layers can be flicked out for another fuller look.
There aren’t many longer hairstyles that work well with fine hair, but this one is fabulous. Thick, blunt cut bangs are bold and vogue while flat-ironing showcases sleek shine. Last but not least, ombre lightened ends add sexy softness and a splash of highlights throughout create dimension and added fullness.
Going super-short hides the fact that hair is fine and gives you an edgy look that’s intentionally light and airy. Soft sideburns and a curved, faux fringe soften strong exterior lines. Just comb and go, and you’ll never have to worry about your hair’s fineness being a drawback again.
Haircolor coats strands, making them a bit thicker, but where hair color really comes into play is when you use more than one shade to add dimension to your baby fine hair. Here, bright firery red frames the hair cut, while darker auburn lowlights high add depth. Deep side-part the hair and wear it in a sleek bob to show off a strong shape.
A feminine mid-length hair cut makes hair look like more than the sum-of-its-parts, by using soft, face framing layers and a blunt fringe. For extra volume, use a thickening mousse and blow-dry sections with a round brush. Lift hair at the crown straight up as you blow-dry the roots and lightly spritz with a finishing spray.
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