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    Attractive Woman With Long Curly Brunette Hair With Volume

    Hair With Volume Is Easy With These Volumizer Products

    What they do: They add extra body, bounce and the appearance of thickness to fine, limp strands by promoting lift, especially at the root. With proper use, hair can even look healthier.

    Why you need them: Without a volumizer— aka root-boosters—hair will lie flat, even with your most vigorous blow-drying move?

    How to use: Most stylants are applied to damp hair, concentrating at the root. Follow up with a blow-out, lifting sections up from the scalp using a round brush.

    Tigi's Catwalk Your Highness Thickening Gel Creme

    All you need are one to three pups of Tigi’s Catwalk Your Highness Thickening Gel Creme to make hair feel thicker, it also detangles and defrizzes.

    Anthony has a good review at his Art and Science of Beauty site

    Bump Up Volume Boost Comb

    Hair inserts like the Volume Boost Comb from Goody will “bump up” your hair wherever you want an extra boost.

    Rene Furterer Volumea Volumizing Conditioning Spray

    Hair products can easily weigh down fine hair. Rene Furterer Volumea Volumizing Conditioning Spray is super-light, adding natural body and volume that lasts.

    Volume Mousse from Defining by Davines

    Volume Mousse from Defining by Davines gives your hair super volume, soft hold and shine without any flakiness or build-up. Its mineral-filled Bio-Extender strengthens hair from the inside out.

    Rootful 06 Root Lifting Spray by RedkenGet to the root of the problem with Rootful 06 Root Lifting Spray by Redken. Apply it to damp roots and you’ll get a boost of light, lasting volume without any sticky residue.

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    Add Volume to Hairstyles for Fine Hair

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    How to Add Volume to Hairstyles for Fine Hair

    Lots of women have baby-fine hair, and when they choose hairstyles for fine hair they insist on wearing it long. With volume being one of the top trends for fall, we spoke to Francky L’Official of his namesake salon in NYC for tips on how to pump things up.

    • Tip #1~~Get the right haircut.“Adding layers is a great way to add volume and fullness to long, fine hair,” he says.“For an extra boost, you can texturize the top and bottom.
    • Tip #2~~For a full, smooth style, L’OffiCial suggests applying a small amount of mousse like L’Oreal Tex Aero Mousse, and blow-drying hair with a large round brush. “After finishing the blow-dry, I like to use four or five rollers on top layers for about five minutes.”
    • Tip #3~~To create big, fat curls, L’Oreal Tex Hot Style Curling Iron Fix is his product of choice. “I’ll use it with a medium-sized curling iron to achieve a fun, glamorous hairstyle.
    • Tip #4~~While you might be tempted to back-comb hair to fatten it up, L’Official gives teasing a thumbs-down.“I’ve found that it can create an unnatural look,” he says. “The trend now is to use something like rollers or a curling iron to add volume to hairstyles for fine hair.”

    Article courtesy of Harris Publications

     



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