Thick hair! What can be done?
If you have thick hair, you know that managing it can be a challenge. Thick hair can be heavy, voluminous, and often difficult to style. Fortunately, there are ways to make your thick hair more manageable and stylish. Our Abingdon hairdressers have put together some tips to help you make the most of your thick hair.
Thick hair tips
- Choose the right haircut.
The right haircut is essential for managing thick hair. A haircut that is too heavy or blunt can make your hair appear even thicker and less manageable. Opt for a layered cut to help remove some of the bulk and make your hair more manageable. Layering your hair can help to remove some weight, add movement and texture, and make it easier to style. A layered cut can also help to frame your face and create a more flattering shape.
When choosing a haircut, consider your hair type, face shape, and lifestyle. Our Abingdon hair salon stylists can help you choose a haircut that suits your hair type and face shape and is easy to maintain.
- Use the right products.
Using the right hair products can make a big difference in managing thick hair. Look for products specifically designed for thick hair, such as volumizing shampoos and conditioners. These products can help to add body and texture to your hair without weighing it down. Avoid heavy products that can weigh your hair down, such as oils and heavy styling creams. Instead, use lightweight products such as mousses, sprays, and gels that can help to add volume and hold without weighing your hair down.
When it comes to styling, it’s important to use the right products for your hair type and the style you’re trying to achieve. If you want to create volume, use a volumizing spray or mousse at the roots. If you want to create curls, use a curl-enhancing product. Always use a heat protectant spray before using hot tools such as curling irons or straighteners to avoid damaging your hair.
- Blow-dry your hair.
Blow-drying your hair can help to tame your locks and make them more manageable. Use a round brush to help smooth your hair as you dry it. Be sure to use a heat protectant spray to avoid damage.
When blow-drying your hair, start by rough-drying your hair with a towel to remove excess moisture. Then, use a round brush to smooth your hair as you blow-dry it. Be sure to use the nozzle attachment on your hair dryer to help control the airflow and direct the heat where you need it. If you want to add volume, flip your head upside down and blow-dry your hair in sections, starting at the roots and working your way down to the ends.
Thick hair tips
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