You’re not confident for thin dry hair? You want your hair look gorgeous and thicker. Here’s some trick will help you out
Mousse It Up
Mousse gives roots a boost and creates volume without stickiness. Avoid creams and heavy gels, which weigh hair down. Work the mousse into damp hair and comb through so all of the strands are coated.
Don’t subject your hair to more wear and tear than necessary—let it air-dry 80 percent, then use a round brush to lift the roots and smooth the ends. And don’t part your hair where you normally do before you blow-dry. It will wind up flat along the part, which is exactly where you want some height. Instead, part your hair on the opposite side.
When you’re done blow-drying, flip it back and you’ll have gorgeous volume.
If your hair is thin at the crown but still thick in front, try bangs to create a fuller look. To go a step further, take a slice of hair underneath the bangs and color it two shades darker than the rest of your hair color. When you bring the top layer of fringe down over it, your bangs will look thicker because of the deeper color underneath.
Ask your stylist to cut the under-layer of your hair half an inch shorter than the top layer. This will add fullness. Never let anyone use a razor, though, because that can create frayed ends that make your hair look wispier. To give heft to fine or thin hair, keep ends blunt.
Keep Your Hair Above Shoulder Length
Once it hits the tops of your shoulders, your hair breaks up and looks thinner. If it’s shorter, it will appear thicker.
If your hair is full at the crown, but wispy from the mid-length to ends, Vietnam hair extensions can give you a lush style in minutes. Today’s synthetic versions look completely natural