Styling Tips For Fine Hair
To help you obtain the fairytale locks of your dreams, we have some easy pointers for each hair type, on how to tweak your routine for best results and choose the right hair products to suit you.
On today’s blog, we will be looking at how to work with fine hair, but keep checking back for future blogs on other hair types too!
Use A Leave-in Conditioner
Fine hair tends to be flyaway and often, when styled without product, you might find that you struggle to create a smooth, sleek finish. However, using styling product often isn’t an option for fine hair because they leave you looking lackluster or maybe even a little greasy. It’s a catch 22! If this sounds like you, the best thing you can do is to switch your regular conditioner to a leave-in conditioner like our 4-in-1 conditioner (now available in our wonderful Amber Rose scent!). This provides gentle hold and deep nourishment without weighing the hair down. By using just a small, pea-sized amount, you’ll be left with a smooth finish without having to use hairsprays or tricky styling techniques.
Keep It Cool
When drying your hair, always opt for the lowest setting on the coolest temperature and angle the air down the hair shaft, never up or across. This will not only help to reduce heat damage (which happens pretty easily on fine hair), but it will also help reduce frizz and hold style. Avoid rough drying with a towel as much as possible and dry with a hair drier until at least 90% dry, using your hand and fingers to comb, before using your brush.
Turn Up The Volume
Choosing the right hair products for fine hair can be difficult, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have any. For added volume, ditch the drying, volumizing shampoo and instead, add a little lift at the root using our award-winning dry shampoo. For fine hair, you’ll want to avoid using most products at the root and instead, start from the tips up, but for dry shampoo a little dusting along your parting can work wonders and provide a great pick-me-up.