How to Make thin hair look thick -10 tips

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  • I've used sexy hair, tressemme, pantene, l'oreal, Neutrogena, Argan oil, keratin oil, organix, suave, and now I'm on Aussie. Aussie smooth and off brand tressemme help's my hair stay smooth, the rest literally flattened, made my hair fall out worse,or was way too drying and tangled my hair badly or sapped moisture out if my hair making it like straw! Avoid alcohol, sulfates, and go organic! Do try co washing too. I've read ACV wash works great as well. Its just apple cider vinegar and water. Use essential oils to scent your hair too.

  • My hair is very baby fine. I guess I'd call it the curse hair. I've tried Aussie Ausome Volume and I've tried Hask and personally Hask has worked miracles with my hair. It has several great herbal ingredients in it. One was mint and it has natural thickening compounds. The other is a blend that has two other herbs in it that combined makes my hair super thick!

  • I found out how to add a ton of volume to my hair after washing it the first day. Perhaps it can help someone else with fine hair, which I am totally not used to. At one point, before Chemo and Thyroid Disease, I had so much hair it would not hold in any clips. Sooooo, long story short……searched out new ways to feel better. At night when I go to bed, I put my hair up towards the front crown of my head in a soft microfiber scrunchie. It is quite loose, but not loose enough to pull out since it sits on top of your head. The material does not rip hair out. When I wake up in the morning, I remove the soft scrunchie, and wa-la! I have instant volume. For extra oomph, you can add dry shampoo to the crown before you pull it up. Oh, and you MUST add a 100% silk pillowcase to your world. It takes a couple of weeks to notice the difference, but it redistributes moisture back into your hair, doesn't hold odors, keeps hair smooth, and is hypoallergenic. I've been using them for two years, which also is amazing for your skin. No wrinkles! I buy my pillowcases online from the same place and the quality is amazing. I'm not going to say the name here because I am not affiliated with them, but will give it to anyone who wants it via message. I hope this helps some of you!!!

  • This video just made my night- I have been wondering why I felt so blah in the mirror and realized it is my thinning hair. I feel so hopeful now because you showed me how I can fix it myself!! You are wonderful (and beautiful!!) and this cheered me up so much! Thank you sweet Elise! Blessings to you!

  • You know what really sucks? I have the fine, thinning hair AND it gets frizzy after blow drying. So I have to flat iron it, which of course, makes it hang limp. There's no winning in a battle with my hair, lol.

  • I have 4 times more hair than her yet I'm watching this video lol… I watch these kinda vids whenever I feel sick of managing my thick straight-wavy but awesomely soft hair to be grateful for the gift I have:)

  • Or to make it look thicker you can sleep with your hair in a high ponytail to make it look thicker and I naturally have really thick hair but my mom is a hair dresser and she says it works

  • It's funny how us fine haired girls eventually learn all the tips and tricks to best care for our fine hair. I already do most of these. I'm not as good as I should be about using dry shampoo instead of washing it daily though. Nore do I curl my hair or wear extentions. But every other tip, I do.
    What shampoo do you use? I've gone through many different shampoo brands before I found the one I use now which is dove oxygen moisture for fine, flat hair. I love it! And it's quite cheap as well. My second favorite is Big Sexy Hair. Also I use a product by Garnier Fructis, it's their Full & Plush Ends Plumper amplifying leave in serum. For Visibly Fuller, Thicker Ends. One pump worked into the ends of your hair while it's damp really does seem to make a difference for me. I'd suggest giving it a try. That's the only product I use. Besides a heat protectant on the very rare occasion that I might blow dry my hair. Thanks for your video ♡

  • It's funny how us fine haired girls eventually learn all the tips and tricks to best care for our fine hair. I already do most of these. I'm not as good as I should be about using dry shampoo instead of washing it daily though. Nore do I curl my hair or wear extentions. But every other tip, I do.
    What shampoo do you use? I've gone through many different shampoo brands before I found the one I use now which is dove oxygen moisture for fine, flat hair. I love it! And it's quite cheap as well. My second favorite is Big Sexy Hair. Also I use a product by Garnier Fructis, it's their Full & Plush Ends Plumper amplifying leave in serum. For Visibly Fuller, Thicker Ends. One pump worked into the ends of your hair while it's damp really does seem to make a difference for me. I'd suggest giving it a try. That's the only product I use. Besides a heat protectant on the very rare occasion that I might blow dry my hair. Thanks for your video ♡

  • die your hair a darker colour (not blond!) and cut it short if you can get away with short hair… I did it a couple of years ago and it made my life sooooo much easier 🙂 Thanks for the video anyway, I absolutely feel with you and recognized myself so much in it!

  • change the title…..thin hair is not fine hair…..those of us with thin hair have hair loss and need inspiration….those with fine hair don't have hair loss and the situations are different so don't mislead us thinning haired folk! thanks……

  • I have thin hair too! I try to make my hair look thicker by putting shampoo & conditioner on then I let it air dry for about 3 minutes then I go infront of a fan or a air conditioner, something like a cold air then I put it upside down then for the top head/forehead, I take a section of my forehead/top head hair then put it against the fan/conditioner until its dry, it looks great on me. You should try it

  • My hair is super thick wavy and long and takes FOREVER to blow dry I swear I have the strongest arms from just blow drying my hair for hours on end haha! Oh and it also takes forever to curl/straighten and in general style so I think there are positives and negatives of having thick or thin hair and we just have to deal with whatever we have

  • Thanks Elise, I really enjoyed your video.  I am 55 and have (obviously) always had thin hair. it's an absolute curse!  I find its a fine balance between using products to help and not using too many that weigh down my hair.  I had it really short with layers for many years and using mousse for that bouffant look.  Now its beyond my shoulders and I struggle with it still.  My combs and slides just literally slide straight out, almost as soon as I put them in.  Unless you have fine hair yourself you just wouldn't know the pain…

  • I thought I was the only person with thin hair who couldn't use volumizing products! My hair looks greasy and very flat when I use them. However sea salt products can help your hair look a lot thicker!
    I have long hair which makes it even more difficult to make it look thick so I plan on trying extensions. What kind should I use? I know you can use multiple clip extensions or a single big one..?

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