What’s the best volumizing shampoo and conditioner for fine hair?
- What causes hair thinning?
- How volumizing shampoos and conditioners rebuild thin strands
- Gain extra fullness from your styling products
If you have thin hair that’s in need of a boost, one way in which you can add body and bounce is by using a volumizing shampoo and conditioner for fine hair. These products are specifically created with ingredients designed to give flat hair a lift. In this article we will discuss volume shampoos and volume conditioners, and how adding them into your wash routine will give your hair a boost, allowing you to feel confident and assured as it exudes a healthy vitality.
What causes hair thinning?
Before we discuss which volumizing products you should be using in to add volume to your hair, let’s first look at the common causes of thin hair.
Most of us will experience thinning hair at some stage of our lives but, of course, it will vary in terms of severity. The most common causes of thinning hair include stress, nutrient-deficient diets, genetics and hair loss conditions like alopecia.
It’s also important to remember that some people have naturally finer hair that has nothing to do with hair loss. In these cases, hair is just smaller in diameter, giving the appearance of less volume.
Despite all this, your hair can look and feel thicker with the right products. Below we’re going to show you how to use hair thickening products when washing your hair, as well as some expert tips you can try when styling.
How volumizing shampoos and conditioners rebuild thin strands
Quite often, we add styling products like creams, hair mousse and sprays to make our hair appear thicker and fuller. But before applying styling products, choosing the right volumizing products to wash our hair with is an important first step. When it comes to the best shampoo and conditioner for fine hair, the TRESemmé Fiber Full Volume ShampooLink opens in a new window and the TRESemmé Fiber Full Volume ConditionerLink opens in a new window is our best combination. The system is formulated with a special volume control complex to help your hair from falling flat.
The TRESemmé Fiber Full Volume ShampooLink opens in a new window can be used daily to shampoo your hair. It’s formulated with ProCollagen & Peptide Complex designed to give your hair the instant lift and body you desire.
Follow up with the TRESemmé Fiber Full Volume ConditionerLink opens in a new window, which is considered one of the best conditioners for fine hair due to the salon-quality performance it provides. This volume-boosting thickening conditioner forms bonds between the hair fibers which helps create the extra volume that your hair may lack.
When using a volumizing conditioner fine hair, it’s especially important to only apply the product to the mid-lengths and ends of the hair, never the roots. Conditioners are designed to lightly coat the hair to give it a soft and nourished feel, so applying this at roots will weigh the hair down and counteract the benefits of your volumizing products.
Gain extra fullness from your styling products
While using the right shampoo and conditioner is an important part of learning how to thicken fine hair, there is more you can do. When it comes to holding your styled hair, you may think that you can’t have that bouncy blowout or voluminous updo you covet, but by using the right products you absolutely can.
We recommend using a volume lifting mousse like the TRESemmé TRES TWO Extra Hold MousseLink opens in a new window for the first step of your styling routine, as this a great product for providing lots of lift. Apply to damp hair and blowdry using a round brush to create movement and volume. Once you’ve achieved your desired style, set it in place with a volume boosting hairspray, such as the TRESemmé Two Extra Hold HairsprayLink opens in a new window for extra fullness and a sleek professional finish.
Now you are fully equipped to know how to use volume styling products and volumizing shampoo and conditioner, you’ll begin to see your hair take on a thicker, fuller appearance.