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Fine Hair Help

While smooth, silky, and shiny, fine hair can also naturally be limp, thin, or lack fullness. But it doesn’t have to be. With the right products and styling techniques, you can plump up the strands, creating more substantial texture and volume.


Step 1.

Begin with washing and conditioning with lightweight products like DESIGNLINE Weightless Shampoo and Conditioner to add volume and fullness, while fighting frizz and adding shine. They gently wash and condition without weighing down locks with heavy oils.


Step 2.

Add body but not weight by using a volumizing styling product like Sexy Hair Big Sexy Hair Root Pump. It helps bring bounce and movement to your style. Spray it onto damp hair at the roots, then pull hair up and away from the scalp while blow-drying using a vent or round brush.


Step 3.

Once dry, use Paul Mitchell Spray Wax to add texture. Spray it lightly on ends to create extra fullness. Then follow with Paul Mitchell Super Clean Light Hairspray to hold it all in place.


Step 4.

Now that you’ve transformed your hair, make it last by skipping a day or two of shampooing. You can extend your style and refresh it with a spray-in dry shampoo. Sexy Hair Big Sexy Hair Volumizing Dry Shampoo is a fine hair favorite because it cleanses and moisturizes while makes hair look thicker.


Signature Style hair model with brunette hair
The right cut, styling, and products can bring the look of texture and volume to fine hair.
Having fine hair doesn’t mean you can’t have full hair with lots of volume. Talk with your stylist about a haircut that will create more body, and the best products for great volume.
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