Anybody with fine hair?

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  1. Eveadel

    Eveadel Well-Known Member

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    I have really fine hair and not much of it. Since having Isabella it has got even less. Im really worried that is will be transparent within 5 years or if I have another baby. What products do you use on your hair to give it more body?
     
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    leckershell Well-Known Member

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    The volume conditioner that Avon do is pretty good :)
     
  3. glitzyglamgirl

    glitzyglamgirl Well-Known Member

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    You could try highlights as it seems to thicken the hair up....tho definitely get it done at a good hairdressers :D
     
  4. Lou

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    Having some layers cut into it might help make it appear fuller and thicker but if you don't want it cut then just try out some different volumising shampoos and conditioners. My hair has really thinned out too since I had Isaac but my hair was very thick before so now its not too bad although I wouldn't want it any thinner tbh.
     
  5. Eveadel

    Eveadel Well-Known Member

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    This is quite a serious worry for me. My DH bought some hair extensions for me which I put in myself but my hair is going really fine I have to be careful that they dont show through.

    I have to be very careful with layers as they can make my hair look even thinner.
     
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    leckershell Well-Known Member

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    My hairdresser said putting layers into fine hair is a bad idea as the cut away bits will make the hair seem thinner. She put a sweeping fringe on mine and made the ends flick out to make it go round my face better and give it more shape and the idea of more volume.
     
  7. lozzi

    lozzi Well-Known Member

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    TBH, your best bet, is to get an appointment in a really good hairdressers, ask for some Highlights and low lights to enhance the appearance of volume, also have you considered having a different style/length? Any hairdresser worth there money, will be able to give you the perfect CUT to make it appaer much thicker...

    Hope this helps :)
     

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