From brows to bootys, we all want thicc erry thang.
And our hair is certainly no exception to this rule.
Well thin-haired hunnies, rejoice because I've put together your 'thin hair what to do' bible.
From products to styles, cuts and, of course, Halos, I have the seven best how to's for combating thin hair.
Just like abs are apparently made in the kitchen (I'm still yet to find this recipe), thick hair is made in the shower.
Volumising shampoo and conditioner are one of the most tried and true methods for combating thin hair.
These products contain less conditioning properties meaning they're lighter-weight and don't weigh the hair down as much.
So, while they don't technically add volume to your hair, they allow it to reach its full thickness potential by not weighing your strands down with dense ingredients.
To compensate for the lack of conditioning properties, opt for a shampoo and conditioner set that also contains some moisturising ingredients.
That way, your hair will be bustling with volume while still being shiny and hydrated.
@maddie.thomson wears the FINE halo in col. Beige Blonde + Dark Blonde 613/10 styled by @emmachenartistry
Call me bias, but The Sitting Pretty Halo is one of the easiest and fastest ways to boost your hair's volume.
annnd it also looks freakin' bangin'.
Whether your locks are long or short, we offer three different halo thicknesses, including: Fine, Medium and Thick.
With our extensive range of colours which can be customised, there is undoubtedly a halo to solve your thin hair problems, instantly.
After all, that is what we do.
So if you have thin hair, here's what to do;
Send us a picture, and we will colour match you.
Place your order.
And wait at the window until the postie arrives!
once you've received your pressie, GET YOUR SITTING PRETTY HALO CUT.
This is extremely important.
The Halo will almost double in thickness when cut to match your hair, and it will also save you from looking like you're rocking clip-ins form the early 2000s.
After that, style The Sitting Pretty Halo and enjoy hella thicc hair.
As well as what you're using to wash your hair, you also need to pay attention to how you're washing it.
This is one of the oldest tricks of the trade when it comes to answering 'thin hair what to do?'.
But, if you also live in a constant state of surprise at your own limbs, round brushing seem like more trouble than it's worth.
If you can work on your hand-eye coordination (something I have never been able to master), this is a handy skill for thin-haired hunnies to acquire.
Blowdrying is probably the best way to boost your volume, and adding a round brush to your routine will give you that lil extra va-va-voom.
For thin hair, here's what to do:
When blowdrying leave the round brushing to the very end.
Blow dry your hair upside down first.
Once the hair is 60-70 per cent dry, THEN flip your hair back over and begin round brushing.
Be very gentle and careful not to pull too hard as this will cause your hair to sit flatter.
@kristinamendonca wears the FINE halo in col. Beige Blonde + Dark Blonde 613/10. Styled by @emmachenartistry
Highlights are one of the best things you can do for thin hair.
They are a permanent fix for fine hair as they add texture and volume by roughing up your hair cuticles.
So, basically, if ya hair is bein' a lil punk, ya gonna rough it up.
Unfortunately, this is the same reason highlights can also weaken your hair.
So, if you go this route, your locks require a little extra TLC.
But as long as you're not going too OTT with appointments and bleach, then your hair should stay healthy.
If you're worried about damage, check with your stylist as to how you can best care for your hair.
@chontelleberryman wears the FINE halo in col. Platinum Blonde 60.
Thin hair? Here's what to do.
Sorry to be blunt.
But get yourself a blunt cut.
Not only are blunt lobs and bobs the peak of fashion RN, but they're also perfect for solving thin hair problems.
This strategic style bulks up your hair instantly, not only causing it too look thicker but to thicken up on its own.
A blunt cut is also a great protective style, as regular cuts keep your locks healthy, allowing your hair to grow more quickly, reaching its full thickness potential.
From breakouts to tantrums, our lives are entirely ruled by hormones.
(and mercury's never-ending retrograde)
But hormone wise, our hair is no different.
In fact, hormone imbalances are the leading cause of female pattern hair thinning.
That and stress, of course.
From beauty supplements to prescription medications, supplements and vitamins can be curative for thin hair.
Even something as simple as changing your contraceptive pill can have a significant impact.
Chat to your doctor or naturopath before you try this method.
Here's your 'thin hair what to do' styling edition - invest in volumising products!
Leave-in thickening and volumising sprays, mousses, serums and gels can turn your volume up louder than a Mykonos boat party.
These products coat the hair and give it grip, making it feel and appear thicker.
They also make it easier for you to manipulate your strands in more voluminous styles.
Chose your weapons and add them in damp hair then dry as usual to create more fullness.