Who would have thought that achieving volume on fine, thin hair would be impossible? Being one of those fine, thin hair gals, I have been testing so many products and techniques to achieve the big hair oomph and for it to last for over 6 years. I do find that it is easier to achieve volume on day old hair rather than freshly washed. I guess this is the same concept as curls lasting longer.
For freshly washed hair, I do like to use rollers, volumising mousse and a teasing brush. This will be explained in another post at some point as to how I do it at some point. For a day or two old hair, maybe three, hair products is all you need and maybe a hint of teasing. I use:
Batiste Dry Shampoo XXL Volume - Soaks up the excess oils whilst giving volume for a good amount of time however not long enough by itself.Are there any volumising products you would recommend?
Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Texturising Spray - Great to use after Bastiste to make the volume last longer.
Teasing brush - If you have stubborn fine, thin hair, add a little bit of light teasing to the roots. 1 to 2 strokes maximum. There are days where I don't require teasing. Is it strange that I can feel whether I need to tease or not?
Tresemme Freeze Hold Hairspray - To set the teasing.