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17 Tricks To Make Thin Hair Look Seriously Thick .Best forms of beauty

17 Tricks To Make Thin Hair Look Seriously Thick 

First off, there are a few things you need to avoid.

1. Pinterest is going to tell you to use coconut oil. Don’t do it if you have thin hair.

 “Oil just adds shine, it won’t actually make anything better,” Lily Yip, master stylist at Mizu Salon, tells BuzzFeed Life. “Silicones and oils just become a coating on top of hair, so it’s very difficult to remove. Eventually, it weighs down your hair and you get tons of buildup and it actually makes your hair look thinner.”

2. Steer clear of shampoos with ammonium lauryl sulfate or sodium lauryl sulfate.


“People with thin hair need to avoid detergents, polymers, proteins, damaging alcohols, and ammonia that is found in traditional shampoos in the form of ammonium lauryl sulfate or sodium lauryl sulfate. These ingredients are added to make the shampoo feel thicker and richer in your hand, and also to create the foaming lather people have come to expect,” Chaz Dean, creator of WEN Hair Care, tells BuzzFeed Life. “The reality is that these same ingredients are incredibly harsh and drying to your hair and scalp.”

3. Take major precautions against over-drying your hair.


Vidal Sassoon Global Ambassador, Duffy, tells BuzzFeed Life, “Over-stretching or straightening the hair shaft whilst drying it will take all the elasticity and natural volume out of your hair. Be gentle with it and don’t over-dry it, especially if using a round brush.”

4. Don’t overdo your hair color.


Many women actually feel more texture in their hair once it’s colored, but you need to be careful not to overdo bleach. Processing your hair too often, to the point of being fried, can seriously thin out your hair. Go as long as you can between appointments, and ask your colorist not to pull the color through every time.

5. And say good-bye to the super long hair.


“Medium to short haircut lengths are best for fine hair. The longer the hair gets the more it weighs itself down, resulting in even thinner, stringy looking hair,” Jen Atkin, celebrity hairstylist to Khloe Kardashian and Jessica Alba, tells BuzzFeed Life.

Now pay attention to what you fine, fine-haired people should be doing for thick, thick hair.

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