How To Get Bigger Hair Without Spending Any Extra Money
Whether you’re attending a big event that you’ve been eagerly anticipating or you just want some advice on how to achieve bigger natural looking hair for a day-to-day basis, here’s how you can achieve it for your hair type.
Don’t use 2-in-1 conditioners and shampoos. If your hair is naturally fine and gets greasy easily this is the worst thing that you can use. If your hair is thick or dry, these will still prevent bounce from your roots because conditioner is a heavy formula that weighs it down. If you want to use conditioner, apply to only the ends and rub between your hands. Don’t leave the conditioner in for longer than 2 minutes.
After applying shampoo, tip your hair back and run your hands through it in the direction that the water’s flowing.
Towel dry your hair. Dry with your head tipped forward for more volume. To give your hair even more volume, you could spray some dry shampoo, mousse, hairspray or sea salt spray onto your routes. You can make your own sea salt spray to create beach waves and volume by putting hot water into a spray bottle and then adding sea salt, aloe vera and lemon juice. Shake until the salt is dissolved.
To give your hair even more volume, you could spray some dry shampoo, mousse, hairspray or sea salt spray onto your routes at this stage. You can make your own sea salt spray to create beach waves and volume by putting hot water into a spray bottle and then adding sea salt, aloe vera and lemon juice. Shake until the salt is dissolved.
Leave your hair wet and tied up if possible for about an hour. Then dry with a hairdryer on the lowest setting on mid heat. Try to dry your hair from the root whilst leaning forward again. This will set the hair away from the scalp, giving more volume and bounce. Stop when your hair is completely dry.
Add velcro rollers and blowdry for 10 minutes to style your hair into effortless waves.
Backcomb your roots for a strong hold finish and blitz with some hairspray.
Use heat products such as a curling tong if you wish to get it exactly how you want for that ‘wow’ finish.
I usually wash my hair the night before styling it, it’s not as slippery then. It sounds strange, but I straighten my hair slightly before bed, then when I wake up it’s much easier to style.
Please comment if you have any extra tips that work for you.
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