Synergy is the secret to a
Hair Styles for Fine Hair.
Synergy happens in a hair style for fine hair when the finished look is greater than the sum of the individual parts.
What does that mean? It means you have little to work with, but
you make it look like a lot. With Synergy, your fine hair will give the illusion of full-bodied,
luxurious hair. Your hair style can be shaped to bring out your
eyes or accent you cheek bones or hide a pear shaped face. Think of
the things you do to your hair as if they are (literally) the make-up for your
face: promoting volume, increasing shine, and encouraging movement. In
short, you need to know how to give fine hair the illusion that it is thick,
luxurious hair. (also see hair
styles fine hair
on the HairCutsHairStylesForFineThinHair.com web page)
Hair Styles Fine Hair need:
A great cut: Design your hair cut so it is shorter on top.
You may want you hair to stand taller at
the top of the head, or longer on top. You may want your hair to lie flat
on top with longer bangs. Or, you can have both with short on the top to longer bangs if
you are following the fashion trends.
Proper Hair Color: Enhance the depth perception to fool the eyes
of others with proper hair color and highlighting. Believe it or not, with fine hair you want the color at the ends of your fine
hair to fade lighter so it will contrast with the new darker root color. So don't pull
that color through to the ends. The contrast makes the ends appear farther away
from the darker roots and makes you look like you have way more hair. Bingo!
Your fine hair looks thicker. Add some sunflower yellow shampoo to your
regular shampoo. This will shine up and enhance the highlights on the
ends of your hair.
Shampoo & Conditioner for Fine Hair: Your shampoo should remove
unwanted minerals that weigh down hair. Your conditioner should
replenish lost moisture in your hair without adding weight.
Deep Conditioning Treatment for Fine Hair: These treatments
should be used weekly to pump up the volume
and give your hair more body.
Styling Aids & Tools for Fine Hair: Use styling tools and styling
aids that add support, hold and add volume without weighing down hair and
adding a lot of product buildup.
Texture Adding Products for Fine Hair: Try light wax or
texture cream or even a perm.
If you don't have any curl in your hair a perm can be a big help.
A Daily Routine for Fine Hair: If you daily routine does not allow you to take care of your fine hair, if you don't want to, or don't plan the time to work with your fine hair, your hair style for fine hair could easily fall flat. So be realistic and honest with your hair stylist about what you are willing to do at home. With some hair, every other day shampooing and styling just doesn't work. And of course if you're doing something very special you will want to shampoo, condition and style just before your event or occasion. So pick a style that is easy to fix at home or when you are in a hurry.
Fine hair means the hair shaft is skinny in diameter. Its like having a forest of skinny trees; it can be a dense forest (lots of fine hair) or a sparse forest (thin hair). People with fine and thin hair need the most help, as all the trees are skinny and there aren't many to go around.
Fine hair can easily show choppy scissor marks, so look for an experienced stylist with talent in precision cutting. Explore the latest fashion hair trends as they combine all the features needed to make a great hair style for fine hair (color, movement, shorter lengths and fun for you to play with and offer different looks). They look very good on straight, fine hair and give the overall illusion of thicker hair.
Layered hair styles and cutting hair into different lengths (texturizing) using
various techniques will create
contrasting looks and provide internal texture. New layering trends
like "slide cutting," "point cutting," "notching," and using
various "over-direction techniques" can be used to
increase body and volume. It can also be used to decrease weight by making
you hair shorter, but only where it needs to be, to give you extra volume.
Use volumizing hair shampoo and volumizing hair conditioners that are specifically designed for fine hair through the miracle of Molecular NanoTechnology by the Colure Company & others. Also, be sure to use hair care products that contain proteins. Your hair is, primarily, made up of proteins. Adding protein back into your hair through shampoo, conditioner, and protein treatments can help plump-up your fine hair.
When selecting hair products for fine hair, look for those products that both add volume and reduce the weight of your hair by removing the minerals deposited from your water. Put your hair on a steady diet of mineral removing products. They will leave your hair feeling lighter - because it is lighter when it is not being weighed down with all those extra minerals from your water ( see EC Mode Making Water Well) .
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