Top Products for Fine Hair

by Viviscal Hair Expert on May 23rd, 2015
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Hair products for fine hair are critical if you have thin, wispy hair that loses volume every morning by the time you arrive at work. When considering how to treat fine hair, the key is to choose the best tools, techniques and products for thin hair. The best products for fine hair, or for thin curly hair, add or maintain volume without unnecessary ingredients that weigh hair down or cause breakage.

Best Products for Fine Hair

When considering a thin hair care checklist, there are certain products, tools and appliances that are must-haves. These minimize damage to thin strands while maximizing volume and thickness.

Hot rollers are key to full, bouncy hair. Steer clear of the velcro ones, which can pull or tear fine hair. Instead, choose fabric covered hot rollers. Leave in completely dry hair for 6-8 minutes.

A round boar-bristle brush is best because it’s gentle on thin, fragile hair. The round shape helps maintain your hairstyle while adding volume. Secret hairstylist tip: spray bristles with a static cling spray, allow spray to dry, and then brush through to style. This will protect against flyaways.

Good hair products for thin hair are free of silicones and heavy oils that weigh down hair. For fine hair care, it’s important to have a good hair thickening serum for women. Choose a serum with ingredients derived from natural sources plus creatine to improve the smoothness and volume of hair. Be sure it is free from silicones and mineral oils so as not to weigh down hair.

If you’re looking for products for fine hair that will add thickness from the inside out, try a clinically proven hair growth supplement. Nourish your hair follicles with vitamins and minerals to grow thicker hair right from the roots.

Hair Products for Thin Curly Hair

For fine hair care for thin curly hair, use a good blow-dryer with a diffuser. Don’t blow-dry with a brush, which could flatten the hair cuticle, causing frizziness and breakage.

Another key hair product is a good gentle shampoo that clarifies and cleans product build-up from strands without stripping the hair’s natural oils. This will keep curls defined and bouncy. Choose a shampoo that cleanses the hair and scalp without drying, to maintain the best possible environment for hair growth.

Select a moisturizing conditioner that is ultra-lightweight but nourishing. Hydrate your curls without weighing them down with lightweight Argan and hazelnut oils.