The Combination of Hair Products That Give My Fine, Flat Hair a Ton of Body
For years, I couldn't figure out my fine, wavy hair. Although I knew I had quite a lot of it, the products my friends and hairstylists would recommend weighed it down, making it look as though my hair was plastered to my skull. Luckily, becoming a beauty editor allowed me to try out a variety of products, brands, and techniques to bring my hair from limp to voluminous. Now that I've found the right routine, my hair is full of movement and body.
Ahead, find out the hair routine that helped my fine hair reach its full-bodied potential.
Shu Uemura Art of Hai Muroto Volume Shampoo For Fine Hair
While in the shower, I cleanse my hair with the lightweight Shu Uemura Art of Hai Muroto Volume Shampoo For Fine Hair ($48), which removes all of my product buildup without stripping my hair of natural oils.
Shu Uemura Art of Hair Muroto Volume Fine Hair Conditioner
I love to coordinate it with the Shu Uemura Art of Hair Muroto Volume Fine Hair Conditioner ($58), which hydrates my ends without making my hair flat or limp.
Redken Full Frame 07 All-Over Volumizing Mousse
The Redken Full Frame 07 All-Over Volumizing Mousse ($20) has made a huge difference in my hair. I spray out a golf-ball-sized amount and evenly distribute the foam from my roots to tips. In addition to giving my roots the lift they need and my lengths the body I crave, it also has heat protection.
T3 Cura Hair Dryer
The T3 Cura Hair Dryer ($235) is a worthy investment for those who frequently use a blowdryer. This one is able to dry my hair impressively fast without waking up my neighbors. I flip my head upside down and roughly dry my roots and ends using my fingers as a comb. I use a round brush to style the front pieces of my hair around my face.