USE VOLUMIZING SHAMPOO SPARINGLY Avoid using a specially formulated volumizing shampoo all the time, because the proteins they use to bond with the hair can build up as a residue and make hair look dull and lifeless.
HAIR CARE & STYLING VOLUMIZE THIN HAIR After washing your hair, apply a thickening spray and blow-dry through, using your fingers to create a messy, tousled look. This look works best on mid-length layered cuts.
HOT HONEY HAIR Give your hair and scalp a treat with an organic honey and olive oil conditioner. Mix equal parts together and warm in the microwave, then apply to clean, towel-dried hair, and wrap in a warm towel for 20 minutes. This will leave hair smooth and ultra-soft and shiny.
A PROFESSIONAL CUT A good hair cut can take years off your perceived age and give you buckets of self-confidence. Regardless of your age, your hair should look soft and flattering, and a clever cut will emphasize all your good points while drawing attention away from your bad ones.
GUARD AGAINST HAIR LOSS Thinning hair that falls out in clumps can come about as a result of a restricted diet. Hair loss from a lack of vitamins B and C and iron can be rectified with a diet rich in protein and vegetables. Packed with EFAs (essential fatty acids), flax seeds will make hair […] Read more
CALL A FRIEND Ask a friend or family member for their opinion but be prepared that they might not be flattering. An honest opinion delivered by someone who knows you can really put you in touch with what’s not working for you. Remember that they are probably more used to your face and the way […] Read more
FLATTERING CUTS Make your haircut work for you. Choose a hairstyle that has a side fringe (bangs) rather than a straight-across fringe, and a length that falls to just below the chin if you want to cover a wrinkled forehead and sagging jaw.
INDULGE IN A LITTLE CHIT-CHAT Always find time for a five-minute chat with your hairdresser to discuss exactly what you want. This time is vital for them to look at the texture of your hair and your face shape before they start to work on you. If you’ve been with them for a while, they […] Read more
PREVENTION IS THE BEST CURE Breakages and poor condition are some of the reasons hair thins, so take steps to prevent hair loss by restricting the use of blow-dryers – extreme heat can break down the proteins in hair – straighteners or chemical treatments such as perms, straightening agents and colouring. The more you abuse […] Read more
THIN ON TOP Hair naturally thins out as part of the ageing process, as the number of follicles capable of growing hairs gradually declines. A straight parting with hair that just hangs down from it on either side will emphasize the problem, so ask your stylist to create a style that incorporates colour and texture.