For best results, instead of using a moisturizing shampoo, use a shampoo that claims to “volumize” or build body for your hair.
Conditioners tend to smooth down the cuticle layer of your hair. This can lead to silky but very limp hair. If a conditioner is needed, use only a small amount on the ends of your hair.
When styling fine or limp hair, use a round brush in combination with a vent brush. Oh, and don’t forget to use your fingers.
Use hair gel sparingly, concentrating on the roots.
Before starting the drying process, visualize the look you are going for by posting a photo of the style you are trying to achieve on the mirror in front of you. Look at the photo from time to time during the drying process. You will be amazed at how your hands and fingers will help to produce a similar look.
Start the drying process by using your fingers to direct air flow to the roots of your hair. Be gentle and treat your hair with a light touch, vs. heavy-handed styling techniques.
Do not over-work your hair by brushing through the hair strands over and over. Doing this will smooth out your cuticle layers too much and the end result will be flat and limp.
When you feel satisfied with how your hair looks, give it a final touch by spraying it lightly with hair spray.
Now you’re ready to face the day with fuller, more luxurious hair!
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