If you have fine, thin or thinning hair then you have probably tried a zillion so-called hair thickening shampoos and conditioners to combat that thinning hair frizz.
Trouble is, these work on thickening our hair by making it less oily – that is, making our hair drier.
It doesn’t have to be.
If your frizz is due to your hair being dry, here are a couple of tips:
1. Between your shampoo and conditioner, towel dry your hair. You would know that if you are trying to add face cream to a wet face that it won’t be absorbed as well, and it’s the same for your hair.
2. Use the hair dryer to partially dry your hair before adding in your styling products. For the same reason as tip #1
3. Resist the temptation to rub your hair vigorously when towel drying. You can do a lot of damage to wet hair as it is more likely to stretch and break. Blot and dab! Try a specially designed microfibre towel for women with thinning hair such as the Twist and Dry Towel available from Boost n Blend.
4. Don’t use a fine brush – in fact try not to use a brush at all. A broad tooth comb is the best option.