It’s important with fine hair to make sure you are not using anything that will weigh your hair down and make it greasy. Fine hair can be very soft and light and can sometimes be the hardest to blowout. With fine hair you should stick to shampoos that have the words like volume, thickening and light weight. I really like the Moroccanoil extra volume shampoo. It’s very lightweight and adds a nice shine. When it comes to conditioners you want to stay away from conditioners that say smooth or sleek these will weigh your hair down and make it flat. Try Moroccanoil extra volume conditioner. Once you have found the right shampoo for you all you need is a little product and you can be on your way to creating a beautiful blowout at home. Click here for more suggestions for shampoo and conditioner for fine hair.
Product’s– Something to keep in mind when you want to create volume in fine hair it may not feel soft when you are done blowing it out, but you need a styling product with grip to hold the volume. When you use products with too much slip in fine hair it will fall flat. Less product in fine hair the better. A lot of times I use a mousse like Moroccanoil volumizing mousse. I know its not the 80’s but mousse is a misunderstood product. It gives fine hair fullness and volume all in one product. If you don’t like a mousse that’s okay, try something like one of my favorite volumizing sprays Oribe Volumista. Its light weight but gives amazing hold and volume. You can also try the Oribe Maximista for an all over thickening effect. If you want to plump it up a little more when you are done blow drying you can take the Oribe texturizing spray, or a dry shampoo like Moroccanoil dry shampoo (light tones or dark tones available). Section your hair and spray the texturizer or dry shampoo just on you roots and hit it with the heat of the blow dry for a few seconds. You will see more volume then you could imagine. Click here for more suggestions on product for fine hair.