We know the trick to get longer, fuller hair: Eat protein-rich foods, take essential vitamins and practise good hair habits. But sometimes, we just don’t have the luxury of time to do so, and this is when we turn to these five hair products to get a gratifying look for our extremely fine hair.

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  1. Volumizing Spray. When styling with a blow-dryer, a volumizing product is essential for creating body and bounce on damp hair. Gels and creams that promise to enhance hair volume tend to go awry quickly – pomades and creams tend to weigh hair down, while gels make hair crunchy and sticky. This is the very reason why we tout volumizing sprays as the best method to infuse volume in hair sans any adverse effect.

 

  1. Mousse. If your last encounter with hair mousse was in the 1980’s, then you’re not alone. The good thing is the mousses of today no longer present the same issues that their predecessors had. In fact, they can already give you the volume that you need without making your hair feel brittle or crunchy. The polymers and proteins in a good mousse are actually ideal for making your hair look and feel plentiful than it really is.

 

  1. Texturizing Spray. Want to give a sexy, tousled texture to your fine hair? Then stock up some good texturizing spray. Just use them as a finishing touch for your styling routine in place of your favourite hairspray to give your locks a better hold and texture throughout the day. Lightly mist your texturizing spray all over your hair, then use your hands to tousle and add more definition.

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  1. Lightweight Conditioner. Even fine hair still needs to be conditioned to get rid of split ends and dryness. But instead of using heavy formulas, opt for lightweight conditioners to soften, detangle and nourish your hair without using tons of moisturizing ingredients. Just remember to avoid your roots entirely, and only condition the lengths and ends of your hair.

 

  1. Clarifying Shampoo. Oil and grime build-up in the roots is what weighs fine hair down big time, which is why it’s in your best interest to keep your hair and scalp clean to help volumizing products do their job. Look for shampoos set in clear formulas instead of the white pearly ones, as they tend to contain lots of moisturizing ingredients that fine and oil-prone hair doesn’t need.

Styling and giving life to fine hair doesn’t need to be that difficult. Just stock up on the following products and practise good hair habits, and you’ll be able to style your fine strands any way you want.

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