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11 Ways to Make Your Hair Look Naturally Fuller

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Kate MurphyGuest Blogger
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We all would love to have full, bouncing locks everyday, all day. But the reality is that only a lucky few were born with flowing, gorgeous hair. The rest of us go on, making do with what we have. While we can’t change the given texture of our hair, there are ways to make hair look thicker than it really is. Here are eleven tips and tricks to fake naturally fuller hair.

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11 Ways to Add Volume to Your Hair

  1. Get a good cut

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    Your hairstylist is a magician with scissors and knows all the tricks to make your hair look its best. Explain to them your hair concerns and that you want a cut, which gives the illusion of more volume. For example, an angled or ruffled bob can give shape and body to thin tresses. Visit birdy.com for more hairstyle ideas.
     
  2. Lift at the roots

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    Targeting the hair at your scalp is one easy way to add volume and body. Using the light heat setting, blow dry your hair until it is slightly damp. Follow up by adding a volumizing product at the roots and to set the lift – your hair will look and feel fuller.
     
  3. Velcro rollers

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    Having all the right hair tools is imperative to achieving the effect of fuller hair. Remember those Velcro rollers your grandma wore religiously at night? Well, it’s time to get your own set because these old-fashioned hair tools work when it comes to creating volume. Use them correctly and people will think you just paid a visit to the blow-out bar. Another bonus - Velcro rollers do not require heat, so they won’t cause damage and dryness, which is the last thing your fine, thin hair needs. We love the Conair Think Big Mega Self-Grip Rollers available at Target. For tips on how to use Velcro rollers, take a look at bustle.com.
     
  4. Give your hair some curl

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    Another tool that can be used to create volume is the trusted curling iron. But use it sparingly because the heat can cause major hair damage. When choosing a curling iron for maximum volume, the bigger the better. Larger curls will make your hair look fuller and add bounce. Check out John Frieda Volume Curls 1.5 inch Curling Iron available at Target. And for more tips on how to add to add volume to hair using a curling iron.
     
  5. Add waves

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    For a healthy, heat-free alternative to using a curling iron, try the braid technique. First apply a volumizing product to damp hair and then split your hair into two large braids. Once your hair completely dries, take out the braids. Give a healthy shake and use hair spray for hold if needed. 
     
  6. Check your diet

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    Because, “We are what we eat,” your dietary choices have a direct impact on your hair. Make sure you are getting enough iron-rich foods such as spinach, kale, chard, and beans – all contain biotin and zinc, which support healthy hair. Protein is key and you can get it from chicken, lean red meats, eggs, whole grains, seafood, and low-fat dairy products. Avoid coffee, alcohol, tobacco, and processed foods – all deplete nutrients. And drink plenty of water! Visit eatthis.com for a full list on what to eat (and not to eat) for healthy hair.
     
  7. Indulge in a scalp massage

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    Here’s a good excuse to schedule an appointment for a scalp massage. A scalp massage stimulates healthy blood circulation to hair follicles, which can give a boost to thin, limp hair.
     
  8. Use a volumizing shampoo and conditioner

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    Make sure you are using a good volumizing shampoo and conditioner formulated for fine, thin hair. These products will cleanse and remove build-up while adding volume. Try Bumble and bumble Thickening Shampoo and Condition available at Sephora.
     
  9. Use volumizing hair products

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    Using the right hair products can make all the difference for those dealing with lifeless hair. For fuller locks, experts recommend applying a volumizing hair powder at the roots and using a volumizing hair spray, which will also work to make your hairstyle last longer. Try Big Sex Hair Powder Play and Kenra Volume Spray available at Amazon.
     
  10. Change up your part

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    Simply changing the side on which you part your hair will lift strands away from your scalp and add instant body and volume.
     
  11. The power of a good hairbrush

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    Ask any stylist and they will tell you that a good hairbrush is a game changer when it comes to creating full, bouncing tresses. Avoid round metal brushes – they can heat up when using a blow dryer and cause further damage. Look for natural boar bristle brushes or brushes made of flexible nylon. Check out the Black Boar Bristle Hair Brush available at Target.

Don’t let flat, lifeless hair drag you down anymore. Follow these tips and tricks and soon others will be lusting after your full, gorgeous-looking locks.


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Kate Murphy is a native of Pennsylvania. After receiving a degree in art history, she moved to New York City to test the waters. She enjoys writing about art, culture, fashion, design, and travel. In addition to writing, Kate works with artists, leads, street art tours, and moonlights as an illustrator.

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