How to Make Your Hair Look Fuller
If Mother Nature has dealt you fine hair, styling your way to thick-looking tresses can be tricky, frustrating and fruitless - even if your strands are, in actual fact, extremely plentiful. It’s a hair injustice that we Dirty Looks girls know all too well, and that’s why we’ve decided to kick limp hair into touch for good with the following tips on how to make your hair look fuller.
So, if your flat hair drives you to despair, read on to discover some Dirty Looks-approved tricks to make your hair look fuller. You’ll have unashamedly big hair in no time!
How to make your hair look fuller: Tip #1
Let’s begin at the beginning: our first tip on how to make your hair look fuller is to perfect your blow-drying technique. After all, an inept, product-free blast with the dryer more often than not amounts to a one-way ticket to limp, lifeless tresses. We swear by the Tigi Bed Head Superstar Blow Dry Lotion for adding oodles of voluptuous volume to our manes. Once we’ve worked it through our locks, all that remains to do is rough-dry our hair until it’s 80 per cent dry, before grabbing our Ibiza hairbrush and pulling each section of hair out at a 90-degree angle as we blow-dry. Bouncy, full-looking hair, here we come!
How to make your hair look fuller: Tip #2
An inconvenient truth: when styled straight, fine hair can look flat, thin and straggly. Fortunately though, switching the straighteners for curling tongs can produce amazingly full-looking results. To get a thick, wavy coif to be proud of, we recommend using large-barrel curling tongs like the 38mm Babyliss Pro Curling Tongs. To keep frazzled strands at bay, always remember to prep your locks with a heat protectant spray before curling. When you’re done, run your fingers through your newly-created waves for an instantly fuller-looking hairstyle - no matter what length hair you have!
How to make your hair look fuller: Tip #3
Our third tip on how to make your hair look fuller? Take a leaf out of your mum’s book and invest in a set of heated rollers. Alternatively, if you’d rather be getting some shut-eye than adding an extra step to your morning styling routine, you could always wrap your locks up in some Snooze Rollers before hitting the hay for a time-saving, sleep-maximising hair boost. Whichever method you choose, if you want to make your hair look fuller, be sure to work away from your face when winding your hair around your rollers for ultra-flattering, thick-looking results.
How to make your hair look fuller: Tip #4
Thinking about trying out a lighter hair colour now spring’s here? Then by all means, do; after all, getting highlights is a lesser-known way to make your hair look fuller! Not only does peroxide serve to swell hair strands to roughly double their original thickness, but the blend of different hair shades will also add dimension and texture to your mane and help to make your hair appear fuller, too.
How to make your hair look fuller: Tip #5
Last but certainly not least, if you want to make your hair look fuller in a flash, our Superior Set can work hair-plumping miracles. Amazingly discreet and available in a wide range of shades and lengths, no one will ever guess that your newly voluminous hair is anything but your own! For tips on how to apply our clip-ins to fine hair, click here for our simple guide. Alternatively, if you want to know how to use your hair extensions specifically to increase volume, click here for the details. Lustrous, full-looking hair on demand? How could we possibly refuse?
With these tips on how to make your hair look fuller, you’ll never have to suffer the indignity of limp, straggly strands again. Do you have any of your own tips on how to cheat thicker-looking hair?