I have thick hair by nature, and I cannot stand it. However, I know that there are more women out there who would rather have thick hair than thin limp looking hair.
Over the years I came across numerous products that managed to make my
thick hair even thicker than usual. Products that I know would do
something for those of you looking to add some volume to your thinner
The first is Flex hair care products. Every
Flex product I have used managed to truly pump up the volume!
Flex's simple Balsam & Protein shampoo/conditioner in particular
added an inch or so of volume! That is not the wicked part though, the
wicked part is that Flex also sells Volumizing shampoo, and conditioner.
The reason so many don't know about Flex is because it is cheap. Right
away people knock on it due to it's very low price, but 'low' and
behold Flex is the all time best shampoo or conditioner to use if you
are looking to add a LOT of extra body to your hair.
You can find it in any superstore for under $3.00. Drugstore.com has
the extra body conditioner on sale now for only $2.69, which is well
worth it compared to what you will pay for other shampoos and
Besides Flex, there is another highly praised shampoo/conditioner out there that people are going crazy over. It is called Big Sexy Hair, Extra Big Volume.
Big Sexy Hair has many products you can try when it comes to adding
volume to your hair. Nearly every product they have is praised in
reviews, so if you are looking for some thick volumized hair, than
definitely give this company a try.
They are a bit pricey than standard shampoo and conditioner, but people truly swear by this stuff.
Another solution to adding volume to hair would be to tease it, but
seriously teasing hair can create some really tragic long term results.
An easier way to volumize hair, without totally ruining it would be to
add simple plastic hair rollers to your hair.
The best results occur when you use the rollers on slightly damp hair.
Leave the rollers in overnight while you sleep. When you wake up,
remove the rollers, and brush your hair out for thicker fuller hair. The
result of course is temporary, but it looks fantastic and works really
My final tip is to blow dry your hair from the bottom, and work your
way up. Start at the ends of your hair, and work your way up allowing
air to circulate near the scalp. It will pump up the volume near your
scalp where you really need volume.