Best Styling Products for Fine Hair


We’ve done all that boring research for you and come up with the best styling products for fine hair! Keep reading for our list of fine hair must-haves.
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1. Shampoo
When you’re worrying about helping fine hair appear more thick and luxurious, it’s best to start out thinking about the one product that does the most work (and what we end up using multiple times a week): our shampoo.
You want to work with products that will help volumize while not weighing your hair down. Shampoos such as Nexxus Diametress Luscious Volumizing Shampoo and Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Lemon Sage Thickening Shampoo specialize in boosting body and adding fullness to thin locks (so you might as well use ‘em!).
2.  Conditioner
We totally understand that for some women with fine hair, the idea of using conditioner can seem a little scary as you might worry about it simply adding weight to your hair (that it just doesn’t need!). But the idea of using no conditioner whatsoever simply isn’t healthy for your hair.
A few conditioners out there that are light while still nourishing are Bumble and Bumble Thickening Conditioner and TIGI Catwalk Thickening Conditioner.
3. Volumizing Sprays, Mousses and Cremes
As far as working with volumizing sprays, mousses and cremes goes, you want to stay away from anything heavy that won’t help to increase volume and body.
You’re looking for products that will help lift the hair from the root and add fullness as well as volume. Putting a product like KMS Add Volume Volumizing Spray that’s a thickening spray gel that provides build-able volume (as well as heat protection).

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Or Sunsilk Daring Volume Volumizing Spray helps to give natural looking volume while helping your hair feel soft and beautiful.
4. Your Go-To Tools
To give fine hair real volume and lift, using the right tools on a daily basis can make a difference immediately and keep hair healthier over the long term.
Look for hair dryers that use ceramic technology and offer different speed and heat settings, including that must have cold blast. Ceramic, like in the BaByliss Carrera2, emits negative ions to eliminate static and reduce drying time, contributing to beautiful hair everyday and less breakage and styling damage in the long run.
Even with a fabulous dryer, it’s a great idea to give your hair a break from any heat a few times a week. Let hair air dry every now and then or use a dry shampoo to extend a great blow out for an extra day.
Best Products for Fine Hair
Also, if you’re someone who likes ultra straight hair a lot of the time, investing in a professional grade flat iron (that can last years on end!) with ceramic plates may be the way to go. One like the award-winning T3 Tourmaline Ceramic Styling Iron offers temperature control and ceramic plates that won’t singe your hair.  For more things to look for check out the best flat iron for fine hair.
Plus with this flat iron curls technique, you have a 2-in-1 styling tool!
5. Products to Avoid
For us gals with fine hair, we have to be extra conscious of what styling products we put in our hair because as just as there are some products out there that only help to make hair fuller, others are simply incompatible for fine hair and only cause trouble.
Now, every case (and every head of hair!) is different, but overall, it’s a good idea to avoid waxes, polishers and any molding muds because even though they exist to help add shine to your hair, they tend to weigh fine hair right down.
Also, avoid heavy finishing sprays that have silicone in them (or at least don’t over-do it) because in the end all you’ll be left with is a greasy head of hair.

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