If you are looking for ways to make your thinning hair more voluminous, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog, we share four easy hacks that will help you to achieve a look of thicker hair without fuss.
The Right Hairstyle
Choosing the right hairstyle can go a long way to creating the effect of denser hair growth for those with fine and thinning hair. Light layers can add texture to longer hair, while a fringe (bangs) can be helpful in hiding hair loss around the hairline. Curls and waves can also be a flattering choice as they add instant volume and lift to the hair so that it doesn’t lay flat against the scalp.
The Right Hair Products
Thinning hair needs the right hair products to look its best. Products that contain alcohol can be too drying for thin hair, leaving it dry and prone to breakage. Products that are too rich in oils and hydrating ingredients can leave thin hair greasy and weighed down. In general, shampoos and conditioners that are labelled as volume-boosting will work well to make thin hair look thicker.
Micro Scalp Pigmentation for Long Hair
An innovative way to make thin hair look thicker is Vinci Hair Clinic’s Micro Scalp Pigmentation for Long Hair. The treatment is non-surgical and allows you to maintain a longer hairstyle while achieving a look of improved density. Specialist pigments are applied to the scalp (in a process similar to a tattoo) to reduce the contrast between the skin and hair colour in areas of hair loss.
Hair Growth Treatments
Using treatments to support healthy hair growth can help you achieve thicker hair. Though it will take a little longer the other hacks, these treatments will improve your hair, rather than providing only a cosmetic result. Adding a vitamin supplement to your daily routine, such as Vinci Hair Clinic’s Vitruvian Line, will help to nourish your hair from within by providing all the nutrients needed. Another good option is LLLT Laser Cap treatment. LLLT works by directing specific levels of light at the hair follicles to improve hair and scalp health with just 3 sessions each week.