5 tips to bounce back from fine hair
Fine hair vs. Thin hair – what’s the difference? The terms may be used interchangeably but there is one major difference between the two: Fine hair refers to the diameter of each individual hair strand while thin hair refers to the overall density of your entire head of hair. Despite their difference, both hair types struggle from the same main hair concern – a lack of volume.
Thin hair and fine hair are both prone to hair falling flat and feeling lifeless due to a lack of thickness in the hair resulting in less volume and body. Women or men can bounce back from fine hair by following these 5 tips:
use a lightweight shampoo
The most important step in developing a routine for fine hair is finding the right shampoo and conditioner. When it comes to thin hair or fine hair, avoid heavy products that will weigh your hair down. For volume and body, use a lightweight formula that will thicken fine hair, such as our Muroto Volume shampoo and conditioner that is specifically developed for fine hair. Muroto Volume gently cleanses, conditions, and infuses long-lasting hair volume. It creates a re-balance of natural oils and leaves strands supple with a weightless finish. The hair fiber is fortified, protected against damage and is able to maintain bounce and movement.
avoid tangled hair with
a deep conditioning
Volumizing products can often leave hair feeling dry and overworked, resulting in easily tangled hair. Avoid tangled hair by keeping your hair moisturized and conditioned and using a deep conditioning hair mask once or twice a week. To avoid weighing your hair down, look for a hair mask with a lightweight formula. Muroto Volume hair mask for fine hair infuses long-lasting hair volume, lightweight conditioning, a weightless lift and the nourishment of a deep conditioning hair treatment.
don’t be afraid of
Using a volumizing hair mousse can do wonders for fine hair. Volumizing hair mousse instantly adds lift at the root and creates volume and body throughout the hair. The key to avoiding heavy product buildup that will weigh your fine hair down is choosing a hair mousse that is lightweight and does not leave a crunchy residue. Awa Volume hair mousse leaves a weightless silky finish, smooth touch and added body from root to tip by vitalizing the hair fiber. Great for air dry styling, voluminous blowouts and bedhead hair.
blow dry your hair
Add instant volume to your hair by simply flipping your head while you blow dry. Blow drying your hair upside down will add instant volume to the root and create a natural lift in the hair. To seal in your style, finish your blow-out by setting your hair with Moya Hold Hair Spray to lock in volume and long-lasting body all day.
add body with a
Whether you prefer heat styling or air dry styling, Muroto Volume Hydro-Texturizing Hair Mist thickens fine hair by providing texture and volume while keeping a natural look and enhancing natural movement. Hydro-Texturizing Hair Mist is infused with our precious ingredient depsea water that helps shape natural waves with a moveable finish. Depsea water is drawn from two-hundred meters beneath the seas of Japan and is a rich source of essential minerals and nutrients that provide ultimate purity and hydration.
styling hair tips: Apply Hydro-Texturizing Hair Mist before and after blow drying for the ultimate textured, beach waves look. Spray hair before blow drying to add texture and reapply when the hair is dry to help shape waves by swirling the hair with your fingers.