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Urgh Hair. - August 2nd 2011, 08:58 AM

No matter what I do, it always looks straggly.
I have quite thin hair, I THINK that is the problem, but I'm not sure.
I'mma post a picture, I'd like you guys to maybe give me some tips on what to do and such ~



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Re: Urgh Hair. - August 2nd 2011, 10:19 AM

Hmm well you could try brushing it with a fine bristle brush after you hair has dried. Doing so while its wet could stretch your hair and cause damage. You could also comb it while its wet with a wide tooth comb.
Another suggestion I have is using some product in your hair. I think a leave-in conditioner or some kind of product for 'sleek' hair would work well.
If you bleach your hair that color, that could be damaging it which could also cause the problem.


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Re: Urgh Hair. - August 3rd 2011, 08:36 AM

I don't have majorly thin hair, but it isn't thick either. To make it healthier & seem thicker, I use a leave in conditioner (as Nicole suggested) & hair shine. I usually put it in my wet hair after a shower, let it soak in a towel until I take it out & sometimes I'll apply the leave in conditioner throughout the day. I've seen a definite improvement, so I definitely suggest this. You can also change your hair part to keep it from getting flat, which also makes it look thicker. Hope this helped!
   
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Re: Urgh Hair. - August 4th 2011, 12:09 AM

Hey,

If you have thin hair then I know there's some shampoos and conditioners that claim to thicken it. I've never tried any myself but it could be worth a try

http://www.superdrug.com/shampoo/sam...l/invt/523488/

I hope this helps!


   
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Re: Urgh Hair. - August 4th 2011, 09:28 AM

Thanks so much everyone ~ I'mma try all the tips given to me. Let's see how it goes xD
   
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Re: Urgh Hair. - August 4th 2011, 11:43 PM

i tease my hair to give it lots of volume
i dont have thin hair but i have and undercut and a side cut so if i tease it enough and were my hair right people dont even notice
and get some strong hair spray, and good shampoo and products it will be looking great in no time at all


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Re: Urgh Hair. - August 12th 2011, 09:01 PM

^ Thanks, I'm no good at teasing my hair ~ well no good with hair at all, but practice makes perfect! So I'll give it a go.

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Hey,

If you have thin hair then I know there's some shampoos and conditioners that claim to thicken it. I've never tried any myself but it could be worth a try

http://www.superdrug.com/shampoo/sam...l/invt/523488/

I hope this helps!
Omg ~ My hair is looking better already.
It sort of doesn't straggle as much since I began using this.
Thanks!!
   
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