Every women want her hair to glow and to look like she just go out from the hair saloon. We can afford going to hair saloons every day, but we can do something useful for it. Beautiful hair is something that every woman wishes for so let see how you hair can have bigger volume without going to saloons.
1. Change Your Part
Flipping your part to the opposite side creates instant volume at the crown; if you’re worried about looking lopsided, then do it while your hair is still wet. To build the most height, try a deep side part on the opposite side in dry hair, misting lightly with hairspray to hold.
2. Blow-Dry Upside Down
The reason this works is because upside down, your roots are automatically lifting off your scalp, which is how you want them to dry. Use this method to get your hair about 90 percent dry, and then you might do final smoothing with a round brush. If you have bangs, always dry them right side up first!
3. Use a Volume-Building Shampoo
you’d be surprised at the difference a good shampoo makes to your volume goals. Also go easy on the conditioner. Only apply it to the bottom half or third of your hair, and make sure to rinse it extra-thoroughly.
4. Choose hairstyle and haircut
The longer your hair gets, the more strain it puts on the root. When it’s weighed down, your hair will have a harder time standing up and looking as full as possible. By going for a shorter cut, you’ll put less strain on your roots and you’ll maximize the volume you can get.
5. Curl your hair
Curling your hair can add a lot of volume. When you do create curls, use outward-facing waves. These will draw the eye away from the center of your face, making your hair look even more voluminous
Skip the vigorous rub-a-dub-dub if your hair is fine or thin. Instead, gently blot your hair with your towel when you step out of the shower. Another great idea? Use a water-absorbing microfiber towel to avoid roughing up the cuticle. Doing so will make blowouts easier, will diminish frizz and is a gentler drying solution for fine, thin hair overall.