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By Ellie Krupnick

“Just sleep with it in a braid,” friends have told me. “Just use some mousse and scrunch it with your hands,” others have suggested. “How about a curling iron?”

Nope, nope and nope. As any girl with fine, limp hair like mine knows, the easy fixes that work for wavy or curly hair won’t do their magic on volume-less tresses. Getting bounce takes a careful series of steps as well as non-steps, aka things you should not do. Here are the tricks women with straight, fine hair should know, based on my own hair journey.*

DO wash your hair often.

Curlier, thicker hair tends to be drier and therefore does best with fewer washes and benefits from the buildup of natural oils. But the minute my fine hair gets oily, it gets weighed down and screams out for a wash. More grease makes it limper. (Just don’t go overboard.)

Drying hair

DO NOT use conditioner on your roots.

Conditioner is used to improve the texture of your hair, smoothing down the hair cuticle so strands are glossy and soft. But some of the ingredients in conditioner, including oils and silicones, can weigh hair down. That’s the last thing your flat hair needs, particularly at the roots. So use conditioner sparingly — I just use it on the bottom of my hair, no higher than the nape of my neck.

DO NOT sleep on wet hair.

Thin, fine hair doesn’t bounce back into shape like thicker hair, mainly because it doesn’t bounce at all. I’ve found that sleeping on wet hair leaves my hair with weird kinks and cowlicks in the morning that I can’t get rid of without a straightening iron … or another shower. Which totally defeated the point. The only exception here I’ve found is to braid your wet hair and sleep on it. You’ll end up with some waves, albeit nothing close to the pro-level, Blake Lively style you might’ve beeen hoping for.

DO let your hair dry completely before leaving the house.

This may not be science, but I’ve found that my hair achieves maximum bounce when I am able to fully brush it out once it’s dry. When I leave the house with it wet and let it air-dry without a good brush-through afterwards, it’s even limper and more lifeless than usual, not to mention a little filmy-looking. Being able to give hair a good brush, particularly at different angles (try tipping your head over for volume), can inject some life into it.

Drying hair

DO blow dry your hair upside down.

Flipping your head over is the best way to get to the roots and really give hair that extra lift. Adding a little volumizing mousse to damp your hair — but just a little, see below! — for extra boost and sheen.

DO NOT use lots of products.

The biggest pitfall I encountered when wrangling my teenage hair was using products — specifically the trendy products my friends were using, like mousse and spray and the early 2000s favorite, “scrunching gel.” The so-called scrunching gel literally slid off my hair into a gelatinous puddle of gook. Lesson learned: You can only scrunch, tousle and zhuzh your hair into beachy waves if it has some waves to begin with.

Hair spray

DO NOT use a plastic comb on dry hair.

Staticky hair happens when electrons, which are negatively-charged, fly off your hair, leaving your strands with positive charges that resist each other. Plastic will make your hair more staticky, whereas a metal comb won’t, since metal is conductive.

DO use hairspray if you’re going to attempt curls or an updo.

Lots and lots of spray. Otherwise, that Drybar blowout will be gone within the hour. Good luck.

DO NOT get bangs.

This isn’t a hard and fast rule, and there are plenty of thin-haired gals who will look lovely with a fringe. But in my own experience, if having enough voluminous hair on your head is already a concern for you, cutting a chunk of it off to make bangs won’t help. What’s more is that limp, oft-greasy hair makes for even limper, greasier bangs, as the thin layer of hair will rub right up against your forehead. The more you touch them and try to fluff them (which good luck, because thin hair just doesn’t “fluff”), the greasier and stringier they’ll get. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

DO let hairstylists backcomb your hair.

Yes, it looks like a surefire hair ruiner that will take you two years to untangle. But for a more complicated, long-lasting salon hairdo (think: what you get done when you’re a bridesmaid), backcombing can provide that extra lift that makes a professionally-done style look glamorous.

DO NOT fight it. When your hair has gotten stringy and there’s no shower in sight, just put it in a ponytail.

Fine hair looks great in a pony. When it comes to being able to tie hair back, we fine-haired girls actually have it the best.

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5 tips to maintain healthy hair. https://salonmirotacoma.com/9a0344c85e738bdacb39629e8a91047522f5fa37f77e12c1df8852a42627dd25postname9a0344c85e738bdacb39629e8a91047522f5fa37f77e12c1df8852a42627dd25/ Sat, 06 Jan 2018 17:44:46 +0000 https://salonmirotacoma.com/?p=12548 Tip 1: Deal Carefully With Wet Hair Wet hair is very fragile and breaks easily. When wet, the shaft and roots of your hair are more prone to sustaining damage. Don’t be too harsh when shampooing. Breakage starts here, And also avoid brushing immediately after a shower. If you have to then use a shower cap instead.  Tip […]

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Tip 1: Deal Carefully With Wet Hair

Wet hair is very fragile and breaks easily. When wet, the shaft and roots of your hair are more prone to sustaining damage. Don’t be too harsh when shampooing. Breakage starts here, And also avoid brushing immediately after a shower. If you have to then use a shower cap instead. 

Tip 2: Regular Conditioning

Use a moisturizing. Never walk out of a shower without it. Missing this step could be the reason why your hair is frizzy. 

Tip 3: Condition The Right Way

Conditioning needs to be done right. Conditioners are formulated to seal in the moisture content in the hair shaft.  Too much conditioner on the scalp will only make your scalp excessively oily.

Tip 4: Use Same Line Shampoo & Conditioner

Choose a shampoo and a conditioner from the same line as it has a similar formulation.

Tip 5:  Don’t Over Apply Heat On Hair

Avoid using heat on your hair. Heat further strips the moisture content from your hair making it dry and frizzy. When overused, it can also burn your hair. Use iron/curl, straighteners only if necessary and remember to use a thermal hair protectant before hot tools.

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RAZOR HAIRCUTS https://salonmirotacoma.com/9a0344c85e738bdacb39629e8a91047522f5fa37f77e12c1df8852a42627dd25postname9a0344c85e738bdacb39629e8a91047522f5fa37f77e12c1df8852a42627dd25/ Tue, 11 Apr 2017 16:27:25 +0000 http://roysalon.com/?p=79 RAZOR HAIRCUTS Razor Cuts Q: Tell me the good and the bad about razor cuts. Who should get them; who should not? A: Razor cuts have grown in popularity again as the long straight styles came back into fashion. They are excellent for giving the hair soft-looking straight styles, adding texture and shaping the hair […]

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RAZOR HAIRCUTS

Razor Cuts
Q: Tell me the good and the bad about razor cuts. Who should get them; who should not?
A: Razor cuts have grown in popularity again as the long straight styles came back into fashion. They are excellent for giving the hair soft-looking straight styles, adding texture and shaping the hair into smooth layered styles.
Razor cuts are great for women (and men) with straight to moderately wavy hair, especially if you prefer a softer looking style.
Razor-cutting can be used as a technique to actually create the haircut, or simply as a technique to add softness and texture to scissor-cut hairstyles. However, you want to make sure that the stylist who is going to perform a razor cut on you is experienced in using the razor to cut the hair.
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HOW TO GO BLONDE THE RIGHT WAY. https://salonmirotacoma.com/9a0344c85e738bdacb39629e8a91047522f5fa37f77e12c1df8852a42627dd25postname9a0344c85e738bdacb39629e8a91047522f5fa37f77e12c1df8852a42627dd25/ Tue, 11 Apr 2017 16:26:35 +0000 http://roysalon.com/?p=77 HOW TO GO BLONDE THE RIGHT WAY. How to Go Blonde the RIGHT Way If you have dark hair, you don’t have to feel intimidated about trying a sun-kissed color; there is a way to go light that won’t destory your strands and leave you with a miscolored mess on your head. Just follow these […]

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HOW TO GO BLONDE THE RIGHT WAY.

How to Go Blonde the RIGHT Way

If you have dark hair, you don’t have to feel intimidated about trying a sun-kissed color; there is a way to go light that won’t destory your strands and leave you with a miscolored mess on your head. Just follow these tips. Your Hair Color Experts!

DON’T TRY THIS AT HOME
First things first: Leave the drastic color changes to the professionals. “It takes a lot of training to do it right,” says Javier. “You could lose a good amount of hair and ruin your hair completely.” Plus, at-home dyes don’t have the strength of ones available at salons, anyway. “You have to be a professional to use hard-core lightening products. And take note: If you already color your hair on a regular bases, We doesn’t recommend going blonde since you’ll just be piling on the damage (previously colored hair will need to be stripped out with bleach or a similar lightener first).

LIGHTEN YOUR HAIR IN STAGES
If you want a lighter look, it’s best to lift the color in increments, says Javier, who notes that this could take up to four sessions, depending on the hue you’re going for and the damage that that could cause to your strands. If your hair is in very healthy condition, Javier says you can get away with getting your desired blonde shade in one appointment. In that case, expect to be in the salon for seven to eight hours.
MAKE SURE YOU’VE MOISTURIZED BEFORE LEAVING THE SALON
We suggest a variation of masks and treatments before the guest leaves the salon. First, she uses a new bonding agent called B3 after the hair has been bleached to fill in any damaging holes in the hair strand. We follow this with a gloss (which adds shine) and a hair mask that she leaves on for 30 minutes to an hour. “I want to make sure the hair is soft and hydrated before you leave the salon.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AT HOME
“The first week, you have to acknowledge that you just stripped the hair of all its natural pigment, so hydrating the hair is the most important thing.” We suggests a leave in conditioner Indulge by Integrity on a regular bases.
PREPARE TO GET FRIENDLY WITH YOUR STYLIST
You’re about to see a lot of each other since a bold blonde hue requires a lot of in-salon upkeep. “Become good friends with your stylist, we see some guest every two weeks for a gloss, every four to five weeks for retouches, and sometimes even more often for a repairing hair mask in between appointments.

 

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