How To Style Thin, Fine Hair
Hair styling is very fun and easy to do. Once done right, you can be well on your way to having that hairstyle to compliment any occasion. Here are a few quick tips on how to style thin fine hair.
For this video clip, I'm going to show you how to style thin fine hair and make it as volumized as possible. First of all, I'm going to use a heat protecting spray, I'm going to spray it all over, layer by layer. Make sure you spray from root to tip.
Then I'm going to comb it out so that we spread the heat protecting spray, and I'm going to comb from the bottom and gradually come up. So, normally, when you're curling, you curl it section by section, but today, because I want very rough loose curls, I'm going to leave the hair down like this and roughly grab a section of the hair and curl it very quickly. Usually, this process takes about 10 to 15 minutes depending on how fast you are.
If you want a lot of curls, it'll probably take 10 to 15 minutes, but if you want just a few curls, 5 minutes may be enough. So, as you can see, the hair has a bit more texture now, so a bit more volumized, but it's very rough. To finish it off, I'm going to back comb the hair, section by section to make it even more volumized.
Now, if you don't have a back combing brush, you can use a tail comb or any comb with very fine teeth. I'm going to take a small section, pull it out, and then comb it backwards underneath. Make sure you back comb the roots as well, because you'd like the volume to be from the top all the way to the bottom.
So, now that I've finished back-combing all the sections of the hair, you can see that it is more volumized. To finish off, I'm going to use a hair spray. I like to use silhouette hairspray, and when spraying, make sure it's from a distance, about 40 centimeters at least, and you spritz it very lightly, and you can also spray underneath as well and in between the layers.
So, here, you have very messy volumized curls, and that's how to style thin fine hair. .