I just found out that salon selectives isn't on the shelf anymore. That stuff worked perfectly for my mom. The traits of this spray were alight spray, that didn't separate the hair into stiff chunks. As far as a different line of product my nana uses dove for fine hair, it's advertised as being not overly conditoning, it also is supposed to leave natural, needed oils in your hair. Keep in mind all of use have to experiment with different products to find the right fit, Even then I have to change lines every month or two to prevent buildup. If you do have builup, flakes, without scalp irratation you can quickly remedy that, by washing your hair in dish detergent, a little goes a long way. You can also remove dandruff by using white vineger, it stinks, it is also quickly removed by a couple shampooings, do not use these treatments often, because using them to much will strip your hair and scalp. Good fortune. If you find a different product, or a better one , mom said she'd like to hear it. thanks. Another trick is holding the spray arms length away, letting the spray fall evenly on your hair, also never use to much styling product, that provents helmet head. Checking out newer hairstyles for your hair type, that takes some weight off your hair creating flip, volume, and appearence of fuller hair.
I Have Fine, Thin Hair. I Would Love To Wear It Longer And Straight But, It Just Looks Stringy. What Can You Suggest?
Try garnier fruits, not sure of spelling. Get the formula for your type. The fruit acid removes oily build-up. Also try very large rollers, this gives your hair volume. Use salon selectives hairspray. tease a little. not a lot, with your head bent over, looking @ the floor. Again get the formula for your hair type. If you blow dry with your head bent over, while lifting with a wide toothed comb you'll notice more fullness, remember nothing looks good if it doesn't look natural.
Pop into Boots Chemist and buy 'Lee Stafford's Hair Growth Treatment' Used regularly it helps thicken hair and encourage growth. It costs about £7. You use it in-between your shampoo and conditioner every time you wash your hair. It's fab