Every woman strives for thick, voluminous hair. But, for some, it just doesn't seem to come naturally. No matter what type of hair you have, there's one mistake you could be making that's thinning out your luscious locks.
According to celeb stylist Eva Scrivo, the type of brush you use plays a major role in determing your hair's volume. She says flat and metal brushes don't create enough tension, so your hair falls flat. So, what's the ideal type of brush to use?
The key to thick hair lies in a handy dandy round brush. Scrivo says that this brush style gives you a better grip on your hair to create more volume.
If your hair stills falls on the thin side of the spectrum after switching brushes, you might want to consider toning down the heat tools. Stylist Nick Penna says that turning hot tools up to the highest setting can lead to cuticle damage and unwanted hair breakage.
The next time you blow dry your hair after a shower, apply heat protectant spray and use a round brush to get thick, voluminous, Dolly Parton-approved strands. I was cursed with super thin hair, so I know the frustration, but I've also had good luck with blow drying my hair upside down. Thin hair, be gone!