The One Thing Girls With Fine Hair Should Never Do
April 7, 2016
Having fine hair is tough. You can start off the day with great, volumnous hair… but just a few hours later be left with a lifeless, sad situation. Fine hair is fickle and can lose it’s luster from things like heavy product. (I’m not judging folks, this is my exact hair type!!).
Always in the search of tips for managing my fine hair, I tracked down Matrix SoColor Stylist Nick Stenson to find out how hair pros handle hair just like mine. And what do you know! He just consulted Hills alum Lo Bosworth on her own fine-hair situation, and shared step-by-step tips for dealing with this type:
“Lo has great hair with dimension, but her hair is also very delicate. It’s important to stay away from any heavy pomades, creams and oils, and use products that are specifically targeted for your fine hair type,” Nick explained. Okay, yea, that makes sense!
“Products like Matrix Oil Wonders Volume Rose is perfect because it allows women to achieve all the things they want like: volume, strength and fullness that without ingredients that may not be suitable for their hair type to achieve.”
If you have thin hair and want to get the best possible results with your products and styling, here’s what Nick did with Lo’s hair:
First, use Matrix Oil Wonders Volume Rose Shampoo and Conditioner to “remove build up and add some nourishment.”
Then towel-dry hair and use Wonders Volume Rose Mousse evenly throughout. “This is the most important step,” he explains, “As the mousse is the final seal to really hold in the volume.”
Next, blow dry with a round brush for smoothness, and once dry, take small sections and apply a small amount of Matrix Oil Wonders Volume Rose Hair Spray evenly through the hair strand before curling the hair.
Once complete brush out the curls and apply spray for a beautiful finish.