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How to make hair feel thicker

by Kerry Capewell, Hair care expert and stylist at Naturtint

To make hair feel thicker the first thing you can do is always have a regular trim every 6-8 weeks to ensure that the ends of the hair are blunt and free from split ends.
A particular good hair cut to make hair look thicker is a blunt bob, or if you have long hair by adding in a few longer layers can give the hair lift and provide movement.

If you have fine blonde hair add various shades such has caramels and golds using foils, this will help to create depth and show of your layers.

Alternatively for the brunettes a rich chocolate shade will give the illusion of volume and shine, such as the Naturtint 5.7 Light Chocolate Chestnut or for a non-permanent option the Naturtint Reflex 5.0 Dark Chestnut Brown.

Styling products can also increase the volume of the hair when applying to freshly washed hair before blow drying, in particular a styling mousse such as the Naturtint Styling Mousse which is free from Paraben, Silicone and SLS and is kind to both the hair and scalp without the sticky feeling that most hair mousses leaves.

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