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Hair Flair: Pump up The Volume

So how far do you take big hair! I say as far as you wanna go, just don’t sit infront of me in the movie theater. Teasing hair is a popular hairstyle for women these days. With the new products that are available on the hair markets, women are able to pump up the volume in their hair with little to no problem.

Like the women of the 1950s, women now a days are loving the pufffier look in hair. Even if you have thin, wavy, and curly hair, you can get the look. Read on for tips and proucts to try for teasing and pumping up the volume in your hair.

Try a Puff: If you have natural volume but can’t quite seem to control it, try a look they call “The Puff”. Start with a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, then apply a cream-based styler. Next, diffuse your wet locks and gather into a high pony.
Try: Matrix Biolage Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioning Balm, Redken Contour 08 Shaping Lotion


Boost Your Roots: For intense volume, you definitely benefit from a root lifter. Apply the product before blowing dry, from midshaft to root ‑- unless your hair is fine, in which case you should aim for the base of your roots only.
Try: Aveda Volumizing Tonic

Exaggerate your Ends: If your hair is curly or wavy, you tend to have body at your roots and not so much the ends. For balance, try adding more curls to your ends using a curling iron or rollers from midshaft down.

Mist for short hair: Contrary to popular belief heavy hairspray doesn’t pump up the volume all the time, especially for shorter hair. Spritzing into the air and walking through it is better or, spray into your hands and then run them over your do.
Try: Suave Professionals Flexible Hold Finishing Spray

Learn to back-brush: Instead of teasing your hair with a comb, use a flat-backed brush, which will damage your hair less since the bristles are spaced apart more widely.

Try: Mason Pearson.

Cleanse carefully: Use a volumizing conditioner and shampoo (even if you have curly hair) and apply conditioner only to ends. “These products are formulated explicitly not to weigh hair down.

Try: Dove Extra Volume Shampoo and Conditioner