DIY Blowout for Fine Hair

DIY Blowout for Fine Hair

IF YOU NEED A QUICK AND EASY WAY TO GIVE FINE HAIR VOLUME AND HAVE THAT SALON BLOWOUT LOOK, THIS IS THE POST FOR YOU. Yes, the all caps was necessary, and yes, this is going to change your hair game forever. Here is how you can give yourself a diy blowout for fine hair.

I have pretty fine, thin hair, so whenever I do get a blowout, it’s VERY noticeable. I’ve always struggled to add volume to my hair at home though. It felt like no matter what I did, I couldn’t get my hair to look like it did with a fresh blowout from the salon. Some people have two left feet. Others have two left hands for hair appliances. I’m the latter, so using a round brush and a blow dryer at the same time was close to impossible. This is why the Revlon One-Step Volumizer Hair Dryer is such a game-changer. It’s a blow dryer and a round brush in one, and it easily dries, straightens, and adds volume to your hair at the same time. Plus, it will add shine to your hair, leaving you with a smooth finish.

Step 1: Use a Heat Protectant Spray/Cream

The one I’m currently using the Kerastase Resistance Ciment Thermique. If you’re using heat to style your hair, don’t skip this step.

Step 2: Add in Hair Thickening Products

The ones I’ve been using are very affordable. I first use the Garnier Fructis Mega Full Thickening lotion to the mid and ends of my hair. Then I follow up with the Garnier Fructis Ends Plumper. I lightly massage a tiny by into the scalp and massage the rest onto the rest of my hair.

*TIP: Do not use too much product on your roots. This will weigh your hair down.

Step 3: Dry Your Hair in Small Sections

Turn on the dryer and start with the roots, and brush upwards to add volume. Towards the ends, roll the brush inwards. This will help define the different layers and give you that “blowout” look.

*TIP: The top layer of your hair should be the last part you work on.

Step 4: Use Dry Shampoo

To make your blowout last for another day or two, use dry shampoo. I love the one by Dove because it gives me volume and keeps my hair shiny.

Do you have any tricks and tips for adding volume to your hair?

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XoXo, KayMo


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