i have very thin soft hair that has a natural wave to it. (It's long, to the middle of my back.) I guess they are calling it the 'tousled look'.
Because of this it looks fluffy and dry. (it's not dry mind you just looks that way because it frizzes out everywhere)
Was wondering what you may use to help make your hair shiny and soft and under control -without- weighing it down and or making it sticky or crunchy.
i've tried the herbal essences tousle me softly stuff with varying success but there is still a small crunch factor and a lot of fussing involved.
i can't just 'wash and go' anymore...shampoo companies are changing their formulas now faster then I can keep up.
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I have the same hair type! I've tried it all and this has worked the best for me:
-I use herbal essences shampoo (the orange one that's supposed to add body)
-then I use infusium moisture conditioner (its moisturizing but really light and doesn't effect the hair volume)
-i scrunch my hair with my fingers a little right after I turn off the water in the shower and fluff the roots
-i then use the herbal essences orange bottle body mousse and focus on scrunching it in mose near the roots
-i blow dry with a diffuser. it takes much less time and adds volume
when I go out:
I lift my hair in layers at the top and flip each layer the opposite way, spry hair spray on the roots, blow dry, and then flip it back over
that technique works every time and adds a lot of volume and stays for a long time
I'll show you a pic of my hair type it's very thin and fine but the stuff I do to it works really well and I've been doing it for years. It's about this length