I have what you call curly fine hair. It looks thick, but my hair strands are really thin which can make it difficult for me to achieve the natural big hair look. A lot of you have been asking me about my most recent hair routine, which allows me to achieve big hair. Through the help of a new haircut and the style advice from T. Oliver Hair Studio, I've got this new routine down pat and I thought I would share. Follow these very easy step to achieving steps. Let me know if you have any questions.
Hair notes: You generally hear of people using a paddle brush to dry. I use a wide touch comb. The teeth are so wide that it allows me to keep some of my curl pattern in the first dry. Paddle brushes, for me, do too good of a job of straightening. Also, when trying to achieve your big hair look, the less the product the better. Use a little something for moisturizer, but nothing too heavy. As a person who loves cream moisturizers, a heavy cream can weigh hair down and interfere with creating volume. Finally, don't be afraid to respray and flip certain areas to get the desired volume/curl. Different textures of hair can exist on the same head of hair and some areas may be more difficult than others.
Products Used: Moisturizer: Curls Lavish Curls, Revlon Blow Dryer/Diffuser, Shampoo: Bangstyle Volumizing Shampoo, Conditioner: Bangstyle Volumizing Conditioner,
Shampoo/Conditioner courtesy of Bangstyle.