Hairstyles for Fine Hair

One of the biggest complaints women have when they come to our boutique salon in Kingston, Surrey is fine, ‘flat’ hair. Fine, flat, limp or thinning hair is a common problem for women and men. Whether the problem is due to genetics or ageing, every woman can have thicker, fuller looking hair. Celebrities like Renee Zellwegger, Victoria Beckham and Sienna Miller all make the most of their fine hair.

How can I make fine hair look fuller?

Robert recommends a great cut and colour that makes the most of your fine hair and makes the hair appear fuller and thicker. Metropolis stylists in Kingston know how to cut your fine, thin hair in a style that will suit your hair texture and be easy to do at home. Depending on your face shape and the health and condition of your hair, your stylist may recommend a fringe, a chin length or shorter cut, and the use of layers to give the illusion of thicker, fuller hair. Generally, the longer your fine hair, the thinner it looks.

Can I colour my fine hair?

Hair colour may also help give the illusion of fullness as the process can change the texture of the hair and highlights or other colour processes give the illusion of depth to the hair.

What products are best for fine hair?

There are also special in-salon treatments that will make your thin hair healthier and look thicker. Your stylist will teach you how to replicate the look at home and show you which products from L’Oreal, Kerastase, Revlon Professional or Style Masters are best for fine hair so you can have ‘salon looking’ hair every day.

Robert’s top tip is to use the right shampoo and products to make your hair thicker. His top three recommended products for fine hair:

  1. Volumactiv from Kerastase to give volume and control
  2. Orofluido to make the hair glossy and eliminate flyaways
  3. Style Master from Revlon Hairspray Number 2 to hold the shape

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