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Shampoos, sprays, and concealers Share your opinions and experiences about various shampoos, conditioners, hair sprays and concealers.

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Old 02-29-2016, 08:29 AM
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Question Best product to style thin hair?

As my hair is thin what is the best product to style it so it doesn't look more thinner that it already is?

I usually use American Crew Fiber or Dax wave and groom hair dress which is a type of wax (red tin). Any better suggestions I could try?

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Old 02-29-2016, 11:15 AM
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Isn't Toppik a fiber? I don't want fibers but something to enable me to style / hold my hair.
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This is a bit of a contradiction in that any gel or wax will naturally make your hair appear thinner than when its completely dry--just how it goes. Toppik is tremendous at adding volume.

I personally like leave-in conditioners. Much lighter hold but also leaves the hair less clumpy as a result.
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Isn't Toppik a fiber? I don't want fibers but something to enable me to style / hold my hair.
You are searching for the Loch Ness mountain with your hair situation.
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You are searching for the Loch Ness mountain with your hair situation.
Lol! Fair enough maybe I was being a bit optimistic.

@ esrec: I've never tried leave in conditioners so may give them a try. Thanks
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Aveda Grooming Clay. And some Toppik. *nods sagely*
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I'm using got2b volume styling powder at the min and find it great! Styles the hair great and adds loads of volume with a great dry Matt finish. I have fine hair and it really helps to give it a real boost. Dash of hairspray to hold it leaves it strong.
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I'm using got2b volume styling powder at the min and find it great! Styles the hair great and adds loads of volume with a great dry Matt finish. I have fine hair and it really helps to give it a real boost. Dash of hairspray to hold it leaves it strong.
Sounds good, I'll check it out, thanks
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personally, I would buzz the hair . You seem to have a good head shape, and your hairline is still pretty good in that it will still frame your face well... I think it would takes years off your age if you kept it buzzed
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