Let’s be honest- having thin hair can be a rollercoaster. On one hand, it’s a breeze to dry and brush, but if not taken care of properly, it can look flat and dull. Fortunately, thin hair has plenty of potential to look absolutely fabulous- with the right products, voluminous hair is certainly within reach! Here are some of Salon V.I.’s, a local Bay Area hair salon, favorite three-step regimen to help manage and style thinner hair.
It’s no secret that thin hair is extra prone to breakage. However, Bumble and Bumble’s Full Potential line is made specially to help delicate hair regain its strength. Start your regimen by cleaning your hair with the Full Potential Shampoo. This wonderful shampoo specifically works to reduce breakage, making it the perfect tool to combat thinning hair. Just use it as a normal shampoo, and you’re all set!
The next step in this thin hair routine is to use Bumble and Bumble’s Full Potential Conditioner to nourish your locks. This helps to seal in moisture to help strengthen your hair and keep it hydrated. To use this product, just work a small amount through damp hair after rinsing out your shampoo. Leave the conditioner in for two to three minutes and then rinse thoroughly.
Finally, finish up your hair care by using Bumble and Bumble’s Full Potential Booster Spray! This spray is a special treatment formulated to strengthen your hair’s elasticity. Using this treatment regularly is key in maintaining your hair’s health in the long run. To use, simply spray a generous amount from root to ends on damp or dry hair. Comb through to disperse the product evenly. For best results use this spray twice a day.
Still a little lost about how to manage your thin hair? Don’t be afraid to visit a Bay Area hair salon for some extra help! Our stylists at Salon V.I. are here to professionally cut your hair according to its texture and needs, as well as recommend even more products to help you achieve the hair of your dreams. Make your appointment today by emailing email@example.com or calling (510)792-5922.