Tricks to getting voluminous hair
The very first step on the way to voluminous hair is to wash and towel-dry your strands. After, apply a bit of your favourite mousse or hairstyling lotion to the roots of your hair, gradually moving to the tips. Be sure not to overdo it with all those hair products.
The next step in creating hair volume is to dry your tresses. The key here is to use a round brush and direct the nozzle of your blow drier into your roots while lifting your strands with the help of your round hairbrush.
Forget everything you have heard about backcombing, as actually a slight teasing can really work wonders for your hair. Using a small backcombing brush, take a pair of one-inch hair sections from the sides and the back of your head. Tease a little bit, but stay close to the roots. Smooth with your hands and fix using any light-hold hairspray.
Do not despair, if your perfect voluminous hair in the morning goes flat in the midday.
Dry shampoo is the greatest hair tool to keep hair volume for longer period. You need just blast a bit to your hair roots and shake it a bit with fingers.
Dry shampoo will absorb any excess oil from your hair and bring that gorgeous volume back.
Find a shampoo that lathers less. Shampoos that lather too much are often overloaded with moisturising products, which can leave build-up in your hair, making it look and feel dirtier quicker. So, opt for a sulfate-free formula.
Give your locks a burst of cold.
Before you hop out of the shower, turn the cold water on for a second and quickly rinse it through your strands. It helps seal the cuticle, adding a sleek finish to your locks. Use rollers for high-volume. For sex-kitten lift, blow out your locks until they are dry. Then, section off the hair on top of your head—between your temples and all the way back to the crown of your hair. Divide that section into three smaller sections vertically (as if you were making a mohawk), and wrap each in a 2-inch velcro hair roller. Let your hair sit like this for 30 minutes, and then unwrap your strands, lightly comb them out, and spray for hold.