If you have thin hair, then your hair is thinner in diameter. the relative thickness or thinness depends on the diameter and shape of each individual hair as well as the total number of hairs on an individual’s head. Fine, thin hair obviously has the smallest amount of hair; whereas coarse hair has the thickest. Straight hair is usually smaller in diameter than curly hair is. With some hair textures, the hair strands can be increased in bulk by applying a leave-in conditioner, some styling products and coloring. If you choose to use leave-in conditioner to treat your thin hair, remember that, for fine hair some are too heavy for the hair, so the best conditioners that experts have found to work for the fine hair are the ones that don’t contain oil and silicone because they tend to weigh the hair down.
Knowing What you Have
October 28, 2010October 28, 2010| | 0 Comment