Our Range of Products for Fine, Thin Hair
Finding the right hair care products can be challenging if you have fine, thin hair. You need products that will add volume and texture to your hair without weighing it down or making it look or feel greasy. At Davines, we provide a wide range of products for fine, thin hair, from shampoos and conditioners, to texturising and styling products.
Shop The Best Shampoos, Conditioners, and Styling Products for Fine, Thin Hair
When working with fine and thin hair, adding dimension to each strand of hair is crucial. Try a plumping shampoo and a lightweight conditioner that cleanses and moisturises hair without clinging to it, inadvertently weighing it down. Volumising shampoos and conditioners are also popular options for those with hair that feels limp and lifeless. Want an extra boost? Try our thickening treatment targeted for thinning hair.
Our VOLU range is designed to add body and fullness to your hair, making it look thicker and more voluminous. The VOLU Hair Mist provides instant lift and structure when blow-dried into the root and mid-lengths.
When styling products for fine, thin hair, texturising sprays, and dusts can help add volume and texture to your hair while also providing hold and definition. Dry shampoos can also be great options for second and third-day hair, as they can help to absorb excess oil and add volume to your roots.
Davines fine, thin hair products are specifically formulated to volumise more delicate strands, giving them a healthy boost without weighing them down.
Is Thin Hair More Prone To Damage?
Fine hair is more likely to break off when not conditioned and moisturised adequately. To help prevent breakage, use moisturing hair products that help cleanse the scalp while conditioning the lengths. If you fear your hair is damaged or breaking easily, avoid harsh chemicals and treatments like bleaching or chemical straightening.
What Hair Cuts and Styles Are Best For Fine, Thick Hair?
Adding layers to your look is a great way to add dimension and texture to your hair, making it look and feel thicker. Layers can add face-framing elements to shape your hair to ensure it doesn’t look flat or weighed down - why not try bangs for extra face-framing? Adding curls to your look can also create more texture and body; try to refrain from too many up-dos that strain your hair.
How Do I Best Care For Fine Thin Hair?
Here are a few ways you can care for fine, thin hair:
- Use sulphate-free, volumising, or plumping shampoos and conditioners.
- Use dry shampoo in-between hair washes to ensure you aren’t overwashing and stripping the natural oils from your hair.
- Boost your roots by using rollers.
- Add texture to your hair with styling sea salt sprays and powders.
- Always use a heat protectant when styling your hair.
- Don't over-brush and switch to using a microfibre towel for drying as it is more gentle on your strands.