So you’ve spent an hour getting those perfectly curled beachy waves, and you are ready for a night out. But sooner than you can get on that last coat of lipgloss, your style is falling flat. Sound Familiar?
No matter your natural hair texture, using styling tools can deflate your locks, and make it harder for you hair to keep it’s natural volume. But have no fear, there are some easy tricks you can use to keep that volume, and let you hairstyle last all day long.
Hair Thickening Spray
If you want to get full hair that last all night long, you’ve gotta do a little prep work. Use a thickening spray to help you hair achieve incredible body and volume. A texturizing spray like this one from rusk will work to add texture from the inside out.
Start with damp or dried hair to plump your limp locks. Texturizing sprays will transform fine lifeless hair, allowing it to hold big style for a long time. This product from rush contains thermplex which works to boost the hair’s body and volume. It also contains a wheat protein to add strength and moisture, keeping you hair looking lovely and healthy all night.
If you’ve got some naturally curly texture to work with, or your roots need a lift- grab your self a volumizing mouse. It’s best used on damp hair and then blow dried to create lasting volume.
This one from Morrocanoil is great because it contains argon oil. This mouse will not only lift your hair to give you long lasting volume, but it will also nourish hair keeping it looking healthy and shiny!
Hair Volumizing Iron
I you’ve tried every hair product under the sun, but your limp locks are still falling out before sunset, there may be some help! There’s a new trend in beauty that texturizes your lower layers of hair, giving you lift that lasts for hours.
You can try a mini crimper, or one of these Hair Volumzing Irons. We checked out a VOLOOM Review, and noticed that a few waves of this bad boy under your hair will lift the strands and create added volume. Best of all it works instantly, and you can add more layers to build up volume, or easily brush it out to dial the lift back a notch.