Amplifying limp hair may be a challenge, but reducing volume is often an even bigger feat.
For those of you who struggle with thick, coarse tresses, I've enlisted the expertise of celebrity stylist Marc Mena of Warren-Tricomi Salon— whose clients include Katie Lee and Emily Blunt— to ensure your locks look their best:
For thick hair don’t layer so much. If the hair is longer than shoulder-length have your stylist layer, but don’t layer too much as this will be more difficult to style. They should be long layers, you can opt for more layers in the front. Too many layers in the back can make hair puffy and difficult to control.
Depending on the style of the hair your stylist can cut into the interior of the hair to take the weight out of it, be cautious that they do not over-texture as this will be difficult to maintain and style.
Skip a Wash
Women with thick hair – don’t shampoo too often, this can dry out hair and with thick hair you can go every other day or every two days without shampooing.
Use silicone or a nice styling cream product to tame hair and prevent frizz without drying out hair.
Treat Your Tresses
Keratin treatment take a good amount of bulk out of the hair and make it easy to maintain.