An easy remedy are dryer sheets. Just take them out of their box and rub in hair. They even leave behind a pleasant scent. If you do not want to smell like fresh laundry,
find one of the special styling products for fine hair at your local beauty supply or drugstore. Cheaper and also effective is some lotion rubbed in your on hand and dappled gently over the hair. A thin mist of
hairspray will be your daily friend as well.
What to Avoid
Slithering is a cutting technique to texture hair and it is also used to remove some bulk and to make it lighter. The scissors are held in a steep angle against the hair and then moved downward in one swift and very
sharp motion. The scissors are partially opened and the cutting results from the motion and very, sharp blades. Slithering can damage your hair if done too often, too much or with the wrong equipment. I puts a diagonal
cut on each hair, thus opening the hair shaft and making the hair very prone to dryness, splitting and breaking. Done on fine hair the hair can look frizzy and in the end needs to be cut much shorter to eliminate
Another unpleasant situation can develop with razor cuts. It is a very similar technique, but it is done with a long razor. Be cautious when your stylist talks about deep texturing and techniques to remove bulk from the
hair and ask exactly what and how much of it will be done. If you do decide to go with the thinning cut, then do not repeat it the next time you visit the salon. Just get a trim and wait for a few months before you have
the texturing repeated.
With fine hair your biggest enemies are frizz and split ends, moisture and product build up. Those are easy too handle. Now go out and find that perfect haircut!