If you didn’t know, volume starts at your roots. What you wash it with matters. Clean it with a volumizing shampoo and use conditioner only at the lengths of your tresses. This can preserve volume at the roots of your hair. Next, change the way you blow-dry your hair. If your hair is almost about to dry, flip your head upright and continue to blow-dry while picking up the roots. If you’re into wavy or curly hairstyles, you may want to finger-dry it. Fingers can help to amp up the volume.
Hot rollers are old school, but they can work wonders for the hair if properly used. Be very careful, but give them a whirl! When you ponytail your tresses, try to tease all of it before you tie it up. This way, your hair can look thick and rich from the root to tip. Last but not the least, try to experiment and change your parting. Doing this can give a lift to your flat-looking frocks. Treat your hair at Detail Woman, a day spa in Sydney, and your locks will thank you for it.