Don’t let fine hair get in the way of your style - we’ve got the scoop on the best looks out there!
Are flyaways at your hairline driving you mad? These are our top products for taming baby hair.
Before you resort to shaving your hair off in the hopes it’ll grow back thicker, try these styles and strategies.
It’s easy to feel like hairstyles are limited if you have fine hair. This doesn’t have to be the case! Here are a few of our faves to get you started.
When it comes to fine hair, there are certain things you should avoid to keep your hair looking and feeling its best. So, here’s what not to do…
When it comes to your locks, there are few phrases as dreaded as “hair damage”. There are literally dozens of causes of hair damage, from dietary deficiency and environmental factors to over-processing, a brutally hot hair straightener and a care routine that isn’t quite cutting it.
Gone are the days when we picked the cheapest hair appliances off the shelf. Nowadays, there’s a lot more to consider when it comes to buying the best blow-dryer for your natural hair. Cost is one, but as heat damage is a major concern, things like adjustable heat settings, drying technology and wattage are also important. Here are four points to keep in mind before making that purchase.
Hair texture is a very confusing term, as different people, use it in different ways. For some, texture refers to the curl pattern of hair. They may even interchange the use of ‘hair texture’ with ‘texturised hair’ – that is, how straight or curly your locks are. For others, hair texture can be only three things: fine, medium or thick (AKA coarse). Then there’s a third group that insist hair texture depends on a delicate interplay of both these elements: curl type and individual strand circumference
Making your voluminous can be a battle if you're working with fine stands. What you may not know is that gorgeous volume starts with the right shampoo and conditioner.