3 Best Ways To Make Your Hair Look Fuller and Thicker

Every girl’s dream is to have beautiful hair, some of them prefer curly one and some like the straight one more. It doesn’t matter which ones, but all of us want our hair to look fuller and thicker than it really is. I remember the time when the Disney movie “Tangled” came out, my niece after watching it, started to grow her hair, because she wanted to have it so long and nice like Rapunzel – the main character in this movie. I didn’t blame her, because I wanted the same! ๐Ÿ™‚

My dress is from Shein

Here are 3 ways to make it happen:

1. Hair extensions are the easiest and fastest way

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2. Condition your hair before you shampoo

Conditioner tends to make your hair silky and soft, but sometimes hair is too slick to hold any hairstyle. That’s why most of the time, I wash my hair in the reverse order and this creates a perfect volume in my hair.

3. Use hairspray or dry shampoo

You can tease your hair in small sections (it’s the ultimate trick for creating volume at your roots) and spray it with hairspray. You can continue doing it as long as you need to create the height and shape you want. Or dry shampoo works wonders as a texturizing spray – even on clean hair. You can spray it all over your hair (just make sure to hold the bottle far enough away) before and after styling.

What are your tips and tricks to make you hair fuller and thicker?


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  1. I often just wear a fancy hat or fascinator ๐Ÿ˜‰
    My hair is extremely straight and fine, no way it would look a mane for more than 10 minutes.

      1. It depends on the pregnancy. I had boys so my hair got thicker and soft. When you’re pregnant certain systems in your body slow down, like hair growth, your digestive tract, your immune system. When your hair growth slows you don’t lose as much hair as you normally do. It all just stays in your head but then after you give birth you shed all that extra hair.

      2. Ok, so its after pregnancy that hair falls- understood! Thanks for clearing it up for me ๐Ÿ™‚๐ŸŒน

    1. Same here! I think itโ€™s a combination of the hormones and vitamins?! Could be wrong. But, yes, best hair ever while pregnant. Once the baby comes out, the hair starts to shed! ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿฝโ€โ™€๏ธ

  2. I have been taking the hair/skin/nail vitamins for years. Docs say they are bs, but my hair seems nicer, shiny and full, even though I am older. I like your shampoo trick!

    1. This trick really works ๐Ÿ™‚๐ŸŒน and I’m glad that your hair is better ๐ŸŒป

  3. OOOH, LOVE these tips. I noticed that my hair did indeed look fuller when I spritzed my hair with dry shampoo recently. I am definately trying the conditioner first because I have fine hair but lots of it and conditioner flattens my hair, but a girl has to condition when she colors her hair, right? Thank you for the tips love!!


    1. It’s always good to condition and yes, I have colored hair and fine as well and I do as above ๐Ÿ™‚๐ŸŒน. If you have fine hair, don’t use dry shampoo too too often, because it tends to weakens hair, as well, unfortunately. Sometimes I use baby powder with corn starch (without talc) and it helps too, just that you cannot use it too much, because then your have white hair ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ’•.

  4. These are all great tips. I also read about stylish with a double poinytail to make your ponytail look fuller. Clip up the lower half of the hair into a ponytail, then add the top to the bottom one if that makes sense. It works wonders!

  5. Wow. I have never heard about conditioning your hair before shampoo. Have to try it out. I feel like my hair just doesn’t grow. It does, but then I need to cut the tips and it’s like they never grew at all.

  6. Some new ideas to me. Thanks for sharing. I have fine hair and use a natural shampoo with thickeners in it and that seems to work well for me. I never use conditioner. Also I take collagen, and that is excellent for hair/skin/nails. I hardly have any split ends, either. I have never colored my hair, and it has been many decades since I used chemicals of any kind on my hair i.e. perms, hair sprays, etc. My hair is down to the back of my knees, so this gives me enough thickness without making the length hard to style.

    1. Your hair must look very pretty and the collagen is great, I take it myself, as well! ๐Ÿ™‚๐ŸŒท

  7. This is the first time I have heard of using conditioner before Shampoo and I am definitely going to try it.
    Sounds a bit like having dessert before the main course.

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