Once I outed myself as a person with fine/thin

Once I outed myself as a person with fine/thin hair, people came out of the woodwork to ask me about creating volume.  I have a bunch of tricks - and I mean tricks. Magic tricks. Making nothing into something tricks. Today I’ll start with this one:               Privé Concept Vert Volumizing Froth is a bizarre and amazing mousse product that comes in a tiny bottle but last 2x longer than traditional mouse.  It’s like a light gel that, when applied to hair, turns into a volumizing foam.  It smells great, which is important.  I put it into my wet hair, starting at the roots, before blow drying, and/or I sort of scrunch it through dry hair for a bedhead look.  The other great thing about this little guy is it’s travel friendly (under 3 oz.). Does this: Magic volumizing gel that turns into foam Is this: Privé Concept Vert Volumizing Froth Get this: Above Price: $29.99 Honestly, no one thing can create long-lasting volume; it takes an army of techniques and products.  I’ll share more soon.  Do you have any volumizing tricks? Image credit: Andoni & Arantxa

Once I outed myself as a person with fine/thin hair, people came out of the woodwork to ask me about creating volume. 

I have a bunch of tricks - and I mean tricks. Magic tricks. Making nothing into something tricks.

Today I’ll start with this one:

             

Privé Concept Vert Volumizing Froth is a bizarre and amazing mousse product that comes in a tiny bottle but last 2x longer than traditional mouse.  It’s like a light gel that, when applied to hair, turns into a volumizing foam.  It smells great, which is important. 

I put it into my wet hair, starting at the roots, before blow drying, and/or I sort of scrunch it through dry hair for a bedhead look.  The other great thing about this little guy is it’s travel friendly (under 3 oz.).

Does this: Magic volumizing gel that turns into foam
Is this: Privé Concept Vert Volumizing Froth
Get this: Above
Price: $29.99

Honestly, no one thing can create long-lasting volume; it takes an army of techniques and products.  I’ll share more soon.  Do you have any volumizing tricks?

Image credit: Andoni & Arantxa