Getting a trim regularly may convince you that it makes your hair thicker and grow faster, but this is a common misconception. Your hair’s growth rate isn’t determined by how often you cut your hair, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go to your salon regularly. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to make hair thicker and healthier.
Try layering your hair.
If your hair type is fine and limp then consider asking your stylist to cut some layers to give the illusion of thicker hair. Before committing to a cut, ask your stylist how your hair will fall once the layers have been cut.
Get regular trims to prevent split ends.
Yes, while there is that misconception and it won’t make your hair grow thicker or faster, getting a haircut every two or three months is good as a treatment for split ends. Damaged hair can look dry and dull, so maintaining your cut can result in healthy-looking tresses.
Give yourself a scalp massage.
Aside from being totally relaxing, massaging your scalp has plenty of benefits. From stimulating your natural oils to strengthening the roots of your hair, a good scalp massage can definitely help improve your hair’s health.
You can use volumizing products to help give your locks some body. Try a revitalizing mist like Pantene Nature Care Fullness & Life Root Life Mist. If you need extra body, a good blowout can also do wonders and give the illusion of big, bouncy hair.
Wash your hair.
A quick and easy fix is making sure you wash and condition your hair, too. Use a product that has strengthening ingredients like Pantene Pro-V Hair Fall Control Shampoo to help keep your hair healthy and reduce breakage. Finish with Pantene Pro-V Hair Fall Control Conditioner for added strength and shine.
If you follow these tips, you’re well on your way to healthier and thicker-looking hair in no time!