How To Get This Bouncy And Voluminous Hair?

1. Backcombing, back, brushing or teasing your hair. 

I actually like to stay away from teasing my hair as punches as possible, because the more you tease it, the more it gets tangled and very hard to kind of unravel again. So I like to stick with back home in her back brushing my hair. So what that is, is you take a paddle brush and you kind of size paddle brush would do and you take your hair, take a section of hair, look to brush it out first and then very gently just back, comb your hair just like that, very gently back home. So it's kind of like teasing, but it's a lot gentler.

And then once I'm done, I kind of place it down and very gently just comb the very top.

I can still run my hands through. And it doesn't feel like a rat's nest in my hair. And it gives that beautiful volume and it gives it texture as well.

2. Dry your hair to get more volume 

Once you're done styling. So for tip number three, I will show you two different ways of how you can dry your hair to get more volume to your roots and to the rest of your hair. And one thing I do recommend is don't use the highest heat setting just because it will damage your hair and it will dry out even more than you need to. You will probably look like Einstein, you know when you get crazy hair. I don't think you want that.

I'm using my blow dryer and I'm using the concentrator nozzle as well. And I'm gonna use a brown brush.

The second way you can dry your hair is obviously a gel your hair upside down. I like to dry it with a paddle brush. Kind of just brush it towards the top or towards the bottom. When you dry your hair, it helps lift your roots away from your scalp and it sets it in place because of the heat. And then once I'm done drying about 90 percent, I flip it back around. And I use the paddle or the round brush it to kind of give it a nice block towards the end and finish it off and style it.

So once I get to the top, it's 90 percent dry.

I actually start suction in my hair from the very back and I do section by section until I reach the front.

So I pull this back and I make sure to blow dry my hair, get a paddle or a round brush, and I'd like to dry it like this going towards the top and then rounded it out towards the back. This just gives my hair so much volume and it gives it a beautiful blowout.

3. Use some type of voluminous using shampoo and conditioner.

Get into the shower and start with your favorite volume items, shampoo and obviously do your research. Some shampoos will not work for you that work for me. If you have thicker, coarse hair, curly, whatever it is. Do your research. Ask your hairstylist.
This is the one that works really well for me. I start to lather it into my hair but a quarter-sized amount and then rinse it out and move on to this Macadamia Volumizing Shampoo it restores moisture into chemically-treated, damaged hair with no heavy build-up.
I only focus the tigi bed head fully loaded conditioner  from my middle to my ends just because I don't like putting regular conditioner into my roots at all, because it will weigh down my hair a lot.

Once I'm nice and squeaky cologne, I come out of the shower and me palagi my hair very gently kind of just do right here on the bottom and that's it. I don't rub it in there too much.

4. Create a different party line. 

So like I mentioned this many times. This is what really, really, really works for me. And my hair is let's say I put my hair usually on my left side or my right side. I will pass it and dry it on the opposite side and then I'll flip it back and style it that way and it will give me instant volume.

Changing your party line does really helps to amplify that volume and your roots. Just because if you are used to one side of your hair or even in the middle and then you switch it up, it does kind of reset your party line. And if you do need extra help to hold the party line and place to spray a little hairspray"" and also what helps to hold is heat. If you use a cooler setting or a warm setting to set it in place, it will stay there all day long.

5. Be focusing on hot rollers. 

Yes, hot rollers are pretty much Old-School, but I love them. They work. Awesome. Can do wonders for my short, limp hair. And I only focus on the top section here where I want the volume. Let me quickly turn these on.

Great investment for your hair. They're awesome. Handle with caution, you guys. It's kind of hot to wrap this around and do.

And you always want to roll away from your face to give as much volume as possible. So this is what I do. F two on the top, smaller one and the larger one in the back too small and two big ones in the back. If you want extra hold for your volume, it just adds a little bit of finger spray to each section before you roll it. And then when you take it out, you will have that extra hold that you're looking for. And for the next 20 minutes, I will probably drink my green smoothie from Panera Bread.

It is delicious. Look at that amazing. Somebody is going to take my paddle brush, just brush my hair out and look at that value.

So pretty looks so you got a blowout and you have like 10 times more volume.

So let's say it's like your second or third day here and it's feeling a little limp and you just don't have the time to use hot rollers or you simply don't have them use a really big curling iron. And we're going to do exactly the same thing we're gonna do by sections on the very top of my head. We're going to curl them a wave from my face. To add that volume, this takes not even five minutes to do taking my curling iron when to Clampett towards the very end.

But I'm just rolling it underneath like a roller. Keep it there for five to 10 seconds, depending on how big of a section you've got.

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