How to Style Fine, Thin Hair

Products mentioned:

Lush Big Shampoo
Moroccanoil Weightless Hydrating Masque
Tangle Teezer
Moroccanoil Light Treatment Oil
Living Proof Full Thickening Cream
Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse
Kérastase Spray à Porter
Evo Salty Dog Cocktail Beach Spray
Philip Kingsley Maximiser
ghd Style Curl Hold Spray
Batiste XXL Volume Dry Shampoo
L’Oréal Studio Line #TXT Supersizing Spray
L’Oréal Elnett Satin Hairspray
Tresemme Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray

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8 comments on How to Style Fine, Thin Hair

  • Hanneri

    Can you recommend a locally available alternative to the Living proof thickening cream.

    • Jules (author)

      Hi Hanneri – as I mentioned in the video, I’m afraid that I don’t know of an alternative product.

  • Nicole

    Jules, Please do a tutorial on how to style your hair?
    You look beaut BTW XXX

    • Jules (author)

      Smooches for you! xx

  • Hanneri

    Sorry – I missed that. Even though I have watched the video twice now and have started using some of the products recommended by you. Will let you know if I see a big difference. In the meantime I have been searching for locally available thickening creams/sprays and came up with the following: Hannon More Hair Volumising Mist (Retailbox), Kevin Murphy Full Again Thickening Lotion (Retailbox and Test Box), and TIGI Catwalk Thickening Gel Creme (Test Box) as well as Paul Mitchell Extra Body Thicken Up (Retailbox). Osis+ blow and go thick (Retailbox) also looks worth investigating.

    • Jules (author)

      I like the sound of that Kevin Murphy thickening lotion! I’ll try and get my hands on some.

  • Celeste Booysen

    Thanks for this lovely video. I also have very thin long hair with a mind of it’s own so I love some of these suggestions. Why I am actually posting is to ask what you are using on your brows? They are the perfect colour and I am really struggling to match up colour for my brows to my hair at the moment.

    • Jules (author)

      Hi Celeste – I use Soap & Glory Archery Pencil in Blondeshell but it’s not available in SA. The best local alternatives for blondes are the MAC brow pencil in Fling and Smashbox Brow Tech to Go in Taupe.

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