Thin hair is tricky. What works for one person to create volume does not necessarily work for another. But: There are a handful of tips that go smoothly for everyone. And that includes avoiding the following mistakes:
Thin hair must be cared for so that the tips do not dry out and become split. However, a shampoo that contains rich oils would be the wrong choice, as they are too heavy on your hair and flatten your lengths even more.
So make sure you choose a shampoo with a light texture. If the INCI list is too complicated for you: You basically can't go wrong with so-called volume shampoos.
Never put the conditioner on the roots! This flattens the hair and makes it greasy even faster. Instead, distribute the conditioner down the lengths from the chin to the tips.
Do you blow dry your hair from the crown of your head down? This can be done better! Because heat can at least help you to get a little more volume at the roots. Means: Experienced people place the round brush on the hairline and pull the strands upwards. Alternatively, you can just blow dry your hair upside down.
Trying to detangle your wet strands with an ordinary brush can not only be very painful but also break the delicate, fine hairs. That means: either let it dry first or use a special wet brush whose bristles do not attack wet hair.
Does a lot help a lot? One might think. However, the opposite is true for fine hair. Choose your styling products carefully. For example, a so-called root booster creates volume at the roots. A light texturizing spray or a volume foam can provide more fullness in the lengths (make sure to leave out the roots here!).