I have naturally thin hair myself and I have done everything from extensions to all the shampoos that they swear by nothing seems to work. Over the years of being a hair stylist I have figured out ways to make your hair look and feel fuller. The more volume the better! If you curl your whole head layer by layer that is a instant full look. Now I know most of us with thin hair cant hold a curl to save our lives. After you shampoo you need to put a good amount of gel or moose in your hair and blowdry it. Not so much that it get the crunchy texture though that’s a little extreme. Once you blowdry use a LIGHT layer of hairspray before you curl each section. If your hair really won’t hold a curl pin up each curl with metal clips( you can find them at any beauty supply) as you go. Another way is to use a thickening cream or spray my favorite is from kenra it makes your hair feel fuller as soon as you blowdry. When you blowdry make sure you do it in a upward direction instead of down to give you a fuller look.
Another quick and easy way is clip in hair extensions! These are my favorite because its affordable and come in and out so you don’t have to deal with the permanent extensions that get very expensive to keep up. I recommend real human hair so you can curl straighten and do whatever you want to them. These add instant volume and thickness and of course length if your hair is on the shorter side. Be careful if you have shorter hair you can create a mullet look. When getting clip in make sure there are side pieces and put it on each side so you dont get the mullet effect!
Beach Waves are another way to look like you have a lot of hair. These are good to use cause you can have the tight waves to loose. The looser they waves are the more hair it looks like you have. To achieve this look section your hair and wrap your hair around a curling iron ( size of curling iron determines how tight you want the wave) hold it for about 10 seconds and do this to your whole head. When you are finished lightly spray you hair and them gently brush through the waves with your fingers for a loose wave look.