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How to style fine, thin hair that likes to change direction?

Asked by susanc (16122points) April 24th, 2008

It doesn’t just hang, it also bends.

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dayeshere's avatar

I have fine hair and I gotta perm to boost the volume. I can go the easy route and leave it wavy or I can curl it or straighten it. It looks a lot thicker than it is.

gailcalled's avatar

I have a friend who cuts wisps on forehead and jagged edges on bottom. It swings and looks nice. She has it down to just above her shoulders.

amaryllis's avatar

Your hair sounds like mine. I use Bed Head Control Freak Serum and dry it around a brush.

gailcalled's avatar

OTOH, you could have wild, unruly hair that never behaves, no matter who cuts it and what kind of product we use. Susan; think of Don’s hair only more so.

wildflower's avatar

I have the same type…...I’ve found a Loreal styling ‘gum’ that works – it holds well but doesn’t grease or weigh it down too much.

arllyn's avatar

hey tie a high pony tail would look better…..

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