4. Consider cutting your hair to make it thicker
Can you currently see split ends? That’s probably your sign to book in a cut. Split and dry ends can travel up hair and cause hair to look thinner, preventing you to grow thicker hair. Getting a cut also provides an opportunity for a style refresh! Certain hairstyles – including lobs, bobs and less layered cuts can help hair to look fuller. Read more on hairstyle tips to explore different hairstyles and keep your hair healthier
5.Enhance hair with the right diet
Besides hair thickening products and gentle washing, your diet can also promote healthy hair growth. To grow stronger and thicker hair, healthy fats and nutrient-rich foods are recommended. The key nutrients found in healthy fats can help boost hair growth and lead to stronger and healthier strands. Include super foods like avocados, nuts, vegetables and fruit in your diet for a boost of healthy fats. A healthy diet is fundamental to healthy bodies, including helping hair look stronger and feeling thicker.
6. Exfoliate Your Hair Scalp
Washing hair too often can lead to a build-up of product on the scalp, resulting in oily and thinning hair. It’s therefore important to include exfoliation in your haircare routine, to remove excess product build up and maintain a healthy scalp. Exfoliating also stimulates the scalp, increasing blood flow which in return helps promote hair growth and thicken hair. We recommended exfoliating at least once a week by using an exfoliating hair brush when shampooing. This will help deeply clean hair, clarify the scalp and help you grow thicker hair.