No matter your age or gender, fine or thinning hair can be challenging to handle. Many people take pride in their hair, and it can be disheartening when yours isn’t as thick as you’d like. Fortunately, there are many tips and tricks that can help you add volume to your fine hair. Whether you have experienced severe thinning recently or you have always struggled with fine hair, follow these three tips for a fuller-looking head of hair.
The weather in Maryland is starting to cool down fast, and with these drops in temperature and humidity come changes in our hair, skin, and nails. There are plenty of preventative measures that we can take to lock in our hair’s moisture before the dry cold of winter sets in. Likewise, there are plenty of hair habits that work just fine in the warmer months that will wreak havoc on your strands once winter comes. Check out our list of fall hair care do’s and don’ts to keep your hair looking lush and healthy all winter long.
Whether your hair has always been fine or it has become thinner over time, there are many ways you can give your hair some extra volume. Products, cuts, and color can be utilized to improve hair health or give the illusion of fuller hair. Follow these tips to camouflage thinning hair and make your fine hair look healthier, stronger, and fuller.
Although silver hair is joining vibrant purples, blues, and pinks as a popular choice of hair color, some folks do not want to go gray. If you choose to dye your hair to cover grays, there are a few different strategies that you can discuss with your hairstylist. The best course of action will depend on your hair’s natural texture, color, and percentage of gray. Read on to learn more about two different methods of gray hair coverage.
Summer heat can do a number on your hair. From breakage to fading to frizz, the hot and humid weather in Howard County can cause a whole host of problems for your hair. If you’re prone to frizzy hair, follow these three tips and consult an expert at Symmetry Hair Studio to find the right Redken products to keep your hair frizz-free.
1. Limit Sun Exposure
People often get more than their fair share of sun during the summer months, but you may want to think twice about leaving your hair exposed when you do. Sun exposure can make hair color fade faster, so folks who just invested in a fancy, trendy dye job should opt for a hat or hair scarf. Hair can also be damaged by UV radiation, causing it to be brittle, frizzy, and dry. A vital summer hair care tip: protect your hair (and skin) by covering up this summer and limiting your time outside during the brightest parts of the day.