I love thick, healthy hair – who doesn’t? However naturally my hair is limp and pretty fine, so over the last few years I have built up quite the collection of hair products that are perfect for boosting volume; from sprays, spritzes, powders and creams.
My favourite type of volumising product has to be a spray, and there are so many great ones on the market these days, and at affordable prices too. My all time fave that I never shut up about is the Charles Worthington Volume and Bounce Texturising Spray, it is SO easy to use, and SO effective, and the volume lasts. Simple spray onto your hair, after it is styled, into the roots and into the lengths. I like to lightly brush it through my hair, and then fluff it a little with my hands for extra volume. A similar product is the Fudge Urban Texture Spray (post here), I love this one because of the delicious crisp pear and sweet vanilla scent, because it also does all the things my beloved CW spray does, and I normally buy whichever of these is on offer tbh. Another spray that is great for creating volume is the Schwarzkopf got2b Fast Dry Hairspray, however I like to spritz this one into damp hair, followed by blow drying my hair upside down, for amazing long lasting volume. Another fab Schwarzkopf got2b product that is also fab is the Beach Matt Texturising Salt Spray, this one creates volume, but also creates lovely beachy, mermaidy waves, and is always my holiday hair essential – and makes a perfect day to day product. A new volumising product that I have discovered is the Pureology Fullfyl Densifying Spray, another product that works best when spritzed into damp hair in the roots. This spray is particularly great as it is so lightweight that it doesn’t feel like it weights down your hair, and creates a nice manageable day to day volume and lift. And lastly, volumising powders are fantastic at creating long lasting volume and the got2b powder’ful volumizing styling powder is such a fab product to have on hand for some last minute volume. And if these products don’t work, then look into hair transplant costs (I wish)!
What are your favourite volumising hair products?
*in collaboration with Harley Street Hair Clinic