How to properly brush fine hair.
To combat flyaway and static in fine hair, you need to use the right hairbrush. Natural materials such as wood and ceramics, proper bristles and ionising techniques are highly suitable, such as the brush Denman D84 Small
. It brushes fine hair when wet and dry and the additional ball ends simultaneously massage the scalp. For blow-drying use a ceramic round brush such as Ceramic Hair Brush C-2000
in a medium size. The rounded off bristles with intelligent tourmaline-ion coating seal the cuticle and possess an antistatic effect. Here's how: Starting at the roots hold the brush tight in each strand of half-dry hair, and direct the hairdryer at the brush body.
The right style and the right haircut for fine hair.
In addition to suitable care, the haircut for fine hair is the basis for a beautiful style that looks great. If you have fine and thin hair, you should compromise when it comes to the length. At the tips, the strands mostly become thinner. Overly long styles often lack volume and the hair looks limp and tired. Funky short- to medium-length shoulder-skimming cuts are a better option. (Big) layers are also unsuitable as they also rob the style of its body. A suitable haircut is a natural, volumising cut that is easy to style and that doesn't require stressful styling techniques that weigh down the hair. A colour technique customised to the haircut or a soft perm additionally support the volumising effect. Your La Biosthetique coiffeur will be happy to give you a personal consultation!