Thick hair: care, cut and styling

Thick hair can sometimes be difficult to control. We show how you can best care for your mane and put it in the limelight.

Wash thick hair

Washing, drying and styling hair: This procedure can be used for thick hair quite a while last. That is why it is generally recommended to clean the hair not daily to wash. But don't worry, you don't have to put up with a greasy approach. You can have thick hair on one new washing rhythm get used to.

For this it is sufficient to use the Washing process very slowly to procrastinate further and further. At first you will notice oily hair, which of course takes getting used to at the beginning. But hold on! But after about two weeks you will already notice how your approach is much less greasy. Some dry shampoo can help you bridge the transition period.

If you then actually wash your hair, you should always do a good one afterwards hair conditioner Instruct. It will help control your mane and prevent hair flying.

If your thick hair is currently rather dry, you can also use a Hair mask change. You apply the rich mask in the same way as a conditioner. This nourishes lengths and tips and makes them feel velvety again. For fine hair this would be regular Mini hair treatment too burdensome, but luckily you don't have to worry about that.

Drying thick hair

Air-drying thick hair is definitely the gentlest way to dry your hair. Unfortunately, the procedure takes an extremely long time with thick hair. So if you plan on drying your mane without heat, you definitely have to bring some time. It is best to wash the hair in the evening, then you have less stress.

If you have to go fast, it helps to find one goodhairdryer to be kept in the bathroom cabinet. If you have thick hair, you need a variant a lot of power, otherwise you feel like a blow dryer an eternityuntil thick hair is dry. Therefore, pay attention to a high wattage. The device should at least 2200 watts to take on your mane.

You can also choose the Compromise decide: Let thick hair air dry first and then use the blow dryer when the mane is already dry. A good idea to minimize hair damage.

Use rich care

With thick hair, the care can hardly be too rich! Can handle the natural volume of your hair a lot of moisture – So you don't have to worry about weighing your hair down. On the contrary: very much thick, unruly hair you may even want the hair a little too flatten.

So feel free to take it Intensive cures and rcalibrated shampoos. Nursing vegetable oils are also wonderful for the care of thick hair. So-called non-dry oils are particularly recommended for your hair type: Coconut oil, almond oil or olive oil for the hair keep the lengths supple and prevent split ends and hair breakage.

Use styling tools properly

Anyone with thick hair knows the problem: as soon as you twisted your curls, they have already said goodbye. The additional Weight a lush mane generally hold hairstyles a little worse.

But there are a few tricks you can use to make your styling more durable:

  1. Use smaller-diameter curling irons. Large curling irons are great for waves. But this does not apply to full hair: Here the gentle curls hang out much too quickly. Choose a small diameter so that the hair gets enough elasticity. You can always brush them through afterwards if you'd rather create light waves.
  2. Cliff warm curls tightly. So that freshly twisted curls hold better, they should cool down in the right shape. Roll up the strand and secure it to your head. This fixes the curl shape and prevents it from hanging out quickly.
  3. Wide straighteners save you time. Fortunately, some technology manufacturers have thought along and created straightening irons with an extra-wide surface. This means you can straighten thick hair in a fraction of the time and save yourself a lot of effort (and slack arms!).
  4. Use accessories that are the right size. Fine, short bobby pins or thin clips are often not enough to keep thick hair under control. Reach for extra-long sturdy hairpins that you pin crosswise in your hair. So they hold bombproof!

Thick Hair: Pick Nice Cuts

Do you fancy a new cut? You will Spoiled for choice to have! There are many beautiful hairstyles to consider for your full mane. Let the following ideas inspire you.

Steps, steps and again stages! Shorter sections in the hair provide more curl and take away some volume from your mane. This will make it easier and faster to get them into shape.

While women with fine hair contribute Ponies have to be careful, you can let off steam! A full, straight cut bangs suits you particularly well.

Highlights put your mane in the limelight. If you don't want additional volume, you should opt for subtle, fine highlights. These are less bulky and appear more subtle.

If your flowing mane is too time consuming for you, you are welcome to choose one Short haircut decide. A frayed one Pixie cut is currently particularly popular and is also popular with stars like Halle Berry and Jada Pinkett Smith. Naughty and casual!

No one can XXL mane Wear it as well as you do. Of course, if you have very long hair, you have to invest a little more time in grooming and hair styling. But for this you will be rewarded with a dream mane that many will envy you for.

Neither too long nor too short: Shoulder length bobs are currently very popular and prove to be an ideal compromise. A long bob offers more styling freedom than a short hairstyle and you can still look forward to an uncomplicated haircut.

Very thick hair will benefit from having the hair thinned out. It will be yours existing cut hardly changed. But after that Thinning out thick hair feels a lot lighter. Your mane dries faster, is easier to style, and is less of an effort overall. Ask the hairdresser you trust if thinning is an option for you.

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