A full hair can bring you more choices and can let you try different hair styles. Someone just has thin hair which limits them to style their hair.so you need some tips to make your hair look full.

ADD THE VOLUME TO YOUR HAIR WITH HUMAN HAIR EXTENSION

This is an effective way to add volume and length to your hair.there are all kinds of hair extensions products online, according to the texture and style of your own hair ,choose the most suitable length and color hair extension for your hair, if you own wave hair, you can choose the Brazilian body wave to match so that it can blend with your hair naturally.a virgin hair weave can be a good choice, it has not be processed anyway,so can match your own hair well. With the help of hair extensions, you can own voluminous hair in a short time.

MAGICALLY CUTS

You can choose some cuts that magically add volume to thin hair. A slight lob that grazes the shoulder will add body and shape to your thin hair. If you’re a pro with a curling iron, try adding a wave right in the middle of your hair shaft and leaving the ends straight. If body and volume are your goals and you prefer your strands long, you can simply ask your hairstylist to add a bit of texture on the ends. Think light, slightly feathered layers that don’t weigh your strands dSome things.

SOMETHING TO AVOID

Don’t use coconut oil if you have thin hair. Coconut oil just adds shine but it weighs down your hair and you get tons of buildup and it actually makes your hair look thinner.People have thin hair should avoid using traditional shampoos that contain damaging alcohols, detergents, polymers, proteins, these ingredients are incredibly harsh and drying to your hair and scalp.Don’t overdo your hair, Processing your hair too often can seriously thin out your hair.And don't grow long hair.Medium to short haircut lengths is best for fine hair. The longer the hair gets the more it weighs itself down, resulting in even thinner, stringy looking hair.

YOU CAN DO WITH HAIR AT HOME

Mousse is key for adding volume to otherwise limp hair. Start off with an egg-size dollop in your hand and then work it evenly through damp hair, roots to ends, before blow drying, use your fingers like a comb and lightly rake your hair up and away from your head as you blow it dry. If you usually go with a middle part, try switching it to a side part. Or, if you typically part it to one side, try the opposite side. Your hair gets stuck in the routine of falling in the same place every day, so changing up your part will immediately give you some lift.