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How To Eliminate Your Stringy Hair?

People with thin or fine hair suffer due to stringy hair. Curly hair also may go stringy if not cared properly. The natural oil present on the scalp is called Sebum. When there is too much of sebum on the scalp, the hairs stick together and become stringy. Here are a few tips to get rid of your stringy hair.

  1. Apply Thickening Serum
    When you apply a concentrated hair styling serum, it makes your hair thick and shiny. Rub a little of the serum between two hands and apply the same to damp hair. For even distribution of the serum use a wide-tooth comb.
  2. Follow "ear rule" to apply conditioner to your hair
    Those who apply conditioner for fine, thin hair also end up with stringy hair. Scalp oil naturally moisturizes your roots. Conditioner will make your hair stringy. Follow "ear rule" and apply conditioner to hair below your ear level.
  3. Apply styling products lightly and use less product
    Ensure that you apply styling products in very little quantity only. Just as too much of conditioner will spoil the hair, too much of styling product is also harmful.
  4. Opt for dry shampoo
    When you use a quality dry shampoo at the roots it absorbs the excess oil and the hair gets extra bounce and body. After applying dry shampoo, if you quickly blast the root with blow dryer you can get extra volume.
  5. Use right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type
    Those who have fine or thin hair must ensure that they use the right shampoo and conditioner. Using the wrong shampoo or conditioner may lead to stringy hair.
  6. Use Boar Bristle Brush
    When you use a brush made of natural bristle it distributes the scalp oil evenly on your hair. This will prevent stringiness.
  7. Trim your hair
    You can avoid stringy hair by trimming your hair just a few inches. It will also make your hair appear thicker.