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    Hair Volume?

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    So I have really hard hair to deal with...there's a lot of it, but it's all fine. It's like I have thick fine hair. Which means that in order to make it look thick and voluptuous (which is the style I really want), I have to use product in it to pump it up.

    I've tried Big Sexy Hair products, and they work awesome but they're crazy expensive. I've tried Garnier, that just weighs my hair down. Aussie doesn't really make all that much of a difference, but it's my favorite so far.

    Does anyone have any brand suggestions for some kind of hair plumper of sorts? Shampoo, conditioner, mouse, spray, gel, ANYTHING!
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    I have really fine hair and I use this product. It makes a difference on my hair. And it smells really good. Like grapes.

    http://www.target.com/Head-TIGI-Smal.../dp/B000VTRJPY
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    I use root booster from Garnier. I've found that spraying it in my hand and the applying it to my root works much better than directly on my hair ( unless I really want a lot of volume that day) I have thin/fine hair.


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    Check this His products are wonderful! and not so expensive. I would probably start with this one. Play the video!!
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    Check this His products are wonderful! and not so expensive. I would probably start with this one. Play the video!!
    Ah I've seen those in stores but never tried them because I didn't know anyone who did! I'll have to pick some up.
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    i see tons of products when i go to the store, but i dont need more volume (just anti-frizz!) so i havent tried any of them. i would just keep trying different brands, my favorite for my frizz problem is pantene for shampoo/conditioner and john frieda (spelling?) for products
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    Oh, for anti frizz, the chi products work really well for my friend! I borrow them sometimes when my hair gets completely out of control. I think she uses the silk infusion one.

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