We Tried It: 5 Flat Hair Fixes
Do volumizers really work? Or is a blow dryer the secret to bounce? We put five hair-boosting techniques to the test -- find out which ones worked best
"When hair is upside down it has more volume. Blow drying it sets up internal bonds called hydrogen bonds that help hold hair in place and maintain that volume longer," says Schueller. This technique was great for adding fullness to Sarah's hair, but since her natural curls were blown out, it seemed a bit poofy. We recommend fully heat styling (curling or straightening) after blow drying for a polished look that's still voluminous.
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