If you’re tired of your flat and limp hair, you might be always thinking of ways on how to make it look fuller. Hairstyles that create an illusion of volume are there to save the day, and for thin-haired girls like you, these ‘dos are your friends. Let us introduce you to one of them: the bouffant hair.
The bouffant hair is a popular hairstyle during the 1950s and 1960s. Former U.S. first lady Jacqueline Kennedy was often seen sporting this hairstyle, although the bouffant hair was believed to have been created for Marie Antoinette because of her thin locks. You may not see a lot of women with bouffant hair every day, but we’re sure after learning how easy it is to do, you’ll be styling your hair like this frequently.
6 easy steps on how to create bouffant hair
Start with bouncy hair
Put on a headband
When your hair has dried, wear slim, stretchy headband. Put it around 5cm away from your forehead.
Spritz TRESemmé Freeze Hold Hairspray onto your roots, focusing on the section of hair behind your headband.
Secure your headband with bobby pins so it stays in place. Then, get a fine-toothed tail comb and tease your hair to create body and height. Again, focus on the section of hair behind your headband. Keep on teasing your hair until you give your hair a lot of volume.
Smooth it out
After teasing, brush your hair back to smooth it out. Be careful not to lose the volume you’ve created.
Time to party!
You’re done! The bouffant hair is simple and easy that you can style your hair like this every day if you want. It’s great for jazzing up straight locks or adding instant volume to thin and flat tresses. A bouffant hair can be your go-to hairstyle whether you’re going to meet your friends for coffee or partying on a Saturday night.
Now, you don’t have to be sad about your seemingly lifeless locks. With bouffant hair, you can have gorgeous locks that boast volume and bounce.
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