10 products to transform hair from fine to full

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10 products to transform hair from fine to full

When you have fine hair, shopping for products can be a minefield. 

If your hair is dry you’re scared to buy anything hydrating for fear it’ll weigh it down, and sometimes even products that are supposed to give volume leave it limp and heavy. 

To take the guesswork out of shopping for products that add volume to fine hair, we rounded up 10 our favourites that take hair from limp to luscious. 

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MOROCCANOIL Blow Dry Concentrate

A hero product in Margot Robbie’s killer Golden Globes wavy ‘do, MOROCCANOIL Blow Dry Concentrate (adorebeauty.com.au, $57.95) delivers a smooth blow-out every time. As fine-hair sufferers can testify, a blow-dry can leave it looking frizzy and fluffy rather than the thick and luscious finish we were aiming for. This blow-dry concentrate ensures a smooth, soft and silky blow-out every time. 

Aveda Invati Advanced™ Scalp Revitalizer

Aveda Invati Advanced™ Scalp Revitalizer is a scalp treatment that helps hair grow longer as well as reducing hair loss. To be used once daily, you spritz the product directly into the scalp and then rub it in until there’s no residue. Formulated with tangerine peel, japanese knotweed and an Ayurvedic herb blend to support the hair’s natural keratin while invigorating the scalp, leaving the hair instantly thicker with lift at the root. 

Kérastase Paris Densifique Fondant Densité

Kérastase Paris Densifique Fondant Densité gives hair texture and adds strength to fine strands. Formulated with glycans and texturising polymers that leaves hair more resilient and fuller. 

John Frieda Luxurious Volume Fine to Full Blow-Out Spray

One of the most important tools in a fine-haired person’s beauty kit is their hairdryer. If used properly, a good dryer adds volume to limp locks, leaving it looking luscious and full of life. However, there’s no point spending your time recreating a salon quality blow-out to have it drop out instantly. This is where John Frieda Luxurious Volume Fine to Full Blow-Out Spray comes in. It gives fine hair natural looking volume and long-lasting fullness. 

Hask Biotin Thickening Shampoo

Hask Biotin Thickening Shampoo has a biotin-enriched formula that transforms fine hair, leaving it fuller. The shampoo also contains collagen and coffee to help hair look thicker while boosting strands. 

The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Serum for Hair Density

Serums are the hardest-working product in your skincare routine, and turns out they’re also a huge asset to your haircare one. The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Serum for Hair Density (adorebeauty.com.au, $30) leaves hair healthier and thicker by deeply penetrating the scalp to encourage circulation and stimulating hair follicles. 

L’Oréal Professionnel Serioxyl Denser Hair Gel

L’Oréal Professionnel Serioxyl Denser Hair Gel is a daily treatment that works to awaken dormant follicles to stimulate hair growth. Formulated with Stemoxydine 5%, which mimics the environment stem cells need to generate new hair, it helps your mane grow stronger, faster.

Oribe Grandiose Hair Plumping Mousse

Oribe Grandiose Hair Plumping Mousse (adorebeauty.com.au, $56) gives hair body and structure without that dreaded crunch that happens when you use a lower quality mousse. The mousse helps repair and strengthen hair while protecting against UV damage, leaving hair fuller and thicker. 

KEVIN.MURPHY Body.Mass

KEVIN.MURPHY Body.Mass (adorebeauty.com.au) is a fortifying growth treatment that uses natural ingredients to thicken thin and damaged hair. The formula is enriched with eyelash growth technology to lengthen the hairs growth phase, helping you grow your hair out while keeping it healthy. 

Women’s REGAINE® Foam

Women’s REGAINE® Foam is a once-a-day hair regrowth treatment that reactivates hair follicles. By reactivating the hair follicles, the treatment helps stimulate growth for longer, thicker hair in as little as 12 weeks. 

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  1. Another vote for the Aveda Scalp Revitaliser. I’ve got very fine hair, but lots of it. Well I did have lots of it until just recently. It’s falling out in huge clumps. Absolutely no idea why.

  2. I have lots of hair, it is very fine…like finest fluff. Just have overdone with free hand highlight/bayalage thing and needed heaps of toning. My hair became so voluminous! Then discovered that Fudge violet Tri-blo gives body and makes my hair look so…big! Also John Frieda volumizer, works too!

  3. I have a reasonable amount of hair but it is fine and frizzy – I think too many years of colouring have damaged the follicles as it actually grows frizzy. Some of these products look good so long as they are easy to use (lazy). Incidentally just spent a night in a hotel in Canberra and they had Kevin Murphy products!

  4. My hair is fine, and I am fine with that! Having tried other products a long time ago to try to make my hair more full ended with it feeling yuk and heavy, so I have come to love my fine hair now.

  5. Another one with fine hair but a lot of it. I have enough volume in my mid-lengths & ends, but I wish my roots were fuller. Sadly I have to be careful with product as it can weigh my hair down & tbh, volumising products haven't really worked for me in the past.

  6. I have the worst hair. Thin and fine, oily but dry at the ends. Lately I have been using Eleven's miracle hair treatment with the Oribe maximista, and all I can say is wow! Finally, finally, my hair looks good!

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