Several reasons can lead someone to have a low volume. Let's check them out below!
If you used to have fuller hair, and now it is thinner, it could mean a hair loss process going on— this ranges from breakage to problems with a lack of vitamins and minerals.
Typically, we lose around 100 strands daily. It is essential to know the process to check its intensity and see if it falls out more than usual.
Hair weakening can also happen due to the lack of vitamins, but that's not all. Hormonal changes, inadequate care, and other factors can cause hair loss and breakage in everyday life.
It is important to know the importance of keratin for hair growth and other details, which we will discuss further in the article!
Inadequate care in everyday life
Roughly brushing your hair, washing it with products that don't match your hair type, and ignoring symptoms like itchiness, scaling, and redness on the scalp can damage your hair's volume.
In addition, the frequent use of chemicals — such as straightening and bleaching — can make your hair thinner and, consequently, lose volume.
Use of incorrect products
People with little voluminous hair should be careful with the product used, whether for washing or finishing.
Very “heavy” compounds like oils can harm the hair's movement, especially when smooth and fine. Therefore, it is necessary to know what works or not for your case.
Lack of finishing
Often, we wash our hair and allow it to dry naturally. This is not wrong, but it is certainly a habit that reduces hair volume.
Proper styling after washing is one of the great tips to increase hair volume and make it look much more beautiful.
Finally, there is the genetic aspect. Some people have less voluminous hair, and that's fine!
However, a couple of life hacks can help even these people to have more voluminous hair. We'll talk about these recommendations shortly. Stay with us!