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A hairstyle is personal and doesn’t work on a ‘one size fits all’ basis. Different textures dictate the type of style your hair will allow, and what looks good on someone else may not suit you. If you’re a little lost about what to do for your hair texture, check out these suggestions!
Thick hair can be hot and heavy when you wear it long. This is my hair type and I can vouch for this fact! If your hair is long a loose plait can be a really pretty relief when the weather is warm. As an alternative, a blunt-cut bob can be an easy to care for style that keeps its bounce and makes the most of this texture.
This type of hair has a naturally curly disposition. This can sometimes translate as coarse and difficult to manage, especially if the curls are tight and moisture isn’t spread evenly. One of my friends who has Afro-textured recommends a Senegalese twist. Divatress has a great range of wigs from a variety of brands. When I was helping my friend choose, I thought they really stood out because they have a strong emphasis on wanting their customers to look and feel like a goddes!
The difficulty with thin hair is that is can look wispy or stringy at any length if it’s not cared for properly. The secret to making it look thicker is regular trims and thickening shampoo and conditioner. Keeping the length above the shoulders can give the impression of volume. If you really struggle, clip in hair extensions can add length as well as volume.
Grey hair is naturally dryer and coarser than the coloured hair that preceded it. The secret to maintaining a good texture is lots of conditioner when you was it, and using hair oils and serums to make sure the ends get the moisture they are lacking.