AKgirl wrote: »
Your hair is very pretty! What products are you using?
I have the same issue with flat roots, especially when I co wash. That's why I usually low-poo. Diffusing upside down really used to help me, but I don't want the damage so I air dry now, but it could help you if you diffuse. One thing that works for me is after my hair is all the way dry I tip my head upside down and spray some of my mousse in my hair, wave it back and forth to dry, tip it back right side up and that really helps add body to my roots and hair as a whole. I have to be careful with how much I use to cuz I really don't like a producty look.
Some people clip, I've never gotten it to work for me though, but maybe I'm doing it wrong. Might work for you though!
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Weathercurl wrote: »
The flat head thing bugs me a lot and I've tried all kinds of things. Nothing is perfect, but there are lots of things which help. I want to avoid product as much as I can so I've settled on clipping. There are plenty of tutorials on You Tube, etc. I actually prefer the small hair clamps rather than the duck bill type clips. The clips drive me nuts. I can't figure out how to place them and my hair tangles around them when trying to remove them. The little clamps work just fine. I keep it simple. I flip my hair upside down, gently pull the hair up off my scalp a bit with my fingers without disturbing the length. Then diffuse upside down. When I finish drying, I put a few clamps at the crown and here and there down the middle and leave them in for as long as I can. I have left them for as little as 10 min and it worked fine. I get pretty good volume. I'm pretty haphazard about placement but its a fairly forgiving technique, especially if you are ok with a tousled, messy look.
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