Fine hair has a significantly smaller diameter
than average hair, is more prone to damage
and due to its low volume in relation to the
surface, it tends to be dry and thus significantly
more sensitive to damaging influences.
These properties lead to the fact that
fine hair tends to be unstable with insufficient
strength to hold the hairstyle in place
and loses its volume shortly after shampooing
The objective of treating fine hair is to achieve
a permanent improvement to its appearance
by means of the specific use of protective
and intensive care products as well as
the use of specially-developed styling products.
This allows a noticeable increase of
volume for up to 24 hours, which significantly
increases the shine, elasticity and manageability
of the hair.
_ Small diameter.
_ Lack of volume.
_ Very soft.
_ Low resistance to chemical treatment.
_ Lack of elasticity.
_ Appears limp and tends to be sensitive.
_ Quickly becomes electrostatically charged.
_ Conventional styling does not last long.
_ How often do you wash your hair and
with which product?
_ How easy is your hair to comb/brush?
_ Do you use a conditioner or treatment?
If yes, which?
_ What is your hair like after an intensive
treatment or conditioner?
_ How easy is your hair to style?
_ Which styling products do you use and
how does your hair react to them?
honest with your hairstylist is
always the best approach. If
there is something that you
don't like about him/her, let
them know. They will be more
than happy to make the
adjustments and accommodate your
beauty/style needs. This will
also save you time searching for
a new one.