Hairstyles for fine hair
How to master the art of backcombing is every girls dream.
Once you have that down to a tee then you will be able to create the biggest styles around for your fine hair
Lilly Gill, stylist at Teddy George
says: "It's important to remember though that the more you backcomb the weaker your hair becomes."
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Backcombing will add fullness and height to hair that's swept up, or if you prefer, just to be left down. A good tip is to use short strokes rather than long pulling strokes.
Mark Leeson, from Mark Leeson Hair Body and Mind
, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire says: "Don’t overdo it, and always smooth over the top layer to disguise it - that way you’ll still look perfectly groomed but your hair will have a little volume."
The key to backcombing is to be consistent and practise as much as you can, strive to make all the sections of your hair the same - good luck!
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