Today on Hair Romance is a special guest post from Personal Shopper, Stylist and Beauty Writer Ashleigh Sharman.
Ashleigh has fine hair that always looks fabulous and she has put together her top ten must-have products for fine hair.
Tangle Teezer Brush
One of my many ‘revelations’ for 2011, Tangle Teezer may not look like the prettiest brush in your collection but it’s oh so gentle on fine hair which can get into mighty fine knots every now and again (I also love to use it to distribute dry shampoo).
Kevin Murphy Angel Wash
I’ve been in love with this product for years and after trying many others I still come back to it, no wonder its Kevin Murphy’s best-seller (smells heavenly too!).
Kevin Murphy Angel Rinse
Who said fine-haired girls don’t need conditioner? This one is just light enough, angelic even.
L’Oréal Professional Fiberceutic Mask for Fine Hair
Another ‘revelation’! Words cannot express how much this product does for my hair on a weekly basis – there’s even one for your thick-haired friends.
Wella Professionals Style Primer
This is just a product that makes sense; you prime your skin, you prime your hair. I love to use this on its own though as it’s not as slippery as a serum and a little goes a long way.
Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger Styling Treatment Oil (lightweight)
I’ve found this is the best option when heat styling my hair as it really is what it says, lightweight.
Fudge Dry Shampoo
Some call me the dry shampoo Queen and this beauty, with its apple and coconut scent, remains my favourite.
Schwarzkopf Osis Dust It
If you’re a fine-haired girl and haven’t tried a dusting powder this will change your life! I use it to bulk up my natural curl at the ends or at the roots for mega volume.
EVO Builder’s Paradise Working Spray
I prefer a light hairspray with movement as there is no point telling fine-hair where to stay put, it also means I can change my style during the day without fuss.
Blackmores Hair, Skin and Nails Dietary Supplement
It’s not all about what you put on your hair, don’t forget to look at your diet and include a hair specific supplement.
Thank you Ashleigh! Some fantastic advice for styling fine hair and creating texture and volume in your fine locks.
Do you have fine hair? Have you tried any of these products? What are your HG products for fine hair?