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Pump up the volume! 3 tips to get the body and bounce you desire this party season.

Posted by Anna Holevas on

There’s nothing worse than flat and dull hair. It can be a daily struggle when all you are dreaming of is that glamorous voluminous look. We understand the struggle when your hair just doesn’t want to play ball and worry about adding weight to your hair with all the additional products. But you’re in luck! GlamBox has the best recommendations to add volume to your hair without the stickiness you might associate with extra body.

 

Tip 1: ghd Rise and ghd Total Volume Foam

If volume is what you are after, the ghd Rise Hot Brush is the best hair tool for bouncy hair. It’s super easy to use if you want to look like you’ve just had a blow-dry without the extra effort.

An easy way to use the ghd Rise is to first take a small amount of Total Volume Foam and massage this through your hair. It helps form an invisible shield, improving the smoothness of the hair surface while giving salon-worthy volume, all without the weight.

You then take the ghd Rise through small sections. The Rise has smooth-touch nylon bristles that effortlessly glide through the length of your hair to give twice the volume without tangling. 

 

Tip 2: Goldwell Ultra Volume

Goldwell’s Ultra Volume range is perfect for the preparation phase of your haircare routine, and we all know preparation is key!

So first, you start with the Ultra Volume Bodifying Spray. This step is the essential base step for your hair. Spraying on towel-dried hair, this leave-in moisturiser is designed to strengthen each hair fibre, providing lightweight care and enhancing fullness. 

You can then follow with the Ultra Volume Soft Volumizer, a super simple spray that is beautiful because it gives you hair natural volume and provides a flexible hold to help your style last longer. 

 

The final step in your hair routine is the Ultra Volume Dust Up Volumizing Powder. This powder hair volumiser can be applied throughout the lengths or directly to the roots to add a little extra bounce to your finished look. It is ideal for creating short-textured crops, lifting roots, or adding a tousled effect to longer lengths. It’s also great for adding immediate grip to fine hair, making it easier to style.

Adding so many additional products to your routine can seem like a lot of effort, but they are all worth it to get your hair prepped. The right products don’t add extra weight but work seamlessly within your routine to add that extra vavoom you’ve been dreaming of!

 

Tip 3: O&M Rootalicious, with a few fun extras!

Our final volume recommendations come from the Aussie brand Original & Mineral. Start by spritzing a little of the Atonic Thickening Spritz through damp hair to help temporarily thicken hair. It’s a dream for fine hair as it utilises honey, adheres to the hair shaft to form a flexible body, making the hair thicker and fuller. 

Follow it up with Style Guru. It’s a luxurious creme that helps condition hair and enable easy styling and combing, also adds body to both straight and curly hair. Apply a small amount onto your palm and apply to damp hair before blow drying to create a voluminous look.

Once your hair is 50% or so dry, spray some of the Rootalicious Root Lift Mousse and blow dry with a round brush. This helps to add volume from the root by forming an invisible barrier around the roots, giving them both support and lift. The great part about this root touch-up spray is that it contains natural actives such as Lilly Pilly and Kakadu Plum, which helps protect and condition hair simultaneously. 

 

Voluminous hair has never been easier, and GlamBox is the best online haircare store to buy all your hair products for the glamorous volume you’ve been dreaming of. Shop the products by clicking on the links above, or contact one of our hair experts to get your personalised recommendations now!

 

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