The Best Volumizing Hair Products

Noughty Pumped Up hair shampoo

 

Flat, fine hair is the Bane of my life.

Every morning I fight the endless hair battle with my non-existent beehive to get it looking a little bit more Amy Winehouse then Worzel Gumgage (If you do not know who this is, then I envy your youth!).

Happy Hair days were a thing of my dreams until recently that is. After years and years of spending £££££££ on volumising hair products, I’ve finally found the secret formula for getting my locks looking a lot more voluminous.

To add volume to your hair you need two things and there really is no way of getting around it.

Heat and hair product.

You need heat to blast those roots into affinity and beyond, and then the product steps in to help keep it lifted.

As much as I would love to leave my hair to air dry naturally, its just never going to work for me.

So first things first, my shampoo and conditioner of choice right now are from the natural hair shampoo brand Noughty.

Noughty Pumped Up hair shampoo

Naughty – Pumped Up

Their newest range to hit the shelves (today!) is formulated with us fine/limp haired ladies in mind.

The shampoo does a lovely job of gently cleansing your mane, whilst the conditioner has a lovely lightweight feel to it, yet is still rich enough to properly treat and moisturise your hair. The smell of this range is absolutely divine, and it managed to leave my do looking all bouncy but without the fuzzy.

Yay!

 

So once my hair is feeling squeaky clean, I give it a good brush with a Tangle Teezer.

If you haven’t converted to a tangle teezer yet,

WHAT ARE YOU DOING!? 

Noughty Pumped Up hair shampoo

Brushing fine wet hair is a ball ache, it gets knotty the minute a comb comes its way, and you can literally hear the strands break as you yank your brush, or whatever torture device your using (my mum used to use a wide tooth comb on me, that was always fun….).

 

Tangle Teezer has quite literally changed my life.

Instead of spending twenty minutes yanking and pulling my knots, this clever little contraption (looks like a dogs brush tbh) gently glides through the strands quickly easing out all the tangles as it goes. No breakage, and no crying.

Life changing.

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Noughty Pumped Up hair shampoo

 

I then blast dry my mop upside down with my GHD Air.

Now I know this is the point that most people would put in their volumising product, like a moose or something to add lift. But I have yet to find something that doesn’t weight my hair down when wet.

I seriously think the key thing to do when you have such fine flat hair, is to keep the products as minimal as possible when especially when its wet.

Read my GHD Air Review Here!

 

So once your hair has been blasted dry, (the only good thing about having fine hair is how quick we can get it dry!) you wanna keep your head in the upside-down position, until the hair has cooled down.

What hairdressers call, setting.

Fancy.

Once you’ve got that volume in your roots from the hairdryer, it’s so much easier to keep it, then if you were trying to add volume to air-dried haired.

At this point, I go in either with my Batiste Heavenly Volume Dry Shampoo, Or VO5 Give Me Texture.

These both do pretty much the same thing, but I find with the VO5 powder, I can get a lot more OOMPH. Part the hairs, and sprinkle/spray directly at the root, and then give it a quick rub.

 

Doing this helps to keep that volume in at the roots, and the rest of the hair should feel lightweight and free.

If I’m after serious volume, I usually grab my Babyliss conical wand and gently create a few loose waves around the top section of my head.  Curl them up, then give them a shakeout and you’ve given yourself some extra volume in just a few seconds.

So there we have it. It can be so tempting to pile in the products when you’re trying to get a lift and bounce to your hair, but I’ve always found heat and a little texturing product at the root have been the best combination for me.
Hopefully, it will be for you too!

Noughty Pumped Up hair shampoo

 

 

 

 

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5 Comments

  1. February 6, 2018 / 3:27 pm

    I’m not at all familiar with this brand, so I’m glad you mentioned it! I have fine textured hair that requires a lot to get that bodied, voluminous look, so I’ll have to look into these products. Thanks for sharing and I hope you’re having a great week so far!

    XO,

    Jalisa
    THE STYLE CONTOUR

  2. February 7, 2018 / 3:58 pm

    I don’t know these products, but your promotion of them already makes me want to buy.
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

  3. Gabrielle
    February 7, 2018 / 7:16 pm

    100% with you on tangle teezers! They’re absolute life savers (and especially when you have very long hair!). Love the variety of colours they come in, as well as how much breakage they prevent 🙂 Have a lovely week!

    aglassofice.com
    x

  4. February 8, 2018 / 6:04 am

    I tried Noughty Haircare Care Taker and Intensive Care ranges and both were not right for me. Pumped Up sounds right for my hair and I’ll need to give it a try!

    Shireen⎜Reflection of Sanity

  5. February 14, 2018 / 6:32 pm

    I don’t brush my hair with something else but my Tangle Teezer for 5 years or so now and I can’t imagine going back to a normal comb anymore! 😀
    Dry shampoo really is my lifesaver!

    xo Noor
    clothesanddreams.blogspot.com

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