How to get thicker hair

Voluminous hair has always been the big thing. Unfortunately, many of us aren’t blessed with naturally billowing hair. But that doesn’t mean we should weigh our hair down with expensive extensions! Learning how to maintain naturally luscious locks is better – and cheaper – in the long run.

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Adding a few simple steps to your beauty routine will give you a salon-perfect hairstyle. Read below for our top 5 Ways to Get Thicker Hair.

Advanced Hair Studio’s Treatments to Thicken Hair

The first step in knowing how to thicken thin hair is to diagnose the reason behind the thinning, and how far advanced it is. The first step in your treatment will be a free, no obligation Hair Check.

During this Hair Check, we will analyse the health of your hair and scalp and give you an idea of the thickening treatments that will work best for you. Popular procedures include:

Men’s Therapies

  • Strand-by-Strand®: Our Strand-by-Strand® treatment gives you thicker hair by matching each new strand to existing strands. This means your hair looks natural from every angle.
  • Advanced Laser Therapy: Our laser therapy, combined with our at-home Stem Cell Hair Technology Factors has been proven to increase hair growth by 90%. By activating your follicles, you will grow more and thicker hair.
  • Advanced Hair Fibres: Thickening Fibres: Thanks to our keratin fibres, you can get instantly thicker hair. Just brush the keratin through, and it will bond to your hair for an instantly full head of hair.
  • Advanced Singular Hair Grafting: The hairline is often the first place where thinning occurs, we can thicken your hair without anyone knowing you’ve been through surgery.

Women’s Therapies

  • Strand-by-Strand®: This hair restoration process gives you thicker hair naturally. No one will know you’ve even visited us, and you’ll love running your hands through your voluminous hair!
  • Advanced Laser Therapy: Our laser therapy, combined with our at-home Stem Cell Hair Technology Factors has been proven to increase hair growth by 90%. By activating your follicles, you will grow more and thicker hair.
  • Advanced Hair Fibres: Thickening Fibres: Thanks to our keratin fibres, you can get instantly thicker hair. Just brush the keratin through, and it will bond to your hair for an instantly full head of hair.
  • Advanced Singular Hair Grafting: The hairline is often the first place where thinning occurs, we can thicken your hair without anyone knowing you’ve been through surgery.
  • FlashPoints®: Hair extensions are a great way for women to get thicker hair, and ours are the best on the market. They are reusable, don’t require any wax, glue or weaving and the look incredible.
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1. Change What You Eat

If you want thicker hair, there are styling tricks and then there are foolproof ways to change your body from the inside-out.

To make strong, healthy strands of hair, your body needs plenty of protein, while Omega-3 fatty acids will help you produce nourishing oils for your scalp.

“All basic nutrients contribute to keeping us whole and healthy, but protein provides the building blocks that allow us to repair, replace, or grow bones, skin, muscles, and hair,” explains nutritionist and health expert Joy Bauer at her website. (You’ve probably seen Bauer dispensing must-follow advice on NBC’s Today Show!)

“People who don’t get enough protein in their diets, such as those with anorexia nervosa or who follow any extreme weight-loss diet, will slow the rate of new hair growth,” she adds.

While some hair loss is genetic, more likely thinning strands are brought on by stress, medication, or – let’s face it – just getting older.

“In both men and women, levels of androgens [a hormone related to testosterone and hair growth] decrease after about age 40, which leads to thinner, slower-growing, less luxurious hair as we get older,” writes Bauer.  

Eating a hair-healthy diet can make a big difference as you face these hormonal changes, especially if you’ve recently switched to a vegetarian lifestyle or feel sideways with stress.

Look for dietary staples like chicken, turkey, and other forms of lean protein to help your body build keratin, an important protein for hair growth. Gone green? Think eggs, lentils, legumes, and tofu.

Even if you are getting enough protein, be aware of your mineral intake, too, suggests dermatologist David Leffell.

“Because both zinc and iron are key to cell production in hair follicles, a deficiency in either nutrient could also cause hair to thin or even fall out,” Leffell told Self Magazine.

Hunt down fortified cereals, lean beef, and shellfish – like oysters – for a diet rich in iron and zinc. Veggies like broccoli and spinach, along with lentils and beans, are also important sources of iron.

Finally, stock up on fish, walnuts, and flaxseed – all foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids that will give your hair sheen and volume by fostering a healthy scalp.

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3. Get A Haircut

It’s easy to feel ashamed or uncertain if you’re experiencing hair loss – but don’t let thinning hair scare you away from the salon chair.

“Although it seems counterintuitive, trimming your hair while growing it out will actually encourage hair growth by getting rid of any damaged, broken, or split ends,” writes Ashley Okwuosa at Women’s Health.

Even healthy hair will start to split after about 3 to 4 months after your last cut, and split ends make the structure of your hair weak.

“The ends, which have been styled and colored the most (since the farther a strand is from its root, the older it is), are vulnerable to splitting,” explains Hannah Morrill at Real Simple.

“When you don’t trim regularly, hairs can split right up the shafts and break off, even though the follicles are still in the growth phase,” she adds.

That’s not exactly an ideal environment for the thicker, fuller hair you’re probably imagining!

While it might be painful initially, it’s worth it to sit in that stylist’s chair and get a trim – your hair will thank you.

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4. Cool It

Damage from styling tools is a one-way ticket to splitsville – not to mention duller, drier, flatter hair.

Limiting heat styling protects your hair cuticles, which are crucial for growing thick, healthy hair, says Dr. Alan Baumann, a physician and hair transplant surgeon.

“Once the cuticle is damaged, the moisture balance is disrupted and your hair is more prone to breakage,” Bauman told Prevention.

Lowering the heat on your hair dryer – or letting your hair air dry before using heat – will make a huge difference and protect your delicate strands.

Just be careful when you’re air drying your hair, cautions health and beauty writer Nina Elias.

Wet hair actually swells and “the longer the swelling goes on…the more pressure it puts on the delicate proteins keeping hair intact, which can lead to more damage,” she explains at Prevention.

Your best bet is to let your hair dry most of the way before turning on a hair dryer, Elias suggests. Just remember to keep that heat setting on “low.”

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Biotin

Sometimes referred to as Vitamin H, Biotin promotes healthy hair by increasing the hair’s elasticity and protecting against dryness, which in turn helps prevent breakage. Biotin can also be found in foods such as brown rice, bulgar, lentils and oats.

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Protein Powder

Your muscles, hair, nails, skin, and eyes are made of protein. Not just for those pumped up weightlifters, by consuming a high dose of protein in the form of powder it will help nourish your hair from the inside. Of course good amounts of protein can also be found in lean meats, kidney beans, nuts and seeds.

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a great supplement as its most commonly found in sunshine! What better excuse to pop to the park on your lunch break? If the rain clouds are out today then some foods which are high in vitamin D are oily fish; herring, trout and smoked salmon, tofu, and hard boiled eggs. That already sounds like a great salad!

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