What is the best product to add texture to fine hair?
This all depends on how you choose to style your hair and what end result you are after.
Our Cool Girl Texture Mist creates instant volume and texture and should be used in dry hair. No blow-dry or heat styling required - perfect for a lightweight touch-up!
What is the difference between texture spray and hairspray?
Texture sprays like our Cool Girl Texture Mist are designed to enhance your hair’s natural texture and add volume. A hairspray such as our Modern Hairspray gives hold and maintains your hairstyle. Not all hairsprays are made equal; however, our Modern Hairspray’s innovative formulation protects hair up to 230ºC when heat styling, and with a fine mist leaves hair touchably soft.
Which is your strongest texturiser?
Get grip that won’t slip with our Easy Up-Do Texture Spray. Formulated to give the perfect foundation for big hair, bold up-dos are a cinch, taking minutes instead of hours.
Backcombing is a breeze with quick mists into roots and then a swift backcomb for height. Brush-out-able and buildable so you can change your style as easily as your mood and while hair feels soft.
Any tips for adding texture to hair?
Using products that contain ingredients such as salt and polymers add grip to your strands, giving your hair a boost of texture and body. Our new Sundaze Sea Spray achieves just that, adding breezy beach textures for sea-kissed styling. For shorter hair lengths, a clay is great for creating lasting structure and definition - try our Perfect Mess Soft Matt Clay for a matte, dry texture that gives reworkable hold.
What is hair texture?
Your hair texture refers to the natural physical characteristics of your hair strands. This includes the shape and thickness of your hair fibres. Common textures include straight, wavy, curly, and coily. To determine your texture, take a strand of your hair after drying it without any heat or styling products. Straight hair will fall smoothly, with no visible bends. Wavy hair will have gentle S or C shapes that vary throughout. Curly hair will form distinct spirals or ringlets. Coily hair will have tight coils and can also form a zigzag-like pattern. To determine your hair’s thickness, run a strand between your thumb and forefinger. If you cannot feel the strand or can hardly feel it, you have fine hair. If you can feel the strand with no trouble, you have thick hair. If you are somewhere in between, you have medium hair.