How To Thicken Hair: 10 Best Products And Videos That Actually Work

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how to thicken hair: 10 best products and videos.

There are a number of reasons you could be experiencing hair thinning, or maybe you've always lusted for thicker, more voluminous hair. Pregnancy, changes in hormones, a new birth control pill, or maybe it's hereditary — these can all be causes. 

Regardless of why you may be in this boat, there are tons of products, vitamins, serums, and so much more to help you restore your hair and your life. If you haven't already consulted your doctor, there may be additional pills and topicals you can use to learn how to thicken hair, to help fix receeding hairlines, and balding.

But if you're just looking for a quick fix or nip what could be a bigger problem in the butt before it gets worse, we have some products for you to try. Ranging from mousses, to rice milk, and to just plain old shampoo, we've got you and your hair thickening dreams covered.

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1. Blooming and Thickening Shampoo

This product helps give clogged folicles a boost while cleaning and revitalizing your hair. Good Lab products are made with clean antixodiants and vitamins for happy, healthy hair.

(Good Lab, $25)

2. Bumble and Bumble Bb. Thickening Volume Shampoo

Bumble and Bumble has an entire line of hair thickening products to help take fine hair and make it look and appear thicker. This prodcut gives your hair a boost for volume, giving you the appearance of thicker tresses.

(Bumble and Bumble, $26)

3. Grow Gorgeous Hair Density Serum

Everyone loves a good serum. But have you tried a serum for your scalp to achieve your desired look? With continued use of this serum, 90 percent of women say they saw results and fuller hair after 12 weeks of use.

(Ulta, $34)

4. Robin James

Robin James takes one for the team and tries out multiple products that turn his fine hair into thickness heaven! He lists his favorite products from Aveda, Nixion, and Label M that helped him restore his hair to his desired thickness.

5. Living Proof Full Thickening Cream

If you've never tried Living Proof, you've been living under a rock. All their products are light weight and make your hair feel clean and fresh. The product is color safe, helps with dryness, and thickens your hair.

(Sephora, $28)

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6. AnitaSamantha

If you like DIY and natural ingredients, this is about as natural as it gets. In the video, she shows you how to ferment rice in water for 24 hours before spraying the rice water into her hair for naturally long and thick hair. This idea is affordable and requires no harsh chemicals.

7. Amika Perfect Body Mousse

If you're looking for thick hair just for the night, you're in luck! This mousse helps create volume while locking your hair in place so you can party all night long.

(Amika, $25)

8. Sachajuan Thickening Shampoo

A hydrating thickening shampoo that does all the work for you while protecting you from UV and heat. This product comes from a Swedish haircare line and has a five star rating.

(Dermstore, $28)

9. House 99 Going Big Thickening Daily Shampoo

This product helps grow thick hair from the inside out. It reviatlizes your scalp and gives your hair a clean slate to grow on. The thickening shampoo contains no harsh ingredients, silicons, or parabens.

(Going Big, $30)

10. Nioxin Diamax Thickening Xtrafusion Treatment

This product helps treat existing strands of hair and give them a thicker, fuller appearance. Leave it in your hair while you go about your day or do chores around your house. It soaks into your scalp while soothing and repairing.

(Ulta, $41)

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Shelby Slaughter's lifestyle writing has been featured on Martha Stewart, HelloGiggles, Byride, and more. She has a zest for storytelling and sharing news with the world. 

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