Fine hair is characterised by the fact that your hair dries quickly in the air after washing, you are quickly styled with the right haircut and the hair shines beautifully and glows when light falls on your hair, as it is naturally slightly translucent.
To maintain these benefits, we recommend taking good care of fine and thin hair:
- Clean hair with lukewarm water and as little shampoo as possible.
- After washing your hair, rinse well and gently press dry with a towel
- Prefer air drying
- Use wide-toothed wooden or horn combs when combing wet hair, as they are gentle on the cuticle and hardly any hair comes loose from the roots.
- Regular brushing with a boar bristle brush (preferably against the grain to strengthen the hair roots) stimulates hair growth, can strengthen the hair a little and gives perfect care to the sensitive cuticle Link: “100 brush strokes daily” Nonsense or sense?
- Apricot kernel oil is a light oil that moisturises skin and hair. Use it every few weeks as a hair treatment or in between for the ends of the hair.
People with fine hair often ask what you can do about static.
Besides certain surfactants in volumising shampoos, static build-up in the hair is caused by friction. With fine hair, you feel this charge more quickly because the hair has a low weight. In dry air, rubbing the hair together is often enough to make it fly.
Tip: Moisten your hands with water or a small amount of hand cream and briefly go over your hair – poof, the hair relaxes.
Our recommendation for naturally groomed fine, thin and straight hair:
The cherry wood knot comb is perfect. With the extra wide teeth you comb gently the wet hair and the hair before brushing with the boar bristle brush.
The fine teeth are suitable for styling fine, straight hair. With the boar bristle brush made of medium-hard and 100% pure boar bristle, you gently and effectively distribute your valuable hair oil from the scalp to the ends of the hair.
For you in a set (you save € 5):
Do you prefer a horn comb?
Since horn is the same material as our hair, the extra wide teeth are best suited for combing your wet hair and the wide teeth for styling your dry hair.
Yes, I am a buffalo horn fan and many of our customers too, especially when they have experienced the quality.