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Best Shampoos For Fine Hair

Forget fine hair, I'm just fine!  — by Pixabay
Forget fine hair, I'm just fine!  — by Pixabay

You can’t watch more than an hour of TV without seeing an advert for hair products and the gorgeous, glossy and thick locks of the women promoting them. But what do you do if you weren’t naturally blessed with a lions mane? Extensions can be costly and also do more harm than good. So, here are some of the best shampoos for fine hair that will give even the flattest do’s a do-over!

The legend shampoo

When it comes to haircare, Kerastase is one of the most salon-worthy brands and for good reason. This shampoo features ‘contouring polymers’ which add volume to each strand of hair. It promises a feather-light finish and deep-cleaned feeling with an added boost of bounce and volume.

Kerastase Resistance Bain Volumifique Thickening Shampoo, £16.50

The natural shampoo

When you want thick, healthy hair but also want to use the most natural products, finding suitable haircare a few years ago may have been a struggle.

Luckily, eco-conscious brands have become more popular as we have begun to question just what we’re putting on our bodies. This shampoo from Desert Essence not only smells delicious, but with sugar and coconut oil cleansers to remove impurities, and organic kelp and nettle extracts to provide a hearty helping of vitamins and minerals. Fine hair feels volumized and thickened!

Desert Essence Organics Thickening Shampoo - Green Apple and Ginger £4.75

I woke up like this... — by Pixabay
I woke up like this... — by Pixabay

The colour saver

Having fine hair doesn’t mean you have to compromise on colour, but it does mean that yours may need some extra TLC.

Pureology are the experts on coloured hair and offer a huge range of award-winning shampoos, conditioners and treatments, including the Clean Volume range which has one of the best shampoos for fine hair.

This sulphate-free shampoo features musk, amber, peach and jasmine to turn your shower into a salon-level experience, while keeping body-boosting formulas and colour protection at its core.

Pureology Clean Volume Shampoo £12.95

The luxury shampoo

When you’re feeling a little flush with cash, you may want to consider investing in a luxury shampoo to give your fine hair a serious pamper.

Shu Uemura’s Art of Hair Muroto Volume Pure Lightness Shampoo may be lengthy to say, but it also has a long list of reasons to be in your bathroom. Designed specifically with fine hair in mind, this shampoo gently cleans and nourishes to give you sleek, shiny hair, while the Himalayan crystal minerals help to fortify your hair fibres and boost volume!

Shu Uemura Art of Hair Muroto Volume Pure Lightness Shampoo £20.15

The budget shampoo

With so many expensive shampoos on offer, this is really a no-brainer at a bargain price. When it comes to being one of the best shampoos for fine hair, Matrix promise to leave hair feeling thicker and healthier while also providing root-to-tip volume for all day luxury locks.

Matrix Biolage Full Density Shampoo £8.95

If you're looking for inspiration on what to do with your boosted blow-out, you can check out the 5 Hairstyles That Have Taken Over Salons in 2018, and tell us any tricks to keep your hair in tip-top shape below!

This article was originally published on @sophiechadwick