Thin hair creates a lot of problems to its owners. They almost always look painful and require everyday washing and styling. Experts advise doing on fine hair chemistry or lamination.
Chemistry for Thin Hair
Often in salons owners of fine hair are advised to make light chemistry. Chemistry gives hair the missing volume and removes greasy shine. After chemistry, the hair does not require special piling, and, therefore, less exposed to damage. Externally, the hair looks healthy and strong.
However, like any chemical effect, the wave breaks the hair from the inside. Thin hair is already influenced by the environment, and after chemistry they can begin to split and break. After a chemical wave, the color of the overgrown hair changes very often.
Lamination of fine hair
Lamination is a cosmetic procedure that is aimed at restoring the structure of the hair. This procedure gives the hair shine, silky and elasticity. Hair looks much thicker than it actually is. Lamination, unlike chemistry, does not give much volume to the hair.
When laying it is not necessary to resort to curling iron and ironing to straighten hair, as well as to high feather temperatures and to deep cleansing agents. All this can lead to trauma to the hair and reduce the duration of the preservation of the result. Usually lamination lasts up to six weeks.
Lamination can be done on chemical perm. In this case, it should be borne in mind that lamination makes the hair heavier – and some curls can straighten. It is also possible the appearance of brittleness at the roots of hair: thin hair, weakened by chemistry, is prone to brittleness under its own weight.
Do not forget about the considerable cost of the lamination process and the quality of the compositions used. The quality of lamination is directly dependent on the skills of the master. Even with the best compositions, an inept master can do much damage to the hair.
What is better to do for thin hair?
What is better to do on thin hair: light chemistry or lamination? This choice is purely individual. Someone will do chemistry, and someone and two options at once. But for the sake of confidence it is better to entrust the choice to a specialist. He correctly assess the condition of the hair and choose the best option for them. Perhaps it will be lamination with any volumetric styling, or sparing chemistry, or both at once.
The main thing is to remember that whatever the hair, laminated or with chemistry, thin or thick, it is important that they are well-kept and healthy.