There are so many wonderful things about being a mature woman, darlings! There also may be a few changes we didn’t bargain for, but perspective is everything! When we choose to look at the changes that come with aging as “different” rather than “difficult,” we can simply adapt with a great attitude. One of these physical changes is thinning hair, but never fear here are the best styling tools for thinning hair.
Best styling tools for thinning hair
Charlie Curls No Heat Hair Curler; $24.99 online here.
The best way to protect your thin hair is by not using heat to style it. Now, with the Charlie Curls No Heat Curler, you don’t have to use the curling iron to achieve gorgeous curls and volume. Just bend the product around your hair and leave it in while you sleep to wake up in the morning with amazing, damage free curls.
Rusk Thickr Hairspray for Fine or Thin Hair; $9.09 online here.
Another go-to product for thinning hair is Rusk Thickr hairspray. It delivers great hold, but more importantly, it actually makes hair look and feel fuller and more voluminous.
Andis 1 1/2 in. High Heat Ceramic Straightener; $29.99 online here.
If you are looking to straighten out your hair’s kinks and tame flyaways while doing minimal damage to your thin hair, then you need to check out this flat iron! I love that the Andis High Heat Ceramic straightener has an adjustable temperature. It goes up to 400 degrees, but I prefer to stay around 200 degrees and the Andis works so well that you don’t even need the extra heat. The ceramic plates glides and won’t pull or tear hair, making this the perfect flat iron for thin hair.
Voloom Hair Volumizing Iron with Pouch and Accessories; $59.95 online here.
Tired of limp, lifeless hair? The Voloom volumizing iron will put an end to bad hair days and leave your hair looking fuller and younger. Just use it the way you would a normal flat iron to reveal hair with incredible life and fullness.
Mason Pearson – Pocket All Boar Bristle Hairbrush; $120 online here.
Nobody wants to lose hair in their hairbrush, especially those of us with thin hair! This brush does a great job of detangling without ripping or pulling hair, and brushing with a paddle or cushion boar bristle brush actually promotes hair growth.
What about your favorite hair products, dear readers? What do you consider the best styling tools for thinning hair?