11 questions for you to ask yourself, with some useful information to help you choose the correct shampoo and conditioner for your hair and it's needs.
1) Are the mid-lengths and ends normal, dry or brittle (split ends)?
When choosing a conditioner, you should consider how the condition of your mid-lengths and ends are, as this is the main area where you should apply your conditioner.
Hair type: For all hair types depending on the size of the brush.
Good for: Achieving volume, flicks, turning under, straightening & general blow-drying.
The bristles means you can get good grip on the hair which when pulling upwards, achieves volume and when pulled tight down the hair, achieves a straight effect.
Products for fine/thin hair
The best products for fine hair are products which will give the hair root lift and added thickness, without weighing the hair down. The best styling products are those without too much added shine or stickiness as these can be too heavy for fine hair and can make it appear flat and greasy.