that describe both "low density" and or "thin,
fine" hair may become confused at times.
difference in terms is best compared to two forests : one forest
has a stand of sparsely scattered trees throughout (low density).
The other has a population of trees that, although slender (thin
or fine), is densely populated.
usually results in "limp" hair that lies flat on the
head, along with suseptiblity to damage by too much processing
can be made to look thicker and fuller with a few tricks - traditional
teasing, with the use of thickening serums, volumizing shampoos
and conditioners, or blow drying the hair while lifting outward
from the head with a brush. A body wave or curly perm can also
do wonders for adding volume or thickness to each strand of hair.
problem for those with low density hair may be "sunlight
through the forest", for example, the scalp showing through
the hair. Experts suggest that a quick fix for this problem may
be a hair lightening treatment to help minimize the contrast between
hair and scalp.
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