Natural Volumizing Products for Thin Wavy Hair

Give your hair some oomph with the right shampoo.

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When you have thin and wavy hair, volume isn't always guaranteed. Although the wave does give your limp hair some style, your strands can still look straggly unless they get a boost. If you don't want to use conventional products that contain artificial ingredients to get the job done, you'll need to look for something organic. Such products can give your mane a boost in a natural way.

Milk and Oatmeal Shampoo

If you want to kill two birds with one stone, use a natural shampoo that also gives your locks a lift. According to "Marie Claire" magazine, one quality, pure shampoo that can help your thin, wavy hair hails from France and is called Klorane Gentle Shampoo with Oat Milk. The milk helps to add texture and volume to your 'do because it contains high amounts of amino acids and proteins. So the next time you're visiting the Eiffel Tower, or just looking around the Internet, check the hair cleanser out.

Coconut Milk

This volumizer is about as natural as you can get -- coconut milk. Containing boatloads of healthy fats, this sweet liquid can totally boost your locks and get them looking lovely. Pour 1/2 cup of coconut into a squirt bottle then give your wet strands a spritz. Blow your hair dry and it should look like the amped up version of its former self.

Change Your Part

Perhaps the easiest way to get your thin, wavy strands a bit more oomph is by changing your part. Believe it or not, just moving your part to the other side of your head -- or over a few inches -- really gives your hair some volume, both on the top and side of your 'do. So the next time you're in the mood to switch things up, change your part and you'll likely be amazed with the results.

Nix Buildup

Hair products get your 'do looking fabulous, but they often leave behind residue that can seriously weigh your locks down. Remove that nasty buildup the natural way by mixing 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and a cup of water, says "Teen Vogue" magazine. Pour that over your washed and conditioned wet hair, then rinse it out. The vinegar gets rid of the buildup, which should give your thin and wavy hair a bit of volume.

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