THE BIG BOMBSHELL HAIR
Not everyone is born to have hair that is dense and thick; no one is ever really like, "I woke up like this" looking like a Victoria's Secret model just fresh off the runway. That is never a reality. I mean seriously people, let's be real. Even the most beautiful girl who walks this earth will never say or claim that.
Now what one has to do to give lifeless, limp, sad locks a new lease on life? Even better, achieve full volume Bombshell hair. I know for myself, I want something like that, not for everyday though but on occasions or when attending an important event. I know you want that too, right?
The answer to it all, well, obviously are hair extensions. Hair stylists on the annual Victoria's Secret fashion show have been arming themselves with these hair extensions for years to give Heidi Klum, Gisele Bundchen, Candice Swanepoel, Adriana Lima, Doutzen Kroes and others that VSFS runway worthy hair. So that they can live up to their bombshell status.
There are several types of hair extensions that can fulfill those bombshell dreams; say for example using several pieces of hair bundles. Nothing is more volumizing and thickening than a good set of these hair bundles. Disguise clips or attachments by gently teasing your layers thus creating fullness and height.
To really reach new heights with your mane, try also lace closure made of real human hair then blow dry with your hair flipped upside down. Add some finishing spray to add extra bounce and you are good to go.
360 frontal hair extensions on the other hand are similar to a closure piece that is used when wearing wigs, weaves or hair extension pieces. The obvious difference though is that frontal extensions encloses the entire front area of your head from temple to temple right at the hairline. They allow you more versatility when styling your hair for several reasons without it looking as if you are wearing a wig or weave. This is why frontals work great for women who have thinning hair. That being said, you can blow dry, add body-enhancing styling lotion to your hair for added lift.
Sure, you can follow those handy tips you read on the internet like use volumizing shampoo and conditioner to help boost body, amp up your blow drying techniques or so many products available on the market at the moment which will breathe new life into limp locks or raise the volume on lackluster strands instantly. I have tried some of that but let's be honest, some of them never really give you the desires of your heart.
Achieving Bombshell hair is not a single feat. I guess we could all agree that it is a combination of several hair enhancers. How about you, how do you get voluminous locks? Care to share them?