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V fine hair, recommendations for thickener?

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Hushabyelullaby Wed 08-Mar-17 22:46:29

I have very fine hair, so I used to use the product Fat Hair Amplifying Mist by Samy (which you spray on wet hair before drying it).

I went to buy some more the other day and it seems that this has been discontinued. I've looked online, but can only find it for £20+ a bottle. It used to be £2.99.

I don't want a mousse as this really clogs my hair. Does anyone now of a decent alternative?

TIA

MusicToMyEars800 Wed 08-Mar-17 22:57:47

I have fine hair and I use Bumble and Bumble products they are very good but are quite pricey, they do last though as you don't need massive amounts so it's a price i'm happy to pay.

MusicToMyEars800 Wed 08-Mar-17 23:01:21

www.boots.com/bumble-and-bumble-thickening-shampoo-250ml-10145452
www.boots.com/bumble-and-bumble-thickening-hairspray-50ml-10145908
www.boots.com/bumble-and-bumble-thickening-conditioner-250ml-10145493
www.boots.com/bumble-and-bumble-thickening-dryspun-finish-120ml-10161054
Here's a few of the products I use

HenniePennie Thu 09-Mar-17 10:54:10

I used Kerastase Volumifique (shampoo and blow dry spray) for years. Ran out when I was on holiday in Spain and hairdresser recommended something that I would never have considered - a gel.

It's now what I use all the time. Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt. It doesn't act like a gel and you only need a small bit.

HenniePennie Thu 09-Mar-17 10:58:07

Musictoyourears - that dryspun finish spray looks interesting. Have just ordered!

MusicToMyEars800 Thu 09-Mar-17 11:17:53

they are very good products, they do last though so it makes up for the price smile

DancingHouse Thu 09-Mar-17 13:50:03

Urban fudge iced raspberry

Weebleswobbles Thu 09-Mar-17 14:24:35

I use this https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B008729FSG/ref=mpss_a11_1aa_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1489069435&sr=8-1&keywords=nicky+clarke+hair+raising

Hushabyelullaby Sat 11-Mar-17 13:36:53

ooh thanks for the suggestions all!

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