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How does Kristin Scott Thomas get her hair looking thicker

(17 Posts)
Ehsamy Wed 22-Mar-17 19:38:48

Sorry for crap title. She's got fine hair but in the second pic it looks thicker. Any ideas?

smashyourglasses Wed 22-Mar-17 19:40:06

She probably uses toppers/wiglets.

Ehsamy Wed 22-Mar-17 20:05:09


retainertrainer Wed 22-Mar-17 20:31:25

Yes I agree. Loads of celebs use them for red carpets. Christina Hendricks and Miranda hart spring to mind.

wobblywonderwoman Wed 22-Mar-17 20:32:23

Love her hair is the second photo. Just beautiful.

retainertrainer Wed 22-Mar-17 20:35:30

They look amazing

retainertrainer Wed 22-Mar-17 20:35:59

They look amazing

retainertrainer Wed 22-Mar-17 20:36:38

They look amazing

retainertrainer Wed 22-Mar-17 20:37:27

Epic fail!

Safe to say I think they look amazing!

kingscrossnoodle Wed 22-Mar-17 20:38:00

Yeah, she fakes it

UnGoogleable Wed 22-Mar-17 20:44:19

Don't underestimate what a bloody good professional blow dry and loads of product can do as well though.

I have thin hair, but my hairdresser works absolute magic with the hairdryer.

Disabrie22 Wed 22-Mar-17 22:43:04

What's a wicket?

Disabrie22 Wed 22-Mar-17 22:43:19


retainertrainer Thu 23-Mar-17 06:21:17

They're a type of half wig,a hair piece. They fit on to the top of the head,you use a section of your own fringe to cover the hair line.

DalaHorse Thu 23-Mar-17 14:56:34

Clip in extensions cut by a hairdresser to blend in with your own hair. You only need a few here and there for volume, not whole head of long horse-hair.

AliciaMayEmory Thu 23-Mar-17 17:38:56

I need these! Where can you get them from? I bought some awful clip-in extensions from the clothes show and even though they looked ok when the lady put them in for me, I just cannot do them at home.

eyespydreams Thu 23-Mar-17 21:39:07

Man, you learn something new here every day.

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