Fine Hair vs. Thin Hair

Fine Hair vs. Thin Hair

693 days ago · Amanda amandas@beautyindustrygroup.com

When you first hear them, the terms “fine” and “thin” hair may sound interchangeable. Stylists and clients alike have a number of “go-to” terms to describe the spectrum of hair types and lengths they encounter. Still, knowing what these terms actually mean can help you best suggest an upkeep regimen for your clients (or tighten the screws on your own) and help dispel hair myths and misinformation. Here’s...

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