Do you dream of flaunting the big, fabulous hair that celebrities rock on the red carpet? If your hair is fine and thin, you may think it’s impossible. Think again: The voluminous locks of both current A-listers like Blake Lively and Adele, and retro glamour queens like Brigitte Bardot and Marilyn Monroe, are now achievable.
Amplifying products are a dime a dozen on the shelf, but L’Oréal Paris Hair Expert Volume Filler line is the first of its kind with a new formula with Filloxane, which instantly makes hair feel twice as full and thick.*
How is that possible? It all comes down to science. Keratin is the densifying protein found in hair, and it’s responsible for how voluptuous strands look. The keratin complex that is found throughout the L’Oréal Paris line of volumizing products penetrates the hair fiber from root to tip.
For the biggest, most glamorous hair, start with L’Oréal Paris Volume Filler Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner. Bonus, any volumizing styling products you use afterward will work even better by building upon an already-volumized base of hair.
Once a week, maximize your volume L’Oréal Paris Volume Filler Fiber Amplifying Concentrate. Shampoo first. Then mix one ampoule of thickening treatment with a bit of Volume Filler Conditioner in your palm, and apply evenly throughout damp hair. Let sit for one to two minutes before rinsing out thoroughly.
After the shower, apply a dollop L’Oréal Paris Volume Filler Densifying Gelee through damp hair. Blow-dry to activate the product. It instantly melts in to add body and bounce.
For high performance styling, try the L’Oréal Paris Boost It line. The lightweight formulas offer thermal protection, targeted root lift and bounce for volumized looks that hold the entire day—or night.
Thin hair doesn’t have to be your destiny. You can volumize whatever Mother Nature gave you and turn it into a blessing. Try L’Oréal Paris Hair Expert Volume Filler and Boost It styling products and be ready for your own personal red carpet moment.
*Feels like 2 times more hair based on a consumer test of shampoo and conditioner.