Hair is often described as thin or fine, but the terms are not interchangeable. Hair is thin, fine, and thick depending on the density of individual follicles. Thin hair is more prone to breakage and may not hold a ponytail as well as thick hair does. It may also need extra strengthening products to prevent breakage and damage. Which description is the most accurate?
A few products are more appropriate for fine hair than others. PVP/VA Copolymer locks in shape and absorbs moisture. Panthenol is a good moisturizer for fine hair. Panthenol helps strengthen the hair cuticle. It is important to choose the right hair product for the desired look. Using too much product can cause breakage, and a good hair care product should be lightweight and give the hair just the right amount of weight.