“It’s very important to begin with a shampoo and conditioner that promote hair health. I recommend something that includes biotin, collagen and B vitamins, ” said Rivera
“Root boosters can be very helpful. I like Moroccanoil Root Boost because it’s very light weight which prevents weighing down hair that may be thin,” Rivera told ESSENCE.
“When styling, it’s very important to use a hair spray that allows for movement and that isn’t too heavy,” shared Rivera.
“Bobs are a go to cut for so many reasons. I especially like the asymmetrical bob for thin hair. The longer length on one side tends to adds dimension to your hair and can enhance facial features. For extra volume, the asymmetrical bob can also be worn with a deep side part which can add the illusion of more hair at the crown,” said Rivera.
“Stay away from over styling. If you do style with tools, make sure to always use a heat protectant product first and keep the heat on low,” said Rivera.
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