Big hair is firmly back in fashion, but it's a tough look to create for those of us not blessed with voluminous locks.
However, even those of us with thin hair can achieve A-list worthy bounce according to Dublin-born celebrity hairdresser Andrew Fitzsimons, who has worked with some of the biggest names in showbiz including Adele, Bella Hadid and Susan Sarandon, reports The Daily Mail.
Andrew, who is Kourtney Kardashian's personal hairstylist and works regularly with Kim, Khloe, Kylie and Kendall held his first ever UK Masterclass this week and shared his top tips for fine hair with Femail.
Read on to find out the unexpected hacks for boosting your hair, including using root cover up even when you don't need a touch up and embracing old-fashioned rollers.
Get the basics right
The foundation for healthy volumous hair is a good shampoo and conditioning regime. For finer hair I would recommend a lighter deep cleansing shampoo that gets rid of product build up which weighs the hair down making it looks thin and lank.
Weekly conditioning treatments are a must to create volume and vitality. If you colour your hair make sure you use Olaplex one a week - it repairs coloured hair making the structure of your hair stronger and thicker.
Never rub dry with a towel
The biggest no no for fine hair is roughly towel drying hair - just pat the hair with a towel or you will break your already fragile hair.
Old fashioned but an old reliable with all my clients is velcro rollers. They are a really easy way to get maximum volume in the hair. Put the rollers in while you do your make up to give a bouncy blow dry look.
Don't be afraid of mousse
It gets a bad rep, but it's come a long way if you use the correct product. A good volumising mousse is great for fine hair. Use it when the hair is damp on the roots, then dry the hair upside down for a great root lift.
Use hair spray on your roots
Teasing the root with a little hair spray gives instant fullness to the hair. Make sure it's just light teasing, section by section with a paddle brush or comb.
Make sure the hair spray you use is light, if it's heavy it can weight the hair down.
Have regular trims
If you have finer hair you must have regular trims instead of holding on to straggly ends that make the hair appear thinner.
Adopt a shorter style, the more length you take off, the thicker the hair will look. The bob is set to be a big look for next season.
Protect against heat
Hair is very fragile, especially fine hair, so making sure you always use a good protection spray is essential.
Also turn down the heat down on your dryers and straighteners, fine hair doesn't need the hottest setting - this will maintain health and vitality.
Use dry shampoo for texture
Use a texturising spray or a dry shampoo, this is a great way for keeping volume in hair throughout the day.
Flip your head upside down starting on the underside of the hair, spray dry shampoo or texturising spray from the root to the midshaft to create volume.
Touch up roots - even if you don't need to
A really easy hair hack for thin hair is to use a root shadow, this instantly makes the hair look fuller.
Color Wow do a great root cover up, just use a little brush and apply the correct tone to the scalp - this will instantly make it look like you have more hair.
Spritz on a shine spray
Shiny hair adds volume, creating depth to the hair. To get your hair really shiny, make sure you do not over use product, so as little as possible