The Best Texturizing Products for Fine, Thin Hair

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If you've been plagued (or blessed, depending on how you look at it) with fine, thin hair, you're most likely always looking to add more volume and texture to your limp strands. You also probably know that said volume and texture doesn't come easy (hey, we feel your pain and have battled with plenty of curling irons, blow dryers, hairsprays -- you name it in order to get sexy, Gisele-worthy locks, too).

Despite the effort it takes, getting the tousled, cool girl hair of your dreams isn't impossible. In fact, it's just a matter of using the right products that are designed for thin strands. Choose something meant for thicker hair, and your locks will most likely just fall back to its flat state from being weighed down by product.

Below, see the best texturizing products designed for fine hair:

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Myth: Styling tools are necessary to give your hair volume and texture. The proof? Redken’s new No Blow Dry NBD Airy Cream for fine hair ($24). This magical products gives you serious It-girl hair, without the use of a blow dryer or curling iron. Simply add a small amount to wet hair, and let it air dry to texturized perfection.

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