is the colection just if you HAVE full and thick hair? or if you WANT full and thick hair. because my hair is verry thin and i was wondering if i should use this to make my hair thicker, or just stay with my normal volumizing shampoo
Pantene uses plastic like polymers that bind to the hair and make it appear thicker but it is actually just wrapping junk around the hair. I have heard in salons that the plastic can block hair follicles and might cause hair to fall out like the other person said. If you actually want hair to grow thicker you might want to try products like Nioxin. It was actually made for cancer patients to help them grow their hair back. It isn't a "illusion" product like most at the grocery store.
Well it won't actually make your hair thicker, as nothing can do that.
If the shampoo you are using now seems to help add volume, then keep using it. If not, just read the label on the Pantene product and it should state whether it is for naturally thick hair or for thin hair to add volume.
As for those bad-talking Pantene, don't listen. Products do NOT work the same for everyone, so while some might have bad results with Pantene, others won't. When I used to use it, I liked it.
Thickness is based on genetics and cannot be achieved from a product, pill, food, or vitamin. Pantene has wax in it which makes your hair feel like it's thicker, but it's buildup. Be cautious of long term use of this product because it is known to make hair more brittle.
Add some synthetic clip in extensions if you want thicker, fuller hair.
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