Today I wanted to answer a question that I received recently from Rhonda and that question is how to keep your hair topper from going flat on top by end of the day. I personally don't like to have a lot of volume in my hair topper but obviously you do not want to have a
topper looking really flat on top because that is not how our own natural hair looks so you do want to add a little bit of a volume into those roots and personally for me I don't have any of these issues, but I do have a very easy and a simple technique that you can do to actually add volume into the roots of your hair topper.
I've learned about this technique a while ago and I've been wanting to share it with you so now it's the perfect time for me to sit down and show you how it's done.
WHAT TO DO:
STEP 1 - WASH YOUR HAIR TOPPER
Wash you hair topper as you would normally do with sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. Normally, I'd say after you wash you hair topper to lay it flat on the towel and leave it dry, but now you are going to have to do something different.
STEP 2: CLIP A RIBBON AROUND THE CLIPS TO CREATE 2 LOOPS
You're going to use a ribbon or something that you can create a loop that will hold the
topper upside down. It's going to look something like this photo or watch the video to see how it's done.
STEP 3: HANG THE HAIR TOPPER IN THE BATH TOP TO DRY OVERNIGHT
and then you're going to leave the topper overnight in the tub to dry.
The next day you're going to have tons of volume in your topper watch the video to see how it's done and how I style the hair topper after it's dry.