Having hair in the right condition can be a real confidence booster. Very few looks are complete without having luscious, thick, beautiful hair and even slight improvements can change an average appearance into a real head-turner.

Despite many people having an intense desire to make their hair as full as possible, they’re not really sure when to start. However, it doesn’t take that much to truly bump your hair up to the next level.

Here are 5 simple, easy steps you can take to get a full, healthy head of hair.

Eat Lots of Protein

As protein is one of the major building blocks for the structure of hair, getting enough of it in your diet is an absolute must. Not eating sufficient levels of protein will end up making your hair dull-colored, brittle, non-elastic, and generally difficult to work with. It’s recommended you consume around 50 grams of protein a day, at the very least, to make sure your hair stays in optimal condition.

Get the Right Shampoo and Conditioner

There are plenty of shampoos you can purchase that are absolutely terrible for your hair and just as many conditioners that aren’t very moisturizing. It’s a good idea when you’re looking for hair products to get thickening or volumizing shampoos and conditioners. These not only improve the strength of your hair but also typically lack the abundance of ingredients that tend to stick around in your hair after you wash it, making your hair as voluminous as possible.


Consistent brushing isn’t just useful for detangling or straightening, it also has a lot of benefits for your hair’s health overall. Brushing exfoliates your scalp and also has a mild massaging effect that opens the capillaries around your hair follicles, resulting in superior nutrient distribution.

However, the most significant benefit has to do with oil. Your scalp naturally secretes oils that coat hair strands and keeps them protected. Unfortunately, especially if you have longer hair, it can take an extremely long time to distribute these oils from the roots to the ends, if it occurs at all. Brushing more evenly coats your hair with these oils, making it stronger, shinier, and more healthy.

Going Down the Tech Route

As we live in the age of technology, it’s no surprise that solutions have come about that use the wonders of technology to improve the condition of our hair.

One such piece of technology is the laser cap. This device is a head covering that comes equipped with a multitude of laser diodes, usually a couple hundred, that stimulate hair follicles in order to make hair thicker, fuller, and more abundant. It’s useful for improving the condition of already present hair, but it’s also good at reversing the effects of balding.

These caps are relatively simple to use, requiring very limited maintenance and are highly portable. Typically, all they require is a simple degree of charging through an ordinary outlet and then turned on.


Having truly healthy hair can be very difficult to accomplish for a lot of reasons that have very little to do with the way you treat your hair on a day to day basis. Sometimes, you might just have certain nutritional deficiencies that can be difficult to compensate for through diet alone.

Fortunately, there are a bunch of dietary supplements out there that can help you achieve the mane of your dreams. Generally speaking, it’s good to go with something that contains plenty of keratin, Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin D, and zinc as all these compounds are all necessary components of hair growth and are guaranteed to improve the condition of your hair, especially if you stick to a steady routine over a long period of time.

The Bottom Line

Getting your hair to be as healthy and strong as you would like can seem to be a daunting challenge at first, but the reality is that so long as you make a couple of simple changes to your daily routine, you’ll get the results you’re looking for in no time.

Author's Bio: 

Regina Thomas is a Southern California native who spends her time as a freelance writer and loves cooking at home when she can find the time. Regina loves reading, music, hanging with her friends and family along with her Golden Retriever, Sadie. She loves adventure and living every day to the fullest.