, 2022-11-07 20:59:00,
Stylist, 23, dubbed the ‘Aussie Rapunzel’ shares the three secrets that made her metre-long hair thicker in months
- A hair model with one-metre-long locks has been dubbed the ‘Aussie Rapunzel’
- Sophie, 23, shared the three secrets that made her thin hair thicker and fuller
- She started by changing up the hairbrush she uses and applying oil to the ends
- Sophie gives herself regular head massages to stimulate growth and has trims
A hair model from Sydney who has been dubbed the ‘Australian Rapunzel’ has revealed the three secrets that help keep her metre-long hair looking thicker.
The 23-year-old, who is called Sophie but goes by the name the ‘Aussie Rapunzel’, said she was struggling with thin, limp locks as recently as 2020, before she made three simple changes.
‘I’m gonna teach you guys how I made my hair thicker,’ Sophie posted on TikTok.
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A hair model from Sydney who has been dubbed the ‘Australian Rapunzel’ has revealed the three secrets that helped to make her metre-long hair look thicker (pictured now)
BEFORE AND AFTER: The 23-year-old, who is called Sophie but goes by the name the ‘Aussie Rapunzel’, said she was struggling with thin, limp locks as recently as 2020, before she made three simple changes
‘This is my hair about two years ago, and as you can see it is very long but it is very thin. This is what my hair looks like today. There are three things I changed.’
The first thing she said she did was she switched her hairbrush in order to ‘eliminate as much breakage as possible’.
‘I switched from a thick, styling brush to a thin, bristle brush,’ Sophie said.
She favours Tangle Teezer’s Wet Brush (S25.50), which can be used on both wet and dry hair.
Sophie said the type of hairbrush you use is vitally important to limit breakage. She swears by Tangle Teezer’s Wet Brush ($25.50), which she uses on both wet and dry hair (pictured)
The next thing the 23-year-old did was apply oil to the ends of her hair whenever she brushed it.
‘That way your hair is hydrated and it will glide over any knots and eliminate hair pull and breakage,’ Sophie said.
Finally, the Aussie Rapunzel indulges in regular at-home head massages as this not only contributes to hair growth, but it also…
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