For Men's Thick Hairstyles That Pop, Check Out Our DIY Hair Volumizer Recipe

I look my best when I take my helmet off after a long motorcycle ride. I have a glow and a bit of helmet hair. - Eric Bana

Actor Eric Bana has sports a men’s thick hairstyle that pops - and he knows how to use it. That said, gents, if you’d like an equally thick men’s haircut that not only pops, but is is easy to manage and shimmers with health, our DIY hair volumizer recipe is what you need in your life.

As the final part of our DIY recipe series for men, we’re going to show you how to make your very own hair volume powder product from the comfort of your own home.

Not only does hair volumizer serve to give a new lease of link to think, lank or lifeless hair, but it also helps to add a little extra shimmer, bestowing your mane with a healthy appearance that will no doubt generate you the kind of compliments and attention you no doubt deserve.

Does this sound like something you’d be interested in, our friend? Excellent, because here’s the official CON MOTO hair volumizer recipe for your crafting pleasure.

Con Moto’s DIY hair volumizer recipe

Preparation and concoction time: 5 - 10 minutes - quick, easy and effective.What you need to get the job done:

●  Half a cup of rice flour

●  Half a cup of corn starch

●  Four to five drops of rosemary essential oil

●  Half a lime

●  A mixing bowl and device of your choice

●  A jar tub or bottle if you’re looking to store your batch

How to construct the hair volume powder:

One. Gather your ingredients and mixing utensils and take a deep breath. Add the corn flour and starch to your bowl and mix together thoroughly.

Two. Add your drops of rosemary oil to the mix and fold in until a smooth consistency is achieved.

Three. Squeeze in your lime (one good palm squeeze will do the trick) and once again, mix or fold it in until your hair volume powder has a reasonably smooth consistency.

Four. If you’re storing your hair volumizer for continued men’s thick hairstyle success, decant your mixture into a vessel of your choice and store it in a cool dry place. If you’re applying it directly to your hair, massage your powder into your scalp and hair follicles liberally, allow it to settle for five minutes, style to your preference and enjoy your new thick, healthy mane.

How it works

To get mildly scientific for a moment, here’s a little insight into how the ingredients in this hair-thickening elixir work. Essentially, the cornstarch and rice flour soak up excess sebum and make the hair dry, perky and bouncy while the rosemary oil minimizes dandruff and promotes

hair growth (it smells good too). Again, the lime makes the powder smell irresistible; it's citric content also gives the hair a satisfying dollop of shimmer and shine.

We hope our DIY hair hair volumizer recipe gives your hair and scalp the bounce it needs, and if you’re inspired to go out there and get the haircut of your dreams, here’s a quick guide on how to ask for it.

Jason Speziale