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  2. 2Consider getting your hair professionally colored. Color can make hair look thicker, but make sure you choose the right shade. Darker colors may create too much contrast between your scalp and hair, while a lighter shade may not cover the scalp as well. Ask a good stylist for help.  
  3. 3Choose the right hair care product. Mousse may help make hair look fuller. Gel, on the other hand, clumps hair together and exposes more scalp.
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