volumize

verb
vol·​u·​mize | \ ˈväl-yə-ˌmīz How to pronounce volumize (audio) , -(ˌ)yü-\
variants: also British volumise
volumized also British volumised; volumizing also British volumising; volumizes also British volumises

Definition of volumize

: to add fullness or volume to (something) especially : to make (hair) thicker or fuller in appearance To rumple and volumize hair: While you're blow-drying, use your (other) hand and pull your hair up gently from the crown. Redbook

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Other Words from volumize

volumizer \ ˈväl-​yə-​ˌmī-​zər How to pronounce volumizer (audio) , -​(ˌ)yü-​ \ noun
… one of the new liquid volumizers that enhance your hair's natural texture … Cosmopolitan
volumizing \ ˈväl-​yə-​ˌmī-​ziŋ How to pronounce volumizing (audio) , -​(ˌ)yü-​ \ adjective
a volumizing shampoo

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While myriad formulas on the market promise to volumize, curl and define, only a few stealth products make the professional cut. Jenna Rennert, Vogue, "The Best Mascaras of All Time, According to 6 Celebrity Makeup Artists," 3 Aug. 2018 Rubinshteyn also says they can be used to volumize your lips. Gina Tomaine, Good Housekeeping, "I Tried DIY Cupping Every Single Day For A Week—Here's What I Learned," 27 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of volumize

1933, in the meaning defined above

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