Getting height at the crown where its silver...

has been more challenging lately. The silver's texture seems somewhat different than the rest of my hair, so I am not getting the height at the crown I like. Anyone else? what works for you??
My hair on the crown tends to want to lie down more than perk up. I have short hair. I bought a pair of thinning shears, sakishears.com/shop/student-hair-shears. What I do if lift the top layer and thin the next layer a little making it shorter than the hair on top. The next thing I do is use my curling iron, karminhairtools.com/curling-irons all over. I then brush my hair and run my fingers through to loosen everything and the crown stays up for the whole day.

Last edited by Lin1066; 09-12-2014 at 08:14 AM. Reason: I saved it before completing
I plop, clip the top with claw clips, air dry for a bit, diffuse dry with head bent over, scrunch, done. It works for me no matter the length of my hair (or the amount of grey).
In Western PA
Found NC in 2004. CG since 2-05, going grey since 9-05. 3B with some 3A.
Hair texture-medium/fine, porosity-normal except for the ends which are porous, elasticity-normal.
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I use clips. One new way I use them is horizontally. Getting height at the crown where its silver...-imageuploadedbycurltalk1410549058.524610.jpg
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