If you have naturally thin and fine hair, you are probably spared from frizz because of the humid summer weather, or having to fight with the flat iron trying to tame a horsehair-like mane. You can also probably let it air dry without worrying what shape it will assume. But sometimes you might want to up the volume. That is easily fixed with the right haircut or coloring job. These are the best hairstyles for thin hair.
Get your hair cut with layers to give it the illusion of more volume. This will allow you to style it in most of the ways you want. It does not matter if your hair is long or short, this look will work on any length. The hairdresser can simply adjust the lengths of the layers. This will make long hairstyles for thin hair look fuller even if your hair is very fine.
Cut a Bob
You are lucky to be able to cut your hair into a bob! This haircut is perfect for finer hair, as it will not frizz up in humid weather or demand too much styling to stay in shape. This can also be cut in layers, or dyed in various shades to make it look thicker.
The Pixie Cut
For someone with thin or short hair, the pixie cut is always in fashion. Whether you are inspired by modern icons like Michelle Williams and Emma Watson, or classics like Audrey Hepburn, this timeless look can be styled to match most situations.
Wavy and curly hair will create an illusion of more hair and volume. Perhaps the most popular way to style your hair right now is to have a medium length, layered cut, dyed in ombre. Roll your hair up when it is damp, or let it air-dry and then use a curling iron.
Dyeing your hair can also make it look fuller, for the same reasons: there are more things going on visually. Using different shades and layers of color will give your hair depth. If you do not feel like dyeing all your hair, go for the subtler ombre look. That means dyeing the lower half of the hair, with a soft transition from dark to light.
All Hairstyles for Thin Hair Can Benefit From Volume Boosting Products
Whichever hairstyle you choose, there are volumizing shampoos nowadays that can boost your hair’s fullness. In fact, these work by not leaving as much residue on your hair as normal shampoos do, since that can weigh the hair down. Dry shampoos can also be used for the same purpose.
When it comes to styling, mousse is a great way of fluffing up your strands, but there are also hairsprays or gels specialized in achieving volume. They work by lifting the hair up from the scalp, creating more air between every hair and the illusion of more body.
Styling the hair with heat tools is actually also effective, even though it is damaging for the hair. Curling your hair will make it look more voluminous, and using a blow-dryer too. Just make sure to use a heat protecting spray to prevent split ends and dried out strands.