There are no beautiful hairstyles for thin hair? And whether! We'll show you 7 great styles where fine hair doesn't matter.
Not all are gifted with a full mane full of volume. But that is by no means a reason to be jealous. We'll show you 7 simple hairstyles that will instantly make your hair appear fuller - very easy for instant styling.
The easiest way to add a little volume to thin hair quickly? Beckon! Light waves are even more popular. You can style them into your hair immediately with the curling iron or with the straightening iron. Then fix the hair with a little hairspray - and you're done!
Tip: Your beach waves are best kept when your hair is not freshly washed. On the second or third day after washing, the hair is more grippy, so that your curls do not "hang out" as quickly.
This hairstyle is absolutely trendy right now: we're talking about the side part bob. The trick is to get as much hair as possible on one side with a strict side parting so that it appears particularly full and voluminous.
The other half of the hair, on the other hand, is combed back strictly and fastened with a hair clip or simply clamped behind the ear. If you like, you can also style the fuller section of hair in curls or waves.
By the way: the side part trick works best with a bob or long bob. But of course, you can also style the hairstyle with medium-length or longer hair.
Perfect for the evening: a half-back hairstyle in a sleek look. Style your hair back with a little gel and then let it "harden" with a blow dryer. Simply comb the lower part of the hair until smooth. You look like you're coming straight from the pool or the beach. This hairstyle is the ideal choice for women with fine hair.
No volume is conjured up here, but the strict sleek look means that thin hair is no longer noticeable.
The half bun is the salvation of all women with thin and fine hair. The bun can quickly conjure up more volume. To make the bun appear bigger and fuller, you should tease the hair with a comb beforehand - this will make the bun appear more voluminous. Alternatively, you can also install a bun pillow.
We also apply the sleek principle to the classic: the ponytail. No volume is created here either, but the sleek look means that thin hair does not come into its own. Incidentally, ponytails with a center parting look particularly edgy: To do this, pull a straight parting, pour some mousse into the mane, and comb smoothly. Tie your hair with a hair elastic and smooth it all over again with your hand.
Braided hairstyles and thin hair rarely get along? Oh, nonsense! Use your wickerwork to make the rest of your hair look more voluminous. To do this, braid two thin strands of hair strictly backward and tease the remaining hair with a comb. Perfect for summer for keeping hair off your face in hot temperatures.
Two left hands braiding your hair? Then try half-open hair. Here, only the strands of hair are tied back, which we otherwise keep tucking behind our ears. Incidentally, the hairstyle becomes particularly elegant if you use a hair clip or eye-catching bobby pins in gold or silver instead of an ordinary hair tie.