Fine hair and volume just don't go together? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that! We show you haircuts that visually add volume to thin hair.
The best haircuts for fine hair
Less is often more - curiously enough, this also applies to fine and thin hair. The best proof of this is the following five hairstyles, which, thanks to their special cut, make the hair look fuller - although it is actually getting less. These optical illusions are available for all hair lengths and therefore certainly for you too! Flat hair is a thing of the past – without any extensions.
There is not only the perfect cut for every hair length, but also for every hair structure. With fine and thin hair, the perfect haircut helps to visually fill out the mane. The best thing is that if the cut is skillful, you don't have to work a lot with products. Because they sometimes do exactly the opposite and weigh down the hair additionally.
The shorter the hair, the more volume! Even fine hair has weight. And the longer, the harder. However, the bob depends on a certain cutting technique: the blunt bob is one of the summer trends for 2020 and, as the name suggests, is cut bluntly so that the length is uniform. So there are no steps at all. This creates visual fullness and also suits almost every face shape. In addition, this hairstyle also offers leeway in terms of length (e.g. up to the shoulder or the chin) and bangs of any kind.
What makes the full pixie so successful with fine hair is the fact that it brings fullness to the individual strands of hair. In contrast to the classic pixie cut, fewer layers are used here, but a full top layer of hair is used. Best of all, this hairstyle is easy to maintain and doesn't require hours of styling.
You are undecided: short is too short but long is not the real thing? Then the long bob might be just the thing for you. With thin hair, it's important to work layers into the cut. The hair has more bounce and is lighter. But beware: too extreme levels are counterproductive and make the hair look even thinner. A side parting brings an extra portion of fullness to the look, as one side looks particularly voluminous.
Thin and fine hair doesn't have to be worn short, of course. With the right cut, it can also be long without it hanging boringly over the shoulders. Similar to the blunt bob, the hair should also be cut blunt here, but in this case, you work in very slight layers around the chin up to the lengths.
The winning combo for more volume: long hair, a fringe, and slight layers. All of this frames the face and, combined with each other, creates more fullness. This cut is also not very complex and quickly styled in everyday life. Models like Heidi Klum and Julia Stegner swear by it and demonstrate it: The lengths are welcome to remain naturally wavy and undone. Only the fringe has to be quickly blow-dried over the round brush. Two minutes later you're done!