Anyone with straight hair knows the problem. Ponytails, updos and the like rarely stay in place. It only works with a lot of styling products and skills. How good that the latest trend hairstyles don't need that at all. They are made for straight hair.
The sleek bob is ideal for straight hair, as “sleek” means “smooth” and “supple” in English. If women with curly or wavy hair have to spend a lot of styling effort with the straightening iron, this is almost zero for women with naturally straight hair. A little shine spray is enough for an extra-silky effect.
By the way: a bob hairstyle is not only worth considering for thick hair. Fine hair looks almost twice as thick - especially in the blunt or razor cut (more accurate and blunt cut).
A step cut only looks good if you have at least slight waves? We cannot agree to that. Even for straight hair, layers can bring a slight movement into the trend hairstyle, at least if they are worked in very gently. Invisible Layers is the cut in which the steps are set discreetly and thus almost invisibly. Soft layers around the cheekbones and chin also ensure soft facial features.
This trend hairstyle works with both thick and thin hair, as the strands are not thinned out too much.
The pixie cut looks great with any hair texture. For example, you can accentuate straight hair with wax for a rocky look or with wet gel for an elegant style.
This trendy hairstyle is only an option for you if you have a thick hair structure. Because the long fine hair becomes, the thinner and flatter it appears. So if you have thick hair, let it grow. Ultra-long cuts that are styled with an accurate center parting are all the rage right now. Care is now even more important than usual: an XXL mane only looks beautiful if the hair is healthy.
Whether with a bob, medium-length hair with invisible layers, or an XXL mane: You can also have a pony cut for each of these trendy hairstyles. Curtain bangs that reach over the eyebrows and fall like a curtain are still in great demand.