It is an unwritten rule: anyone who has thick hair wants a fine structure. Those who have fine hair often want more volume. Do we always want what we don't have? At least no one has anything against healthy and shiny hair. So that even thin hair sits and shines in summer despite the heat and wind, hairstyles that make the fine hair look more voluminous are recommended. From the radical pixie to the natural shag cut: These are the most beautiful hairstyle trends for thin hair in summer 2021.
Brave, braver, pixie cut. The raspy short hairstyle requires a certain level of risk-taking. Because often you can only guess in advance what the proportions of the face will look like with short hair. Especially with previously very long hair. The pixie cut gives angular faces a distinctive frame and visually emphasizes natural lines. Why is the trend hairstyle ideal for thin hair? Long hair thins out quickly, especially when layered. Short hair, on the other hand, appears more voluminous because the hair is thicker and fuller at the base. Style icons like Edie Sedgwick made the pixie cut a trend as early as the 1960s. Almost 60 years later, the hairstyle can still be seen on the catwalk, for example at Blumarine for spring/summer 2021.
Whether the designer herself or the model cast: Victoria Beckham will wear the Wavy Bob in summer 2021. The naturally wavy version of the otherwise very accurate and smooth bob is relatively easy to care for. If you don't have natural waves, you can use beach waves or texture sprays. It is important to take care of the tips so that the wavy bob does not look frayed. The trend hairstyle is particularly suitable for thin hair, to play with volume, or to create some in the first place. Styling variant: Secure the front part behind the ears with bobby pins.
A hairstyle that inevitably reminds you of the 80s: The shag cut comes from a decade in which not only the shoulders were padded. Volume was also required on the head. The more the better. The higher, the more modern. In 2021, hairspray and combs will no longer be used for this, but the shag cut will still be worn. The natural version of the step cut is suitable for both straight, thin hair and curly hair. The shag looks particularly nostalgic in the summer of 2021 with the fringed pony, as you saw it on Giselle Norman on the catwalk at Hermès. The fact that the wild undone look at shoulder height works particularly well with thin hair is due to the many levels that create volume.