The volume of your hair can double with just a few cuts - these five new, trending hairstyles instantly create the illusion of thicker hair.
We all sometimes have real battles on our heads against frizzy locks, dry ends, or greasy roots - but the biggest opponent of all is clearly thin, voluminous hair. There are many factors that can cause the (literal) loss of our strands, such as damaging styling or products with silicone, but the most common cause is the wrong haircut. The right haircut can remove some of the aggravating weight and thin tips of your mane and thus ensure thicker and stronger hair. Not only are these five hairstyles so hot right now, but they are also highly recommended by top hairdressers for thin hair.
If you're looking to shed some hair, ask for a boxed bob at your trusted salon. It is not for nothing that hairdressers have given this haircut the name “Facelift for the hair”: The blunt cut gives the hair more body and curl. Seamus McKernan, hairdresser and Nioxin top artist recommends choosing a medium length for this hairstyle to get perfect symmetry.
The “wolf cut” has been in trend for several months through social media channels and is also proving to be the ideal haircut for thin hair. "The on-trend hairstyle can add soft volume and texture to your hair while looking cool and edgy," says celebrity stylist Ryan Richman.
If you only want a small change, you should try the beautiful clavi cut. This is the name of the long bob variant, which ends exactly above the collarbone and was known until recently as the undesirable intermediate step from a short hairstyle to long hair. But now even women of fashion like Olivia Palermo or Alexa Chung swear by the length because it can be styled very easily and is super uncomplicated.
The asymmetrical bob is making a big comeback this year and is ideal for those looking to add an exciting twist to the classic bob. This look is intentionally cut unevenly, with one side of the hair longer than the other. This creates a chic, feminine result that suits all face shapes.
Side bangs can distract from flat hair and, with the right styling, provide a true volume booster. The following applies: less is more! Celebrity hairdresser Julius Michael also advises: "So that the bangs don't look flat and thin, you should avoid over-styling with too many products." It is better to use a texture spray or use a blow dryer and a round brush to create more volume.