Three cuts make thin hair look full...
Hairstyles are a matter of type. Not every hairstyle suits everyone - and not everyone likes to experiment when it comes to their own mane. Still, there is one thing most people want when it comes to hair: volume. But because only a few are blessed with thick hair and natural fullness, products and stylings have to regulate it. And even with the right cut, fine hair immediately looks more voluminous!
If you have thin hair yourself, you know the struggle: A new hairstyle is going viral again that you would actually like to test. The problem is that the cuts often only look really good with thick hair - or if you style them every day. But for this, we have an all-purpose weapon that is always in the bob. We reveal how the hair looks fuller with the trend hairstyle and is also right on trend - with these three cuts:
Thin hair benefits from being cut regularly. Clean cuts are particularly suitable because the straight cut avoids stringy ends that would otherwise make fine hair look even finer. Here comes the Razor Bob, like the one model Kaia Gerber has been wearing for a long time, just right! The straight "razor cut" makes the hair look very full at the bottom and can be worn shorter or as a long bob.
If you have naturally wavy hair or just want an undone look, the boho bob is the right choice for you. The trend hairstyle is characterized by a stepped cut in combination with a "beachy" finish. Here you shouldn't have a problem with having to style the hairstyle every day. We find the boho bob with a wild parting at chin length or even shorter particularly hot.
This gently layered bob is particularly suitable for very fine hair. And no, layers on thin hair aren't a contradiction in terms - as long as they're not too radical. With the Softly Stacked Bob, minimal layers create extra volume. It's incredibly versatile and can be worn very short or long. With bangs, the hairstyle gets a playful, romantic touch, as we know it from French women. Our forehead fringe favorite for this bob: light curtain bangs.