There are few suitable hairstyles for fine hair? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that! These hairstyles for thin hair will give your flat strands a volume boost.
Women with very thin hair want one thing above all: volume! Many therefore try to get more fullness into their hair with styling products such as hairspray, hair mousse, and Co. or even resort to extensions as the last resort in order to fulfill their dream of a lion's mane.
It doesn't really take much to conjure up hair full of volume from flat strands. Often the right haircut or hairstyle is enough to make the hair look fuller! With these five hairstyles for thin hair, nothing stands in the way of a voluminous mane.
Many women want a long mane to their hips, but if you have thin hair, you should concentrate on great short hairstyles. Because the longer the hair, the heavier its weight. The result: the strands hang down without any volume. The perfect hairstyle for more fullness is the bob.
If you want a lot of volumes, you can have your hair cut into a blunt bob. In this bob hairstyle, the hair is cut bluntly to a length. Due to the straight cut, the tips appear thicker and more robust, the hair as a whole fuller - the perfect miracle weapon!
Need an extra load of volume? Then get a pony cut for you. Because with a frayed cut, it makes your fine hair look much more voluminous - especially in combination with a bob hairstyle. Light levels give the hair additional structure.
Styling tip: Bring the hair and especially the bangs into shape with a round brush. Otherwise, this makes flat hair, such as that of blogger Xenia Adonts, significantly fuller in no time!
If you don't care too much about your (thin) hair, you can take a more radical step with the pixie cut: With the short hairstyle Pixie Cut, the hair on the side and on the neck is cut very short, while the hair on the top of the head stays longer.
The haircut gives the wearer something elven-like, and by the way, the different lengths bring more fullness into the short hair. Plus: The pixie hairstyle is super easy to care for and can be styled with little effort.
Of course, many women with finer hair also want a long mane. If you can't get used to a short hairstyle, but still don't want to forego volume, the long bob, now a real classic among bob hairstyles is just the thing.
With a long bob, slight steps in the medium-length hair can be advantageous, but a cut that is too stepped thins the tips again. There is extra volume if you wear your hair to the side parting like with the side-swept bob and work in light beach waves with a curling iron. Blow-drying overhead can also add body to thin, shoulder-length hair.
Conjure up volume where there is actually no volume? This works best with a messy bun because it offers a lot of scope for one or two styling tricks for more fullness in thin hair.
And this is how it works: tuck the hair at the hairline for more fullness and then tie it in a high ponytail. Then gently pull the strands to create an "undone" look. Then twist the braid and secure it with a hair tie. Finally, pull out some hair at the temples to give the bun hairstyle a loose look. If you like, you can also massage some volume powder into the hairline before styling.