There are hairstyles that give thin hair great volume. But there are also some that have the exact opposite effect – be careful, e.g. with these three...
Thin hair tends to look flat easily. That's why women with fine hair often want a little more fullness and volume. The good news: With the right hairstyle, that's not a problem! But be careful, there are also hairstyles that unfortunately have exactly the opposite effect and make it appear even thinner and flatter. Examples include these three:
A bob cut for thin hair is a good choice in itself, as the shortness gives the hair more volume. But you shouldn't wear a middle parting with it. This emphasizes exactly the point that you would like to cover up with thin hair - a flat hairline. It is better to wear a side parting with the bob hairstyle instead. Due to its lateral position, this makes a part appear fuller and provides more volume.
Even a long, straight mane is not necessarily ideal for thin hair, as it usually makes the hairline appear flat and stringy. But don't worry, you don't have to radically trim your hair for this. Choose a wavy look instead of straight hair and conjure up soft waves or curls in the mane with a curling iron. Alternatively, you can create more volume with thin, long hair in no time, for example by having a chic, full fringe cut to go with it.
It doesn't matter whether it's a ponytail or a bun: if you have fine hair, you should avoid tightly tied back hairstyles. They focus more on the hairline and can also emphasize bald spots. Tip: It is better to tie the ponytail or bun a little more loosely, or carefully pull the strands up with your fingers after tying them together so that the hair does not lie flat on your head.