Your hair is rather thin and has little volume? We show you advantageous haircuts and care tips that will make your hair look excitingly beautiful.
Hair is as different and individual as people themselves. There is thin, thick, frizzy, straight, wavy, curly hair, and many other hair structures. This information is particularly important for ideal hair care because every hair type also requires appropriate care products and measures.
Thin hair is very fine, light, and gentle. You can hardly feel it between your fingers. It falls loosely and has a certain lightness about it.
If they move easily and smoothly when you bobble their heads and the wind can blow gently through them, you probably have thin or fine hair.
The braid circumference and diameter also indicate the hair structure. Your hair dries quickly in the fresh air, even if it is thin.
But you can also conjure up the volume and shine in this hair type. Every hair type can be styled and cared for individually.
What many do not know or are not particularly aware of: volume starts with the right haircut. That means your barber has power over your hair. Therefore, when choosing a new hairstyle, it is extremely important that the stylist also considers your hair structure and conjures up a hairstyle that not only suits your appearance and personality but also your hair type.
There are different haircuts that automatically make your hairstyle look more voluminous. Your trusted hairdresser should know this and discuss with you which hairstyle suits you best.
Selena Gomez's bob hairstyle is characterized only by a particularly sleek blunt cut. The extra volume is included.
"Friends" star Jennifer Aniston gave her fine blonde mane a long bob.
Are you brave and want to try something different? Then do it like the actress Scarlett Johansson and convince with a hot full pixie cut!
Conjure up the extra volume in your hair and do it like Dakota Johnson. The actress cheats more fullness in her hair with a pony cut.
Even thin or fine hair can be styled really well, as the pictures show. As with any hairstyle, it will take some time and practice.
We all know it: We come straight home with a fresh hairstyle and are overjoyed. At the latest after the first wash, the hair looks completely different. The disappointment is great.
Here are a few tips to keep your hair looking straight from the hairdresser:
The right care is the be-all and end-all to avoid unnecessarily weighing down your fine hair with the wrong products. Products that are tailored to fine and thin hair are particularly suitable here.
It is important not to wash your hair too often. This attacks the scalp and stimulates sebum production. A volume shampoo would be a good idea here, as well as special hairspray or conditioner.
When washing your hair, you can massage the care products well into the scalp so that it is better supplied with the necessary nutrients. Make sure to use products with vitamin B5. This has a positive effect on hair growth. When buying, you should look for products that are silicone-free and sulfate-free.
You should not comb the thin hair when it is wet, as it can tear more easily. Always dry them before you start brushing individual strands.