We always say it - good hairdressers are real magicians. Because just with the right haircut you can conjure up a fuller head of hair for women with fine hair. How? We'll show you here. Simsalabim...
Does fine hair always need a short haircut for more volume? We'll clear up this myth in a moment. If you don't want to do without a long whale mane despite fine hair, it is best to opt for a blunt cut or slight steps in the lengths.
You should also use targeted face-framing in the front. Start with the first step at chin level and then work your way softly to the tips.
The bob is one of the most beneficial haircuts for fine hair. Important: The hair should all be cut to one length (blunt bob), which can then be varied as desired. Whether up to the chin or up to the collarbone - you should make that dependent on the shape of your face. Ask your hairdresser what suits you.
By the way: the haircut also works with a trendy pony. However, it should also be cut straight for a uniform image - the length may vary.
A mistake many women with fine hair make? They let their hair grow too long and work on too many levels. This can quickly appear frayed.
Better: Use levels in a targeted manner. For example, give your face a frame with trendy curtain bangs that merge into the rest of the hair with soft layers. This gives long, fine hair structure and thus creates more volume.
A conventional pixie cut lives on a lot of layers. However, this takes away the density of fine hair. Go for a pixie with minimal use of layers.
Otherwise, this haircut is just super easy to maintain. Knead a little foam through your hair and the cool look is ready.
If you want medium-length hair up to the shoulders or just above the shoulders, it is best to combine this length with subtle layering and a side flip for more fullness.
This haircut is a great option for anyone for whom a bob or pixie would be too drastic a change. Plus: This look exudes real beach vibes, especially in the warm season.