Square, bowl cut, layered hair... Our selection of cuts will make you forget that you are not Shakira's hair double.
We're not going to lie to each other: on the hair side, we always want what we can't have. We have curly hair, we would like it straight, we have it straight, we would like it curly, we are brunette and we dream of being red, and vice versa...
In this great game of permanent dissatisfaction, women with fine hair feel particularly aggrieved: the fault of injustice on the volume side. And yet, admittedly, we will never have Brigitte Bardot's tousled hair or Shakira's wild mane, but there is a lot to be learned from our hair nature.
When you have fine hair, there is only one watchword: to give volume. To master the art of trompe l'oeil hair, you can bet on the cut, as on the color.
Sidecut, it is better to avoid very long hair. If we care about her mermaid's hair despite everything, we opt for a slight gradient that will attenuate the massive and flat effect.
Hyper trendy, the square should suit you perfectly. It is obviously adapted to the shape of his face for a harmonious rendering.
More daring, a bowl cut, or a boyish sculpted in wax or powder (and not too tapered), can also work for fine hair.
Finally, we can also cheat a little by adopting a wavy.
On the color side, a few lighter strands will give volume. Likewise, if you apply a color, make sure that the root remains a little darker than the rest: illusion relief guaranteed.
To inspire you, discover the end of the end of the cuts to adopt.
The wavy: the ultimate ally for creating volume.
Bold and super trendy (if we manage to avoid the Joan of Arc effect).
To frame the face and give volume to your hairstyle.
But not too much. We want volume, yes, but we avoid the Victoria Beckham effect in 2008.
Stylish and easy to maintain.
With pretty bangs.
The parting in the middle, a slight movement at the tips... We copy this cut without hesitation.
Which creates volume and dresses the forehead.
We use a powder or a styling wax to sublimate this modern unstructured soup.