Hair with almost one fifth of the diameter clings close to the face and lacks vibrancy and bounce are all symptoms of fine and limb hair. Besides using the products for adding volume and spending a lot of time blow drying is he only option for bringing the bounce and volume to thin hair.
However there are certain hairstyling tricks developed over time that one can use to get the voluminous look and are helpful to create the appearance of a full head of hair.
Best Haircuts And Hairstyles For Fine Hair
This is a chic, blunt and chin length cut which provides a perfect disguise for hair that has all over thinning and/or skimpy areas at the crown or head or the back.
Full side-swept bangs can be added to camouflage a skimpy hairline. With blow drying and styling lotions this hairstyle gives a fuller look and has low maintenance.
Unlike the regular even short blunt look, this hairstyle is uneven at the ends making the hair appear longer. It is cut in layers from the top giving the hair a textured and voluminous look.
It looks classy with the hair puffed and pinned in the front making it look trendy and also is a disguise for thinning hairlines.
One of the oldest and most popular haircut for fine hair. This type of haircut is longer at the top and shorter at the back. It may vary depending on the face shapes, but is usually one to three inches long. It is a fun and sophisticated hairstyle and easy to maintain. With parting in the centre or at the middle, it can make the hair look thicker.
This is a good haircut for people with curly yet thin hair. It is like the bob haircut but with a shaggy look. The uneven cuts make the hair look trendy.
With proper styling gel and slight blow dry the haircut is a sexier version of the bob. Bangs can be added style. You can also highlight using the appropriate colour that suits your hair to add depth and additional volume look.
This hairstyle can be kept from jaw length to shoulder length. It is a type of bob which is shorter at the back, with angles on both the sides that are longer and up to the chin. A line can also be given an inverted look with layers at the back which is not there in A line. This hairstyle also gives trendy look along with the additional volume that it adds to thin hair.
Though shortness adds volume to the appearance, maintaining length is not a bad idea for fine hair. Females who are fond of long hair can go for a layered look which can be highlighted with colour and gives body to the hair.
Care should be taken to keep the length up to the shoulder as excess length makes any cut appear flat and thin. It works greatly for curly and wavy hair as opposed to straight hair.