Hairstyles for Thin Hair

First of all, thin hair wearers should pay attention to the styling products they are using. Thin hair needs thin hair care styling products. Second, you should forget about long hairstyles. At least chin length would be perfect because having long hairstyles make the hair go flat and makes it look even thinner. Having the wright cut means having the perfect hairstyle.

Layered Hairstyles

The layered haircut provides volume and the shorter it is, the more volume you get. But don’t overdo the layers, because it can cause an even thinner look. Also, having it dying it gives even more volume. Another cause that makes short hair be the best for thin hair is that it takes away the attention from the hair and directs it to the face. Even with bangs, this hairstyle looks great. But be careful not to frame the face and not to make the bangs to short. You will need to pull more hair in the front to get the right structure and that would only mean less hair in the back.

Coloring Hair

Highlights and lowlights can make the illusion you are dreaming of. With the wright colors, you can get the hairstyle you need to look glamorous. Using rollers, curling irons or flat irons to get the texture, it might damage your hair, so choose the perm. If done professionally, the curls should look chic and feminine.

Get Texture

Curls and waves are the second best option for thin hair types. They provide volume and with the right haircut, it makes the perfect mix for the best haircut you can have. And considering that thin hair is lighter weight, the curls will be long lasting so it will be a low maintenance haircut. With the fullness already in your hair, the wright cut and color, you can feel like a diva.

If you still opt for a longer hairstyle, choose to style it in updos or braids. They keep the hair pulled together and make a thicker illusion.

 

Mildred Skinner

Baseball fan, shiba-inu lover, record lover, hand letterer and RISD grad. Working at the fulcrum of beauty and purpose to create strong, lasting and remarkable design. German award-winning designer raised in Austria & currently living in New York City.