11 Quick and Easy Care Hairstyles for Fine Hair
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“Life's too short to have boring hair…”
So there’s no reason those with fine hair need to throw in the towel.
Sure life isn’t perfect…
But when it comes to your HAIR…
There’s hope for it.
I have good news!
Get excited—you're just a few tips away from looking your best hair day in a breeze.
I put together this 11 Quick and Easy Care Hairstyles for Fine Hair — with photos for you to see what it looks like.
- Choppy Pixie
- Ear-Tucked Bob
- Angled Bob
- Thick Bangs
- The Shag
- Beach Waves
- Mid-Length Voluminous Curls
- Braided Headband
- Half-Up Half-Down Ponytail
- Glamorous Side Sweep
- Messy Top Knot
See these easy and simple to follow hairstyles to look great in a hurry.
Oftentimes, shorter hair is stronger than longer strands, so even very fine hair can benefit from a super short cropped cut. Guess what? Pixie cuts can also actually make your thin hair appear thicker than it really is. Try one with choppy layers to add volume.
While those with thick hair may find it more cumbersome to pull off an ear-tucked style, thinner hair types won't have to fuss with flattening out the extra hair that sticks out. Pair it with a short cut, like a bob, for volume.
The asymmetrical bob is best done on thinner hair textures, as thin hair typically shows off straight lines really well and this lends to emphasizing the cut’s beautiful geometry. Once that cut and shape has been achieved, the bob becomes very easy to style, maintain, and grow out with thinner textures.
Whatever your style may be, incorporating bangs can add a bump up to thin hair. Just make your fringe thick—the blunter the better. Heavy bangs add density and bring the body to the front.
The shag gets our ultimate stamp of approval as an ideal haircut for thin hair. It has the ability to revive limp hair while still giving off a cool-girl vibe. To fake the fullness, style with layers add body and dimension.
For most people beach waves are achieved through a wand or iron. It's especially important to use a heat protectant spray for those with thin hair, to shield your fragile locks from the unnecessary damage.
Mid-Length Voluminous Curls
While thinner hair types are notoriously known for resisting a curl, getting that voluminous retro-wavy look is possible. Your hair is more likely to hold a curl if it doesn't have length to weigh it down. Be vigilant about using a curl-boosting spray.
While a typical braid can accentuate a finer hair texture, a braided headband is an alternative that adds in some playfulness to your look while still maintaining that braided element. Do not to pull or apply too much tension near the root area, as this can lead to stress on the follicles and cause hair to not only look thinner but become thinner with time.
Just in case, you need a quick braided headband, you might wanna get this Two Strand Braid
Half-Up Half-Down Ponytail
Half-up half-down pony is the modern version, which, when paired with bangs, gives more body and life to otherwise flat hair. Wrap a strand of hair around the base of your ponytail for extra dimension.
Glamorous Side Sweep
One of the hack styles for fine hair is this pulled-to-the-side, slightly waved style. By teasing the roots and gathering the hair over to one side, she's able to give her thin strands a bit more oomph.
Messy Top Knot
Topknots are praised for their "I-woke-up-like-this" vibe, yet they still somehow always manage to look put together. For thin hair, make sure that it's not too far forward and to go for a messier, disheveled look rather than a sleek one. This will help look thicker and provide a sassy alternative to the usual.
Having a hard time doing your own messy bun? Try Juvabun messy rose bun.
Hope you enjoyed this blog post. =)
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