Good haircuts for thin hair

If you have fine hair, then you’re probably used to the difficulty of getting more volume or making your hair look thicker than it actually is. Though this seems impossible, you will be surprised to find out that it’s not that hard after all. The secret is choosing one of the good haircuts for thin hair, simply because these are specially designed for hair that is fine, without volume and they can actually make a huge difference.

blow-drying thin hairBefore actually choosing a new haircut for your thin hair, it is important to find out several tips that can make your hair get more volume, therefore, seem thicker.

There are a lot of people who have fine hair, and they still manage to be envied for their great look and appearance. How’s that? Well, they have a few secrets…

A very important thing that could change your thin hair’s look is blow-drying. Though you may have heard that drying out your hair with a blow dryer isn’t very healthy because it will damage your hair, in your case it is actually recommended.

rotating brush thin hairThe heat will make your hair have more volume and it will probably maintain it so for a longer time. However, try not to keep the blow dryer very close to your hair, as this could be a damaging source. But as long as you keep it at a normal distance, this thing could really change your looks!

In case you desire some curls, you can use the rotating brush. This would both blow dry your hair and get you some very nice curls, so it’s a 2 in 1 tool. You can start right from the roots, because the curls won’t remains at this length anyway.


Getting back to the haircuts, when choosing a good haircut for thin hair is important to pick one that you find at least interesting. I say this because I know how it feels to choose a hairstyle just because  someone advises you to do so, and then realize that you actually hate the way it looks on you. The obvious thing you would do next is trying to change it and you would get another one that you hate and so on… You don’t want that! Therefore, try choosing a haircut that you like.

Probably the best length for a fine hair would be at most a medium one, because the longer your hair is, the harder it is to make it have any volume. But I know many people that simply don’t want to give up long hair, even though it doesn’t look that well.

So, if you are willing to get a medium or short haircut, you should go for it, it would most likely make your hair look much better, thicker and with more volume. If, however, you don’t want to let go of your long locks, then there are some alternatives for this too.

Bob will always be fashionable

good haircuts for thin hairgood haircuts for thin hairEither you choose a shoulder-length haircut or a shorter one, try going for a bob, as it will be very easy to arrange, fresh and always in fashion. You can try a long bob (shoulder-length), an asymmetric bob or even a layered bob. In case you choose the last one, you can even ask your hairstylist to cut your hair in very small layers, almost unnoticeable, as this will give it a lot of volume.


If you dare, go for pixie

pixie hair cut for thin hair pixie hair cut for thin hairThough it’s not very popular with younger women, the pixie haircut has many advantages for fine hair. It definitely make your hair look much thicker, it actually could even make it so. As the hair is cut short and it isn’t damaged anymore, it can easily regenerate, and you can get a much thicker hair after a few months. So is it worth it? If you have enough courage, I say it is. You’re going to “suffer” a few months for a whole life.


long haircuts for thin hairCasual curls could work for longer hair

If you really want long hair, you should try some casual curls that would give your hair a thicker look. An alternative is going for fuller curls, using smaller curlers. After removing them, you should brush your hair a bit, in order to give it a more casual aspect.



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