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Hey girl, you fine! But fine hair aint!
Don't fret your thin little locks though ladies, we have you covered!
As well as boosting your volume with halo hair extensions, there are plenty of fine-hair haircuts and hairstyles for fine hair to give you the thick locks of your dreams!
From long bobs to choppy layers, bouncy curls and even sleek straight;
Here are 10 perfect hairstyles for fine hair types!
Soft layers, blunt bobs, sweeping bangs and anything that adds movement and texture to your hair!
Here are 5 of the best haircuts for fine hair to help boost your volume:
Shoulder length locks and in between styles are best for fine hair.
I'd suggest a shoulder length bob to boost your volume.
If you have fine hair, it might be tempting to try and grow it as long as possible.
You know to get more hair?
Did you know longer locks actually make fine hair look finer?
Mo hair, mo problems!
Longer hair will always weigh your strands down, no matter how thick they are.
And because of this:
A shoulder-length style will be best for ladies with fine hair types.
This can be a choppy lob or blunt cut, textured waves or even sleek and straight!
Less weight means your hair won't be so weighted down.
Which allows it to sit thicker.
Simply just making the cut will make a huge difference to your fine hair.
Soft layers are one of the best hairstyles for fine hair.
Especially if you still want some length.
As I mentioned above, weight is the enemy of volume.
That doesn't mean you have to go shoulder length if you don't want to.
How can you keep your long locks while getting some extra volume?
This haircut for fine hair lets you lose some length and weight and creates dimension in your hair.
You can style the layers to create extra volume at the crown of your head and keep the length all at the same time.
Bangs are one of the oldest tricks in the book for making thin hair look thicker.
They create movement in your strands.
And the illusion of more volume around your face.
Bangs have come back with a... well, a bang!
How does this hair cut help fine hair?
Curtain and sweeping bangs make fine hair look thicker by allowing the strands around your face to sit thicker.
It's also one of the most #ontrend hairstyles of the minute.
Deep side parts are one of the best hairstyles for fine hair.
This is because:
You are basically lumping all the hair on to one side of your head.
This creates the illusion of more volume.
Part your hair on the thicker side and flip it over to the thinner side.
This will add some much-needed bulk.
Pro-tip: add a few S bend waves to create some extra texture and lift at the roots too.
Soz gen z's, but side parts will always reign supreme.
The best haircut for fine hair?
All one length locks not only make your hair look longer but also make its texture thicker too.
Losing the deadweight means your hair can regrow and replenish its natural texture and reach its full growth potential!
This is a simple, low maintenance look that will transform your thin hair.
Not ready to get haircut for your fine hair?
There are plenty of fine hair hairstyles to help your fine hair look more luscious.
Textured waves, big bouncy curls, high ponytails and messy boho buns are all great hairstyles for fine hair.
Any hairstyles with texture, movement and dimension will help your fine hair look fuller.
Here are my 5 favourite fine hair hairstyles!
Ponytails tend to fall flat with fine hair, literally.
Did you know you can still have a full, bouncy and envious pony no matter how fine your strands are?
What's the secret?
Adding a halo is the easiest way to take your pony-fail to a pony even Ari would be jealous of!
Beachy, textured waves are your best friend when it comes to hairstyles for fine hair!
It's all about movement and creating the volume your hair is lacking in a natural and #ontrend way.
Beachy waves are the best way to do this!
How do you create natural textured waves?
Using mermaid waver or large barrel curler, style your hair in thick sections.
Once it is all waved:
Brush it out and add your favourite sea-salt spray or volumizing product for an extra boost!
Curls are a great way to make fine hair appear thicker.
Keep things tight at first.
When curling fine hair, your goal should be loose locks.
Because ringlets will tend to look a little, well... sheepish.
To achieve this, you will have to start off tight and brush your hair out.
This will leave you with soft natural looking curls with just enough movement to create the illusion of extra volume without looking too done or #OTT.
If you have fine hair, you probably don't often go for a bun, amiright?
But you're making a mistake by sleeping on this style.
Because buns can actually be a serious body-boosting hairstyle for fine hair?
There are a few ways to elevate your bun, but the easiest and best?
Halos, of course!
Adding a halo hair extension will take your bun from blah to big and boho in seconds.
Yes, yes, you can.
You'd be forgiven for thinking straight hair should be avoided if your hair is fine.
But, you'd be wrong.
Sleek straight hairstyles are actually perfect for thin hair.
So, what's the secret to wearing fine hair straight?
All one length haircuts create the illusion of thicker hair.
To be blunt, if you want to wear your fine hair straight, it's time to make the cut.