Posted on: 16 July 2020
Whether you will be taking road trips, want a style that is easy to care for, or just want to feel fresh and clean, a new hair cut can be a great investment. Unfortunately, when you have fine or thin hair, finding a cut and style that suits your needs while complementing your appearance can be a challenge. With this guide, you will learn about 3 simple, stylish, summer cuts for anyone with fine hair.
A blunt bob is one of the best styles for women with fine hair. Not only will this cut create volume even though it is not actually there, but it adds definition and texture to your face.
Consider a sleek bob with an even length that ends at your chin. If preferred, you can end the bob's length at the neck or collarbone, as well.
To style this bob cut, wash your hair and towel dry slightly. Add some volumizing or texturizing mousse to the roots using your hands. Use a medium-bristled brush to smooth the style into the shape you prefer while using a hairdryer on the warm setting.
If you are interested in making a bold statement, consider the pixie cut for your fine hair. When you see your stylist, ask for a full pixie cut instead of a layered pixie. Layers tend to reduce the density of the hair, making your fine hair appear even thinner. Bangs are also important with pixie cuts. Opt for a thick, heavy bang to add much-needed dimension.
To style, wash and add a little texturizing gel or mousse to the roots, pulling up with your hands. A flat iron can help bump the hair up slightly from the head, giving the appearance of a fuller pixie cut.
Long and Layered
You can pull off a long hairstyle even with super-fine hair — you just need to know how to layer and style it to suit your face. Ask your stylist to focus on edgy layers that frame your face. You can choose to have bangs or not — either option, the focus should be on the layers around your forehead, cheeks, and chin.
Mousse should be applied to the roots on damp hair. Use your hands to work the mousse in while blow drying your hair on a light setting. The finished look should be messy around the face, but neat on the top and back.
For more information, reach out to a local hairstylist.Share