Thin or thin hair is not a hindrance to creating a perfect hairstyle. Tips from our hairdresser stylists will help you to give your hair the shape and volume you want. We will show you how to style and dry your hair to get an impressive result.
Thin hair that is soft and flat does not hold volume well. Choose a haircut that will add fluffiness and volume. Ideal haircuts for fine hair: bob for medium length and pixie for short. The shorter the thin hair, the more voluminous the hairstyle looks. If you want to keep the length, then ask the hairdresser to cut you with a ladder. A multi-layered haircut is ideal for fine and thin hair. The cascade haircut looks especially beautiful on straight lines, and it suits any type of face.
Thin and thin hair requires gentle care
Always use a volumizing shampoo designed for fine hair. Hair is often difficult to comb without using a special conditioning lotion. However, this tool can ruin the volume at the root. To prevent this from happening, apply conditioner only lengthwise and only as needed. Before blow-drying your freshly washed hair, wrap it in a towel and let it dry, but never scrub it to avoid damaging the scales. Gently untangle the dried ones with a wide-toothed comb. While brushing, hold the strands at the roots to avoid pulling the hair. And only now can you dry them with a hairdryer. Set the temperature to no higher than average to avoid overheating the hair.
Hairstyle for long and medium thin hair: flat brush and hairdryer
Thin hair will look livelier by adding volume from the roots. Before blow-drying, apply a small amount of styling mousse or modeling gel close to the roots. Now you can proceed to blow-dry using a flat brush. At the same time, keep your head slightly tilted, combing your hair against their growth. After running through your hair several times, tilt your head to the other side, and do the same. Then tilt your head forward and continue drying, brushing your hair from the back of your head to your forehead.
Hairstyle for short thin hair: styling with fingers
If your hair is too short to brush with a flat brush, lift the strands away from your head with your fingers while drying. You can also collect small strands and heat them slightly with a hairdryer. Now let them cool down. In this way, you can give them volume from the roots.
Highlights are a great way to add volume to fine hair. Bleached strands add depth to the color and add volume to the look.
Another trick is changing the parting every time you style. Even if the new parting is at a distance of a centimeter from the previous one, the hair will take a different position, which will give it elasticity at the roots.
Hairstyling products for fine or thin hair
It is best to stick to minimal styling after brushing with a flat brush. For thin and thin hair, we also do not recommend using wax, modeling gel, or lipstick to add shine. These styling products contain oils that will make your hair look sleek. For short, thin, a little (!) Gel with the effect of wet hair is suitable. For longer, thinner, or thinner ones, we recommend a stronghold varnish. Apply the spray as follows: lifting the strands, spray the varnish from their inside. If you spray on top of it, it will weigh down your hair.