Those of us cursed with thin hair know how much of a pain it is to make it look beautiful. Thin hair is challenging regardless of the length and creating a hairstyle that looks decent can be daunting even for professionals. Here are some suggestions for your next visit to a hair salon.
Flowy Collarbone Length Layers
This is soft, flowy and summer style
Medium Lenght Shag
To maintain this look you will probably need a fringe trim every three to four weeks.
Tousled Angled Bob
Tousled light layers improve the appearance of thin hair.
Sexy Long Shag
Tapering shag with long fringes.
Logn Hair With Soft Layers
A classic look, with seamless layers, add volume to thin hair.
Mid-length Stacked Bob
Summer look, this is a very low-maintenance style.
Short Hair with Pops of Pink
A surprising combination of a lot of volumes.
The Classic Bob Reincarnated
A classic look from the 1920s, updated for the 21st century.
Lob for Straight Hair
A great combination of baby lights and shadow root for volume.
Rose Gold Bob
A versatile and very trendy at the moment rose and gold combination adds another dimension to the hair.
Choppy Pixie Cut
Sexy and sophisticated pixie, ideal for thin hair.
Middle Part Blunt Bob
Edgy and timeless simultaneously, this is a great look for younger people.
Sunkissed Textured LOB
A style mimicking naturally highlighted hair by the sun.
Airy Textured Bob
Airy and light look, with texture to make it appear more voluminous.
Lived in Long Shag
Shag in combination with very short fringe makes this style great for summer.
Effortless Shag with Bangs
Uneven layers allow for hair’s natural movement, adding rich texture.
Asymmetrical style revealing the jawline on one side.
Clean Symmetrical Bob
A precise cut allows for a classic look.
Classic Square Blunt Bob
Asymmetrical fringe adds another dimension to this classic bob.
Soft Layers with Wispy Bangs
Soft layers allow for natural movement while keeping the hair as long as possible.