The Best Haircuts for Thin Hair
Courtesy of Emily Blunt, Julianne Moore and Sandra Bullock
As much as we’d all love to have a head full of commercial-worthy hair, sometimes it’s just not in the cards.
Ladies with fine locks, here are six hair ideas for working with what you got.
Emily Blunt’s Wavy Lob
This shoulder-length cut is ultra-popular for a reason: It’s incredibly flattering. Ask your stylist to snip it slightly shorter in the back for added lift.
Sienna Miller’s Carefree Bob
Same idea--just a few inches higher. Worn sleek and sophisticated or choppy and tousled, the bob is a versatile option that doesn’t require a ton of volume. (Texturizing spray is your best friend.)
Ruby Rose’s Edgy Pixie
Not for everyone, sure. But this season’s breakout star of Orange Is the New Black is setting new standards for androgynous beauty. Her slicked-back pixie is pretty much all anyone is talking about right now.
Sandra Bullock’s Sharp Layers
Just because you don’t have a ton of hair doesn’t mean you’re relegated to short cuts. If you’re staying long, consider maintaining sharp, clean layers. Otherwise, lengthy hair can look limp.
Julianne Moore’s Side Part
Pro tip: An extreme side part is a surefire way to make it look like you have more hair.
Alexa Chung’s Full Bangs
Another volumizing trick? Bangs. A little forehead fringe goes a long way in adding oomph.