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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.

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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.

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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.)

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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.

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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.

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Julianne Moore’s Side Part

Pro tip: An extreme side part is a surefire way to make it look like you have more hair.

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Alexa Chung’s Full Bangs

Another volumizing trick? Bangs. A little forehead fringe goes a long way in adding oomph.

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