Best Hair Styles for Women with Thin Hair

April 18, 2017

 

 

If you have thin or thinning hair, you don't need a head full of extensions to achieve the illusion of fullness. There are many style options and cuts that can work wonders and add fullness to your tresses. We're sharing our top five hair styles for women with thin hair. 

 

1. Short and Wavy 

 

A short wavy cut is a classic way to add needed volume and texture to your hair. The messy bob gives the illusion of a fuller look without the need of too many hair products. Add in some light layering, and your curls will look bigger and more textured! 

 

2. Wrapped Ponytail 

 

Ponytails are versatile. They have the ability to look chic without too much effort. Try wrapping your hair around your hair tie, which will give your ponytail a little more height and fullness. 

 

3. Blunt Bangs

 

Ask your stylist for blunt bangs, it’s a great way to frame your face. Start the bangs near the crown of your head and style them with a round brush. If you have naturally oily hair, dry shampoo will be your new best friend.  

 

 

4. Pompadour 

 

Pompadours work on both long and short hair and they are a great way to add instant height. Avoid flat hair by using a volumizing mousse on your roots. This style can also work with longer hair when styled in a half ponytail. 

 

5. Deep side part 

 

Styling your hair with a deep side part is another way to fake fullness. Part your hair to the right or left and sweep the hair up and over for volume. You can also use volumizing mousse to the roots for additional height. Light layering will also help frame your face! 

 

 

At Nashville Hair Clinic our expert members of staff are well versed in dealing with thin hair. If you are looking for a more permanent solution, give us a call at 615-635-8092 to book your consultation today! 

 

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