The Perfect Haircut To Address Your Fine Hair Concerns

December 18, 2017

1. Wavy Bob

If your hair has some texture, consider the wavy bob. Instead of thinning out the hair, this cut helps plump things up because it’s slightly longer in front and shorter in back. You can’t go wrong by throwing waves into this look which can also help showoff your highlights. With a wavy bob having the right amount of fullness in your hair is key. To pump up the volume, use a walnut-sized amount of Clean Volume Weightless Mousse on damp hair and style using the diffuser attachment on your blow dryer to bring out your hair’s natural wave.

2. Shaggy Lob

If you’re still on the fence about how short to go, keep things on the longer side with a shaggy haircut. Plus, if you prefer to let your hair air dry and don’t want to spend too much time on your styling routine, this look only has a few layers, so it’s easy to style. Use Hydrate Air Dry Cream to help bring out your natural hair texture without weighing it down. The lived-in feel that this cream provides can help with creating the appearance of thicker, fuller hair. Since this haircut hits at the shoulders, it’s ideal for commitment-phobes who don’t necessarily want to part ways with their hair length.

3. Softly Layered Bob

If you have fine hair that has a slight density, long layers can be a great option. They’re perfect if you want to stay away from the styling complications that come with short choppy layers. For anyone with a busy lifestyle who needs to get up and go, this cut can help keep your hair looking put together. Perk up the roots of this haircut by using Clean Volume Instant Levitation Mist. It’s made without heavy silicones and uses menthol to maximize root lift.

4. Curly Bob

The curly bob hits right at the shoulders, so can be an exciting change if you’re cutting off long hair. The trick with this look is to style the hair with curls instead of waves because curls take up more space and make it seem like you have more hair. You can help curls stand out by using Smooth Perfection Anti-Frizz Serum to control flyaways and give hair flexibility so your ringlets can have bounce.

5. Textured Pixie

This textured pixie haircut is about as short as they come, but if you’re ready to rock a bold look, it’s the way to go. What’s great about this short haircut for fine hair is that it’s kept long on the sides and includes an edgy buzzed undercut at the nape of the neck. Short layers are cut in the back to help lift the hair, creating the illusion that your fine hair is a lot thicker than it actually is. To help give the layers a boost, apply a small amount of Pure Volume Style + Care Infusion to damp hair before blow drying. The wheat protein in this cream-gel can help hair look thicker while keeping it from frizzing up throughout the day.

6. Blunt Lob

Think of a blunt lob haircut as the universal look for fine hair types. Since it’s the same length all over, it’s a look that requires minimal upkeep and makes styling a breeze. To show it off, wear it straight by using your hot tools and a lightweight heat protectant cream. When working with a cut that doesn’t have layers to balance out your hair’s fine texture, you can opt for a thickening hair treatment, which can help hair appear denser.

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