Shoulder length hair can look very sleek and sophisticated, especially if you style it well. The length also gives you an illusion of the volume of you choose the right cut, which is what most people with thin or fine hair want. If you don’t want to cut your hair, you can always style it differently to ensure it looks more voluminous. The styles mentioned below look great and give fine hair some texture:
- Wavy Bob
A wavy bob is a universally flattering hairstyle, suitable for both men and women. You need to use your heat tool to give your hair a few curls before ruffling it to loosen those curls. This style adds a lot of texture and movement to your hair while framing your face well. Bobs always accentuate the neck and jawline, which can give you a very modern look.
This style is quick to achieve and easy to maintain. You can do it every day before leaving for work. Just make sure the bob is cut well and visit the hairstylist regularly to maintain the length. If your hair still feels a little too limp and thin, use a texturizing spray or mousse.
- Asymmetrical Textured Bob
This is an excellent option for people who don't like using heat tools on their hair. Instead of adding any curls to the strands every day, you can get an asymmetrical cut. This cut naturally adds some texture and volume to fine hair, so it doesn't require much styling. It looks artfully messy and casual, which is a great choice for people who like to rock that vibe.
Asymmetrical bobs don't require a lot of styling. You can roll out of bed, comb your hair to remove any tangles, and get out of the door. That's why it is a great style for both men and women. If you need more texture, add a little texturizing spray or mouse and give your hair a ruffle.
- Messy Braids
People with fine hair often hesitate to wear braids because they can emphasize the lack of volume. That’s because you tie your hair too tightly, and all the strands are closely packed together. A loose messy braid looks elegant and is very comfortable. Comb your hair, tie a regular braid, and then carefully pull at it from the sides to loosen it a little. Make sure the braid is loose at the root as well, which can help ensure you have a few strands framing your face.
You can even tie this messy braid into a bun later in the day. This gives you a refined look but is also a very comfortable style to wear for people with thin hair. Again, use a texturizer if you feel the need for more volume.
- Sleek Angled Bob
This style became popular a few years ago, but it shows no signs of going out of fashion. It is a very versatile cut and is particularly suitable for women. Don’t be afraid of sleek, straight hair because this cut can shine if you style it correctly. An experienced stylist will add some texture at the bottom to give it volume. As long as you don’t use excessive heat or products, the style won’t lay flat on your hair. You will have some volume on the top.
You can customize the sleek angled bob by adding a few curls. For example, if you don't feel like having pin-straight hair, use your curling iron to add some random waves. They will soften the look and make sure bob more manageable.
- A Formal Bun
Sometimes you need a more restrained hairstyle while disguising thin hair. A formal bun like an elegant chignon is the perfect solution. Don't let the fancy French name fool you; this style is straightforward and doesn't require a lot of time. All you need to do is create two loose braids at the back of your head and twist them together to form a bun.
Make sure you leave a few strands of hair to frame your face to harsh lines. Use a spray to keep the hairstyle in place.
These styles are appealing, easy-to-do, and excellent for thin or fine hair. If you’re worried about thinning hair on your head, we at Hair 2.0 recommend our natural keratin fiber solution. Want to know more? Contact our customer care for queries or browse through our website for information on different products.