People with naturally thick hair are lucky. Their hair almost always looks good and their styling lasts much longer. Fine hair does require more work. But don’t despair!
You know of course that not every model or acctress has beautiful, full hair. This may be every woman’s dream, but in fact, for most women, especially those with fine hair, it’s an illusion that has to be created.
There are two types of fine hair:
- The first is when you have plenty of hair but each strand is baby fine.
Supermodel Natalia Vodianova has baby fine hair but a lot of it.
2. The second and most difficult hair to deal with is sparse and fine hair.
This kind often looks like see-through hair or hair that sticks to the head moments after the blow dry.
Princess Charlene of Monaco has sparse and fine hair but her hairstyle is always sophisticated.
Here are some easy tips to make your fine hair look its best.
The finer and more sparse your hair, the more essential it is to have the right haircut.
- The best cut for almost all fine hair is the bob.
There are many variations of the bob, from layered to the most traditional one-length Vidal Sassoon signature cut. You must find the one that suits your face shape. I would rather see hair look a little thin than cut painfully short. Short hair don’t suit all face shapes.
Yolanda Hadid always looks sophisticated and classic. Her hair is naturally fine. She keeps it above shoulder length these days. It allows her to have different hair styles.
- The big bang cut is perfect for woman with fine and sparse hair.
With this haircut, the bangs start almost at the crown of the head. This gives thinning or baby fine hair the illusion of fullness and is extremely chic.
“Bangs create a distraction by diverting the eye. It gives fullness to the front where the eye automatically goes at first glance and instinctively,” says Juan Carlos Maciques, hair wizard behind the stars like Jennifer Lopez and Michelle Williams, in InStyle magazine. From soft curtain bangs to a side-swept fringe, you can choose what your cup of tea is.
Actress Rashida Jones
- The pixie is a very good haircut for thin, thinning or fine hair.
You can wear it combed or messy and it always look great. But you must have a good face shape for this cut. Warning! It will accent a sagging jaw line or a drooping chin.
People with naturally thick hair are lucky. Their hair almost always looks good and their styling lasts much longer. Fine hair does require more work.
It requires frequent shampoos and needs to be restyled more often to look its best. But don’t despair! There are many beautiful women with less-than-perfect hair. They just know how to make it look its best. Just remember that Victoria Beckham, Charlize Theron, Cameron Diaz and Paris Hilton all have fine hair. They also have some of the best looking hair in Hollywood.
Let us know in the comments which hair style is your favorite, and check out these hairstyles as well!