Thinning hair doesn’t mean that you can’t look your best – often, it’s about knowing your hair texture, playing up other features and drawing attention to your best angles.
Thinning hair can happen for many different reasons, including hormonal, lifestyle changes, natural loss of collagen due to aging, or medical conditions. But there’s no need to despair – often, with a skilled stylist, your hair can still be your crowning glory.
Here are three looks that can still turn heads, even with thinning hair:
Shoulder-Length Blunt Cut
Long locks can weigh down any look, so keep thin hair shoulder length or above. However, some may still want to retain some length: enter the shoulder-length blunt cut.
The trick for pulling off a shoulder-length style is making it a blunt cut. Blunt lines make your hair appear thicker. It’s considered a blunt line if it’s the same length all the way around.
To maintain and amplify fullness, avoid overtexturizing hair with lots of layers.
Lob With Light Layers
The ever-flattering long bob (lob) works on any hair type, especially thin hair because it frames your face without weighing you down. Layering adds movement to hair, but you don’t want to remove too much. Stick with light layers, and keep the ends blunt rather than feathered.
Deep Side Part
Another trick to try if your hair is on the longer side is the deep side part. With a deep side part, you’re essentially lumping all your hair together on one side, creating the illusion of volume. You also create lift at the roots.
Shorter hair is stronger than longer strands, so even very fine hair can benefit from a super-short cropped cut. Pixie cuts can actually make your thin hair appear thicker than it really is. Try one with choppy layers to add volume. Work a light styling balm or paste through your hair to give your cut definition without weighing it down.
Want a cut customized for your thinning hair? Our stylists will design a look especially for your face shape, personal style, lifestyle and hair texture. Call us today at 62952088 to make your appointment.