Thin hair is not a curse. Hair of this type is very appealing if properly handled. After reading this article you will see how many cute hairstyles you can rock with fine locks. There are many beautiful short hairstyles and haircuts for thin hair, really. With fine hair you can easily be feminine, extravagant, stylish and playful … yeah whatever you wish!
What Haircuts Suit Thin Hair?
Cutting thin hair should be done in straight cuts, without thinning of the tips in order to keep the hair density. Structured haircuts with lots of layers are perfect. In addition to volume, they also make your hair vibrant and easy to manage. A good haircut in a short length is a bob, pixie or a boy cut – their round silhouettes are ideal for fine hair. Any fringe will work with these cuts.
How to Style Short Fine Hair?
Styling should begin with the drying of the hair roots using a blow drier. As a rule, where we blow there it will lie. Determine the direction of the flow of air, dry your hair and finish off the tips with a brush, curling iron or a straightener.
There is a range of styling products available for thin hair. Most of them are light hold. Styling products with a high degree of fixation will weigh fine hair down.
Looking After Thin Hair
Proper care for fine hair requires a special shampoo, conditioner and mask. Many brands today release a series of products “for hair volume.” These products make thin hair thicker and more elastic, so that it looks more voluminous and thick.
Ok, now, let’s see how different and unique you can be with thin hair!
#1: Tapered Bowl Cut
The term “bowl cut” may make you (at first) want to run for the hills, but hear us out. Some of the biggest names in entertainment are rocking this look and showing us how incredibly chic and edgy it can be. The cute boyish cut includes long, shaggy layers up top with a dramatic buzzed bottom that starts just above the ear. When the hair is straightened and worn slightly tousled it’s completely awesome and on-trend. Go for it.
#2: A-Line Amber Bob
We will be the first to admit that short haircuts for fine hair can be particularly tricky. Overdo it with styling, and you risk getting complete frizz. Don’t style at all, and your hair looks limp. Luckily, this A-line chin-length hairdo from @philipwolffhair is the golden middle, incorporating layers for extra volume and a gradual incline for depth.
#3: Layered Bob for Fine Hair
This bob is maximally lifted at the roots and swept to one side. A blowout for short hair gives a cute rounded silhouette to your hairstyle that automatically excludes a flat look.
#4: Feathered Pixie for Thin Hair
Feathered choppy pixie cut with subtle highlights is an equally good choice for a mature lady or a young girl. It’s sassy, modern and best suitable for thin hair that lacks body and turns out high-maintenance in longer hairstyles.
#5: Disconnected Pixie for Short Hair
Short haircuts for thin hair should use lots of layers whether your hair is straight or wavy. Sweeping them to one side is a good idea because this doubles the volume. Silver or white blonde tone with dark roots is a thin-hair-flattering and trendy hair color solution.
#6: Short Messy Hairstyle with Twists
Short bangs are not very popular now. If you wear your inverted bob side parted with long bangs, they fall into the face all the time. Instead of simply pinning them out of the way, make two parallel twists that blend beautifully into slightly wavy hair.
#7: Edgy Short Cut for Thin Hair
The edgy blonde balayage hairstyle speaks style and chic. It’s not sleek, but it does look elegant, modern and age-appropriate. But at the same time we can easily picture this pixie bob on a sassy teenage girl.
#8: Balayage Bob with Layers
The best aspect of this sweet, layered haircut is its multi-seasonal capabilities––you can rock it year-round. Ask your stylist for a well-blended brown blonde color, and blow it out to perfection for a gorgeous rounded bob look.
#9: Short Red Cut with Wispy Layers
By incorporating gentle, wispy layers into hair with a noticeably fine texture, you automatically add heaps of thickness. This style by @hair.by.morah uses that approach here, also adding soft caramel highlights aptly blended with the base color for extra dimension.
#10: Layered Pixie with an Edgy Fringe
Sharply angled layers within your short haircut create a texture that will never let your hair look flat and limp. You can enhance it by styling your hair with a texturizing product. Finger comb your bangs to the side and throw some crown layers forward onto the bangs.
#11: Short Straight Bob Hairstyle
The shape of your haircut, your layers and the color are the things that work together to add to the illusion of thickness to fine hair. This short bob has some piece-y layers to boost volume, while the blonde highlights on the dark base add more depth.
#12: Short Haircut with Side Part
How is this for a fun ‘do? There is a variety of short haircuts for fine hair. If you want something that is more edgy as opposed to classic, try this straight hairstyle with a deep side part. Keep the look smooth around the part with hair gel.
#13: Textured Bob with Bangs
If you have fine hair, remember that bangs and layers are two key things to making your mane look thicker. This ‘do combines both of them. The wispy layers of this shaggy hairstyle boost the volume, especially around her face.
#14: Stacked Bob with Highlights
The majority of bob haircuts can create very flattering looks for those with fine hair. The shape of this stacked bob is great, and the contrasting blonde highlights add more dimension to layers.
#15: Soft Waves for Thin Hair
When you’re choosing the best hairstyles for fine hair, first of all look for cuts that will play up the natural texture of your hair, if you have any. This wavy ‘do appears a lot thicker thanks to the texture compared to how it would look if was styled straight.
#16: Short Choppy Pixie
Don’t be afraid to try a crop if your hair is on the thinner side. Just take a look at her cool cut. She may not have a lot of hair left, but what is there looks full and luxurious thanks to the way her stylist has shaped the hair into side-swept feathery layers.
#17: Messy Pixie for Short Hair
Multidirectional locks are fun and carefree – perfect for summer weather or for an artistic endeavor. Have your hair cut with very short layers and then use a light gel to tousle it into place.
#18: White Blonde Bob for Fine Hair
This is one of the chicest short bobs for fine hair. The layered style looks flatteringly thanks to the rounded shape, bangs and piece-y layers. The white blonde color is modern, and makes it look like she has much thicker strands than she really does.
#19: Short Choppy Hairdo with Blue Streaks
Use hair color to your advantage, if you’re looking to boost your thin hair. These teased and tousled layers already create the illusion of a full head of hair, but the pale blue streaks around the face take things a step further.
#20: Blunt Bob with Layers
Would you ever call her hair thin? Probably not. It’s all thanks to the mix of the beachy blonde highlights and the long textured layers. If your hair is on the straighter side, ask your stylist to cut it with a razor to create shaggy ends.
#21: Lavender Bob with Wispy Layers
Fine straight hair is not a disadvantage if you know how to cut and style it correctly. Layered short haircuts for straight hair, like layered bobs or long pixies, are the way to go. This pastel purple hairstyle is enhanced thanks to some soft layers cut around the head. They are distinct yet blend together to create a full ‘do.
#22: Short Blonde Inverted Bob
Your bob can be longer in the front or back. A bob with a longer front suggests shorter layers in the back which provide fullness around the crown and a beautiful side view. As for the front, the chin-length and the collar-bone length are the most universally flattering ones for different face shapes.
#23: Shaggy Layers for Thin Hair
To copy this piece-y look, apply some texturizing spray to damp hair and scrunch your locks as you are blow-drying. For more definition, twist a few locks around a curling iron.
#24: Short Hairstyle with Flicks
When you look at this picture, you don’t see fine hair. You see a head full of luxurious brown locks. If you’re not quite ready for a pixie crop, stick with short to medium hairstyles. Bob hairstyles for fine hair that have a tousled texture and hit just above the shoulders, like this one, are always flattering for those with hair on the thinner side.
#25: Short Haircut with Long Front Layers
Straight-haired girls should remember this look the next time they go to the hairdresser. The layered hairstyle with longer, side-swept bangs is very flattering and quite simple to maintain. The blonde highlights with darker roots and underlayer create the appearance of dimensional strands.
#26: Tousled Beach Bob
Whether it’s the low maintenance factor, breezy feel or effortless color, undone beach bobs––such as this wavy cut by @cutyourhair––will never go out of style. Pair with a nude lip, gentle smokey eye, minimal jewelry and a super casual outfit to achieve the full effect.
#27: Silver Pixie with Curls
Now this is a cute look. Fine hair cuts are always successful when there is a bit of curl added. To achieve the look, hold your curling iron vertically. Don’t brush out the curls. Instead, spray them with a firm hold hairspray.
#28: Lavender Cut with Side Part
Everything about this look is stunning from the periwinkle hue to the straight voluminous ‘do. The deep side part and the teased roots will make fine hair appear more voluminous that it actually is. The same goes for the side-swept bangs.
#29: Tousled Bob for Fine Hair
Take a look at how pretty this wavy bob is with the voluminous layers and messy texture. It’s classy yet effortless. The curls feature just the right amount of definition and a very beautiful sun-kissed hair color solution.
#30: Short Messy Asymmetrical Bob
This is one of the brilliant short hairstyles for fine hair. Not only does it make your locks appear to be super thick, the longer layers around the face are flattering if you have a round face. One-length short cuts can enhance the width of round faces, but this one helps to balance them out.
#31: Short Cut with Face-Framing Balayage
Balayage is undoubtedly the hair coloring technique of the moment, mainly because the style creates a highly natural appearance that grows out harmoniously overtime––something that works so well with short hairstyles for fine hair. Ensure the brightest layers remain in the front to highlight your facial features.
#32: Shorter Brown Cut with Babylights
Fine hair can be difficult to style, especially when paired with a short bob. But when you put in barely-there babylights, gradual layers, and a volumizing mousse, fine hair seems to magically turn from disappointing to dreamy.
#33: Extreme Silver Crop
Contrary to popular belief (and what Disney movies might project), not all pixie styles are ethereal and innocent. As the look from @dillahajhair shows, some super cropped cuts can be wildly edgy and sexy when you’re willing to take a chance with your appearance. Try silver coloring in the front, leaving your natural hue in the back.
#34: Curly Cropped Cut with Highlights
When in search of haircuts for fine hair that suit your style and preference best, think of expertly layered bobs. Finely chopped light layers work wonderful in both curly and straight hairstyles. Highlights are also a wise choice. Not only do they give thinner textures a serious boost of drama, they create an illusion of more body.
#35: Asymmetrical Unicorn Bob
If you’ve been on Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest recently, you’ve certainly witnessed the unicorn trend in photos. Here, that particular style gets a new spin in a shorter bob length. We love the deep, side-swept bang and magical purple streaks. Keep a base color neutral and complementing your skin tone.
#36: Dramatic Silver Pixie
For extra short cuts to suit thin hair, look no further than this sweet, sassy silver grey crop from @pamelapaynehairart. And while pulling off a grayish tone can be intimidating at first, trust us when we say that you’ll be turning heads in the best way possible.
#37: Bright Summery Highlights with Cropped Hair
Some hairstyles for fine hair are ideal for wearing year-round. This lovely bob is a beautiful example. Not only do you benefit from the lightness and brightness in spring and summer, but you can also quickly (and easily) play with textures and colors in fall and winter to add depth and drama. We love this cut by @hairbcym––absolutely perfect for any season.
#38: Tousled Wavy Bob
Fine hair is a wide-spread phenomenon. If your strands are fine, a long cut can be a risky choice – you would inevitably have to deal with lack of volume – short hairstyles for fine hair are much more practical and pretty. Check this gorgeous bob and you’ll understand why.
#39: Loosely Curled Hairstyle
If you have thin hair, we can’t stress enough that a large barrel curling iron is your best friend! In this instance, all it takes is a few loose messy curls to boost the body of the medium choppy bob cut. Add a dash of light hold hairspray and a spritz of finishing spray to create a classic blonde bombshell look.
#40: Choppy Balayage Bob
Choppy layered locks are a fantastic way to amplify thinner strands naturally. The chocolate-to-platinum gradual color change also creates a cascading waterfall effect, enhancing the texture and volume.
#41: Short Layers with Side Part
Short straight hairstyles are about as easy they get in the hair world. A clean, lightly layered bob is easy to dry and style post-shower, and it even air dries nicely, should you be short on time. In short, this cropped ‘do is a lazy girl’s dream. If you want to make it look like you tried, part the hair on the side and tuck one side behind the ear.
#42: Easy Breezy Waves with Gentle Highlights
When choosing fine hair cuts, it can be tempting to stick with something longer and less interesting in fear of looking limp. This style, oozing movement and life with just a few gentle highlights and breezy waves, shows that shorter is often better if you want a more voluminous hairstyle.
#43: Turquoise and Silver Wavy Cut
This Princess Elsa-inspired cut and color combination by @jeffreyrobert_ is too cute for words. We’re especially in love with the black-to-platinum-to-turquoise color transition, incorporating just enough edge and sweetness to balance the look out. For this ethereal color try messy styling with scattered loose curls throughout.
#44: Extreme Angled Bob with Pink Peek-a-Boos
When a fabulous asymmetrical haircut and a breathtaking color meet, you get a dreamy hairstyle like this statement bob. The hot pink definitely steals the show as it plays peekaboo underneath long choppy layers of icy platinum blonde.
#45: Cropped Fine Hair in Silver Hue
Is your thin hair looking a little lifeless? Instead of researching haircuts for fine hair for hours on end, skip straight to a cut and style that will breathe new life into your old ‘do. The benefits of a silvery chin-length bob are twofold: The sleek, short length is super sophisticated while the silvery hue is undeniably cool and trendy.
#46: Modern Chocolate Bob
Of all the short haircuts for women with thin hair, this chocolatey jaw-length bob with point cut ends is the most modern and chic. Wash and dry hair normally, then run a straightening iron piece by piece. Spritz with a light texturizing mist, and voila!
#47: Buzzed and Beautiful Short Hairstyle
Channel your inner punk goddess and take a razor to that fine hair of yours. Get a buzz cut letting the layers get gradually longer up top so you’re left with long, side-swept bangs. This is great for those with longer foreheads as fringe minimizes this area and helps round out the face a bit.
#48: Southern Belle Bob with Gradual Layers
By the time your stylist is done preparing this sweet southern belle-inspired bob, you’ll be ready to hit the Kentucky Derby. Pair with sexy red lips and flawless matte skin to get the complete look.
#49: Layered Caramel Brown Bob
It’s no secret that bobs are seriously having a moment right now. Perfect for short to medium hair lengths, a layered bob is versatile and edgy and a nice departure from traditional long locks. A lightly layered bob is especially helpful for thin-haired ladies as it adds shape to limp, lackluster hair.
#50: Sexy Pixie with Rocker Texture
Just because you were born with fine hair, doesn’t mean your style should be boring or flat. This model uses choppy, chunky layers and medium hold styling products to achieve serious edge and drama which are still purposely softened by the creamy blonde color.
#51: Short Spiked Haircut
Channel your inner Tinker Bell and give your hair a spunky, super-short cut. This is one of the ideal hairstyles for short thin hair, as the choppy spiked layers in the back and long, sweeping pieces in the front add some much-needed dimension and volume. Styling tip: Invest in a light hold texturizing product to make the hair a bit piece-y and messy-looking.
#52: Low Maintenance Choppy Crop
We will be the first to admit that not all hairstyles for short thin hair are of the “wash and go” type––some can take work. But with this gorgeous, subtle style, there’s no need to spend hours prepping yourself in front of the mirror each morning––the classy choppy cut and brownish red color has done the work for you.
#53: Short Gray Shag
If you haven’t gone grey yet, it’s definitely time to bite that bullet, especially when you’ve got a shaggy short ‘do to go with it. Take “edgy” to a whole new level with a metallic hue that will literally illuminate your haircut. Oh, and when going grey/silver, make sure you stock up on a color-enhancing shampoo to keep the color from going dull.
#54: Purple A-Line Bob
Hairstyles for thin hair make the most of both color and cut to achieve maximum volume and dimension. This bob uses soft layers and subtle purple highlights perfectly blended with the base color. Slightly tousled styling won’t hurt either.
#55: Messy Bob for Thin Hair
Is your wavy, thin hair giving you problems? Show it who the boss is by chopping and messing it up a bit. Curl it with a large barrel curling iron and brush out the curls with a paddle brush. Haphazardly throw the hair to one side and let it fall over your eye for a sultry look. The texture of your hair will work in your favor – it will hold the curly pattern and keep the messy, style from going limp.
#56: The Finest Haircut for Fine Hair
Maximize that feather-like hair of yours and put it to good use. Try a reverse faux hawk that pushes the long hair to the front. Let the thin strands naturally fall forward and sweep across the top of the head. Spritz some flexible-hold hairspray and you’re ready to roll.
#57: Layered Deep Pink Bob
One way to dress up thin locks is to play around with the tips of your hair. A jagged edge will give the impression of more weight on the top of your hairstyle. This works particularly well on straight hair that retains its shape.
#58: Cute Tapered Pixie
Ladies with fine hair are lucky enough to be able to pull off lots of super short pixie cuts. Where thick hair might stick out and appear too harsh, short thin hair looks beautifully textured, neat and stylish. This hairstyle uses different textures and lengths without risking looking messy.
#59: Sweeping Pixie with Undercut
There are three reasons so many short haircuts for fine hair have undercuts. Firstly, the shorter hair contrasts and, therefore, highlights the luscious longer locks. Secondly, an undercut can add a bit of volume to the hair on top. And, thirdly, undercuts look awesomely modern!
#60: Braided Banged Bob
Sometimes haircuts for fine straight hair can use a little help from their friends. And by friends, we are referring to styling techniques like braiding, twisting, knotting, etc. A thick, plush braid is often an ideal hair accessory, especially when dealing with shorter, thinner hair. Create a shoelace or Dutch braid across the front of the hair and pull at the plait for added fullness.
#61: Balayage Bob for Fine Hair
A hair dryer and a round brush are your first assistants in achieving voluminous short hair styles for fine hair. Balayage with dark roots and textured ends also work in the right direction, boosting body and texture of your hair.
#62: Straight Cut Two-Tone Bob
A straight cut edge promises thicker-looking hair, and some minimal layering on top will create more body and an interesting contrast of cuts. A dark color underneath paired with a light hue on the surface can also make your hairstyle look more airy.
#63: Playful Wavy Blonde Bob
Short wavy hairstyles are ideal for fine hair as they immediately add width and texture around your head. This layered bob will look thicker with lots of small waves rather than a few larger curls. If you have naturally wavy hair, this is perfect for you!
#64: Angled Bob with Highlights
Bob haircuts for fine hair can really benefit from highlights and lowlights. The more subtle shades your locks have, the more dimensional the cut will appear. This works best on natural hair colors but can be adapted for bright colors too.
#65: Quirky Purple Pixie
Partings can sometimes make fine hair look even finer, so a feathered, messy style with no parting is a great alternative. The long pixie allows for plenty of soft spikes around the crown. You can also pair them with long side bangs and a cute romantic color.
#66: Long Pixie with Nape Undercut
If you’re looking for a short cut that is ready to wash and go, this straight asymmetrical pixie is a good choice. The short trim at the back of the style looks deceptively thick, whereas the blonde top appears contrastingly soft and light.
#67: Blonde Bob with Tapered Side
One of our absolute favorite haircuts for thin hair is the stacked bob. Combine this with the funky half bob and you’ve got a winning cut! The strategic layers of the stacked style lift the back, and the shaved section gives extra dimension to the side.
#68: Tousled Asymmetrical Haircut
A sneaky way to distract from thin hair is to sport an asymmetrical style. Here, the short locks on one side and the long sweeping fringe on the other draw attention to the shape and length of the style, instead of its thickness.
#69: Striking White Pixie Cut
Using a bright hair color on short cuts draw attention to the shape of your face and your facial features, rather than the thickness of your hair. Colors that are very different to your skin tone will create a particularly striking effect.
#70: Chin-Length Layered Bob
The best haircuts for thin hair can be volumized when styled with a little bit of hair product. This slightly stacked bob is a wash and go dream; it just needs a bit of hair mousse and some tousling with your finger tips!
#71: Casual Pixie with Long Sideburns
If you’ve got fine hair and want a short cut, don’t shy away from some fashionable side burns! Leaving some hair in front of your ears, and even pushing it a little bit forward, can easily create an impression of thicker, cropped hair.
#72: Stunning Poker-Straight Bob
Hair that is cut straight across features an accurate edge and instantly looks thicker on the ends. Add a few long angled pieces to the top layer of your hair for improved texture and shape of the cut, and you’ve got a gorgeous model-approved blunt bob.
#73: Timeless Bob with a Fresh Color
Haircuts for fine hair are just as much about styling as they are about the cut itself. This bob softly curls under like the classic bob, but it also boasts a fashionable silver hue toned at the roots and ends that brings it to the top of the trendiest hairstyles.
#74: Wavy Bob with Dark Base
Hair with a dark base and balayage highlights always appears thicker as it gains depth and improved texture. Add soft waves or curls, and you have a modern style that’s a feast for the eyes.
#75: Spiky Brown Blonde Pixie
This pixie cut uses tons of choppy layers with tousled styling to add volume. The dark roots against the warm blonde hair also add some valuable dimension to the style. For even more height, the pixie cut can be spiked up.
#76: Stylish Wispy Bob with Bangs
Here is a wispy platinum bob; one of the most unique short haircuts for women with fine hair. Instead of a classic parting, this haircut bursts from the center of the head with a myriad of feather-like layers. A style that is both soft and edgy, 2-in-1.
#77: Classic Angled Bob
If your hair is particularly thin or flat at the back, try the angled bob. The clever layering of this haircut creates a cute rounded silhouette. Style with a round brush to get a perfect bob, sleek, yet showing off the hair volume.
#78: Chin-Length Layered Cut
Your Instagram feeds are probably filling up with pictures of social media celebs chopping their hair into sleek, adorable retro cuts that graze the chin. Well, rest assured, this look can be yours for the taking if you suck it up and get yourself into the salon chair. Grill your hairstylist on how best to go about a chin-length cut — short layers, long layers, blunt, shaggy, etc. You’ve got lots of options so make sure you pick the right one for your hair type.
#79: Sleek Bob for Thin Hair
Here’s your proof that hair that is fine and straight can look as full as any wavy hairstyle. The secret here is the way her hairstylist has cut the hair into a full and very defined shape. The bit of volume at the crown and the sharp ends show every detail was carefully considered.
#80: Tousled Pixie Bob Hairstyle
Short cuts for fine hair can vary in length, but it’s preferable not to make them extra short. This trick works for men with thin hair, but not every woman looks good with a very short crop. The optimal length would be a long pixie, short bob or pixie bob. With highlights and teasing your hair will look pretty voluminous.
#81: Shaggy Blonde Waves
When you’re thinking about trying a new look, work with your hairstylist to come up with something that is flattering from all angles. This shaggy bob gets longer and fades paler towards the front. Not only does it add emphasis, it also adds thickness.
#82: Edgy Pixie for Fine Hair
If you’re feeling wild and want to show off that killer bone structure, a long edgy pixie cut is the way to go. The super-short cut brings the attention to the cheekbones and face, showing off your fabulous features, putting them front-row-center. Go on with your confident, lovely self and take some scissors to that hair.
#83: Crimson Pixie with Added Volume
A long feathered pixie would be a great solution for fine thin hair. The tapered silhouette and layers throughout provide a nice volume of the crown section, especially when you style your hair with a lift at the roots. Short hair is also a good occasion to try a new trendy hair color or any rich tone that you like and find flattering for your complexion.
#84: Burgundy Red Pixie Cut
Such pictures usually inspire us to try a new hairstyle but not everyone dares to copy the look she likes at first sight. In this style both the cut and the color deserve attention, but if the hue is too bright for you, try the cut – it’s sharp but doesn’t go overboard.
#85: Short Wavy Hairstyle for Thin Hair
Light waves for short layered hair is another easy way to create texture that doesn’t lead to enormous volume, but definitely saves you from the disappointing look of limp locks. That’s a great idea of a casual hairstyle.
#86: The Almost-Pixie Cut
The best haircuts for fine hair typically involve some sort of body-building component. And nothing creates volume and body quite like choppy, angular layers. With the length slightly shorter in the back, the hair appears fuller and has movement. The angular shape also helps elongate a round face, so that’s a nice added bonus. Try applying some texturizng spray or powder to the roots to give them a little lift.
#87: Perfect Peter Pan Hair
A cool, matte taupe hair color is the perfect add-on for a cute boycut ‘do. The beauty of this vivacious look is that very little styling effort is involved. The color and cut are basically all the styling you need! Just part it, spritz it in place with a flexible-hold hairspray and you are officially ruling when it comes to short hairstyles for thin hair.
#88: Short to Medium Messy Bob
When choosing a hairstyle we should take into account not only our hair texture, but our face shape as well. Here’s a haircut for fine hair that would work for a square or round face, because with these face shapes you want a slimming style with front locks below the jaw line.
#89: Curly Hairstyle for Short Hair
Short cuts can also be very light and romantic, and women who sport them may look extremely feminine. Consider trying balayage dyeing technique on your blonde pixie. Highlighted locks will definitely add some volume to fine hair. If you want to look even more playful – curl your hair and leave it a bit messy. Use light hold products only in order not to make your hairstyle ‘plastic’.
#90: Short Rose Quartz Bob
Short thin hair and pastel hair trend? Why not? With such a funky color, the texture and volume of your hair step back, giving centre stage to the unusual hue. And if it’s one of the two colors of the year – Rose Quartz – you’ll be fashionable twice.
#91: Short Hair with Green Streaks on the Side
You only live once right? So why not let your hair live a fun life, too. Add some cool streaks of metallic mint green haphazardly around your short, punk haircut. If you haven’t looked like a total rockstar yet, you do now. All you need is a guitar and tour bus and you can take this show on the road.
#92: Disheveled Urban Hairstyle
Layers are the key point in haircuts for women with fine hair. The more you layer, the more you’ll be able to pull off an illusion of thickness. Modern layers can be choppy or rounded, and if your hair is on the shorter side, you will need some great product to keep it in place throughout the day.
#93: Long Red Pixie for Fine Hair
Short hairstyles for women with fine hair are sometimes very simple but they manage to look high class. The key is in the rich-looking hair color that flatters your complexion and brightens your eyes. Dark roots and the transitions of hues from subdued to bright or light ones are achievable within any base color – dark brown, blonde or red. When styling, simply tease the roots slightly and backcomb the crown section for a more pronounced lift.
#94: Extreme Shaved Side Haircut
Combing hair forward can really accentuate your beautiful eyes while drawing attention away from hair’s thinness. Cutting the back and sides extremely short while leaving the top long is the easiest way to add the right edge to this sweet shaggy style.
#95: Undercut Pixie for Thin Hair
There is a plenty of short hairstyles for fine hair to choose from, but some are definitely more high maintenance than others. If you just want something simple, try clipping the back and sides of the head very close, while leaving the top feathered. This will work best on straight hair and it’s perfect for thin locks.
#96: Punk Princess Chic
It’s important to see short haircuts for thin hair as an opportunity to go off-the-map hairwise. Let your freak flag fly a bit and get as edgy as possible, especially when dealing with feathery, fine hair. Try going for a faux-hawk look that includes short, buzzed sides and long, puffed-up locks up-top. It’s totally unexpected and totally rocker-chic.
#97: Long Pixie Hairstyle with Balayage
Short hairstyles for thin hair always benefit from two-tonal or multi-tonal colors. Not only an accent hue distracts attention from the fine texture of your hair, it also adds much of visual interest into your common hairstyles. Highlighted tresses always make facial features more defined.
#98: Long Bangs, Short Sides
The traditional, vertical mohawk look just got a floppy makeover. Relax that faux hawk and let the longer section of hair down the middle hang to one side. If it needs a little volume, try working some dry shampoo in it to give it texture and lift. This is about as cool as it gets when it comes to short cuts, so rock this one loud and proud.
#99: Asymmetrical Side-Parted Style
The trick to pulling off short cuts for fine hair is to be aware of asymmetry benefits. Creating a contrast from left to right will add interest and volume to your style. Choose a longer length to one side and part hair off center for the best boost.
#100: Silver Pixie for Straight Hair
A sleek, short pixie cut is very mod, and lucky for us, the ‘60s are still in fashion. The slicked-down look works best with naturally straight locks as it eliminates heat styling and will literally dry and fall into place on its own. Just tuck behind the ears and go. Oh, and you can even add a cute barrette or headband if you’re feeling fancy.
So, these were your endless ideas of haircuts and hairstyles for short thin hair. No need to wear a boring style just because you’d like to have thicker hair. Don’t think that with the thickness you have you can get only something simple. You have seen many inspiring examples. So, make a change and amaze your family and friends!