Choosing the right hairstyles for thin curly hair is crucial. To make your locks look full and bouncy you need to put some effort into styling. Fear not. We’ve gathered 30 inspiring pictures that show everything is possible with skillful hands, a good product and a strong desire to feel beautiful. Find out how to manage your fine and thin curly hair!
Short and medium cuts are best for this challenging hair type. To add fullness to thin natural curly or wavy hair, stylists usually cut a lot of layers all over or just in the front (bangs). Different types of highlights work great, as well as defining low-density curls with a wand.
A fatal mistake will be overusing thick creamy and oily hair products, as well as hair gels. Also, avoid straightening curls as your locks will look even flatter. A selection of cute hairstyles below will shed more light on the topic.
When you choose a shaggy, curly cut, you’re telling everyone that you’re comfortable with your thin curly hair and wouldn’t change it for the world because it looks so pretty.
If you’re searching for thin curly hairstyles that can double as art, look no further. The brown roots are a sharp contrast to the white-blonde ends, and that’s what helps the hair to gain the appearance of fullness and volume.
Add definition to your naturally curly hair by experimenting with your preferred color palette. A golden-blonde balayage gives each curl a sun-kissed appearance that makes the hair shine and glow. The medium mength curls tumble all around the head and frame the face beautifully.
Curly bangs are a sure-fire way to give your thin curly hair that so much wanted bouncy look. Don’t forget to treat your curly ringlets with a bit of volumizing product to make your natural texture thrive.
Fine curly hair can feature really beautiful curly patterns along with nice volume and body making your hair look anything but thin. People are jealous; simple as that. The gorgeous bob has been cut at the neck length, making the thin curls look plump and round.
Layered hairstyles are a great choice for curly thin hair. It’s not a secret that shorter layers will always look more voluminous, with a curly texture and layering multiplying your chances of getting instant volume by a thousand times.
Another trick you can use to get a fuller hair look is side parting. If you insist on long hair, consider a shoulder-length cut and give more volume to your thin curls by wearing them a bit messy.
A short bob is a popular choice with curly girls whose hair texture is a bit on the thin side. Fair enough, since it provides your thin hair with plenty of bouncy volume. This lady has gone combo: apart from the shorter cut, she went for dark roots that are known for visually adding that stunning dimension and volume.
It you want to add volume to your thin curly hair, paid the blonde highlights with deep roots. This option will not only safer for your curl pattern but also give hair the feel of depth and volume.
This short bob with curly bangs looks very relaxed and casual. The great shape of this hair is the result of elaborate layering and glazing, while bangs falling over the forehead make this look way hotter.
If your long and thin curly hair has been giving you hard times, consider shorter blonde curls to enhance natural texture. An A-line bob with blonde highlights works like magic: it gives your thin locks tons of volume and cool bounce.
Thin curly hair might be challenging to maintain, however, there’s, fortunately, no problem that a good curly shag couldn’t solve. A shag has the power to make your natural curls more defined even if you just air dry it. Magic!
If you have thin, fine locks, wearing your hair straight doesn’t seem a good idea. Instead, you can go for a perm combined with a shorter cut. Getting bouncy curls is a great way to add volume to your thin hair.
These before/after pics are absolute proof that thin curly hair calls for a shorter cut. Cutting curly hair short, or at least medium-length instantly injects more volume into thin tresses.
Although cutting your long locks into a shag might look like a risky business at first, the result proves the opposite. Shag is definitely one of the best haircuts for thin curly hair. Beyond providing your thin hair with lots more volume, it gives you an attractive youthful appearance.
We’ll never get tired of saying that shorter cuts are the best hairstyles for thin curly hair. Curly hair with any curl pattern, from loose waves to tight curls, will inevitably look more voluminous with a bob.
Fine curly hair feels best when cut short and layered. The effect produced by these two tricks can be greatly enhanced with the help of side parting. Remember the winning formula for the most flattering fine curly haircuts: shorter length + layers + side parting.
Loved by millions of women for flattering virtually any hair type, a short stacked curly bob is a great hairstyle for thin curly hair. Still, remember that you’ll need to devote some extra time and effort to style your bob.
Adding dimention to your hair color is a proven way for adding more volume to thin hair, so keep that in mind when rushing to the salon for your ‘new me’. Use this curly bob with wispy bangs and balayage in ashy tones as an example.
The best way to combat thinning curly hair is to let it go wild. Use the natural volume of large curls to fill in the gaps where your scalp may be showing through. Once your hair is dry, avoid touching it, so the ringlets stay neat and frizz-free.
Choosing the right hairstyles for different hair types is fairly crucial. To get a nice cut for fine natural hair, be sure to find a stylist who will accomodate for shrinkage and stock on products for thin coily hair that won’t weigh hair down.
Getting a shorter cut and dimensional color is always a good choice for a woman with fine hair. With shorter lengths, curls are not stretched and appear tighter and more voluminous. And this is what you’ve been looking for, right?
If you boast defined natural curls but lack volume, consider getting a short layered cut. Layers will make your pretty ringlets thrive, giving your hair that gorgeous bounce and volume.
Ladies who don’t want to cut their thin curly hair short often choose a long bob. However, keep in mind that the longer the hair, the less the volume of your curls. To get better results, it’s worth falling into a habit of applying some volumizing product to your wet hair before blow drying it.
Thin curly hair is notorious for giving women tough times: it’s often dry, unmanageable, and lacks volume. A layered cut with plenty of layers comes to save the day! It is not always better to clutch at the length, so cut off these relaxed or split ends.
Apart from chopping off long locks, you might want to leverage highlights to add dimension to your thin curly hair. Make sure you go for a hue that will flatter your skin tone.
Add some highlights to your loose waves to make them look more dynamic. Don’t forget to apply your favorite volumizing product to make your locks stand out.
If you’ve spent most of your life wearing short haircuts for thin curly hair, maybe it’s time for a change. Let your curly locks cascade down to shoulders and use a classic bronde balayage to keep it natural and down-to-earth. Long ringlets sprout from the slightly off-center part and beautifully frame the cheekbones and chin.
Cut your thin wavy hair into a shaggy bob style and allow the long and loopy curls to add fullness to the overall silhouette. The honey bronde color is natural and pure and does a great job of covering up any stray gray strands that might be poking through.
A two-toned curly bob looks best when it’s parted on the side and angled so that the back is slightly shorter than the front. Let the white-tipped tendrils caress the neck and curve outwards into a wedge shape, which will also add to a rounder and fuller profile. Match your eyebrow color with the dark root color.
The hairstyles for thin curly hair above show that you have plenty of options for your texture. You may experiment with medium bobs and short crops, partings, color accents, bangs and sizes of curls. A stylist will help you choose a flattering cut. You’ll just have to buy the right product for pampering and enhancing your curls, e.g., a lotion-like styling cream, a root volumizer, an oil mist, or/and a good hairspray. The beauty of curls is in their shape, volume and bounce. Help them to shine and thrive!
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