The fine hair is not a curse. Hair of this type is very attractive if properly treated ….
Which haircuts go with fine hair?
Cutting thin hair should be done in straight cuts, without wear of the ends, in order to maintain the density of the hair. The haircuts structured with many layers are perfect. In addition to the volume, they also make your hair much more elegant. A good haircut on short hair is a hairstyle, a Pixie or a cute side in round shapes are ideal for fine hair. Any bangs will work with these cuts.
How to dry thin hair?
The style should begin with drying the hair roots using a blow dryer. Determine the direction of the air flow, dry your hair and finish the ends with a brush, curling iron or flat iron. There is a range of design products available for fine hair. Most of them are very light. Styling products with a high degree of fixation will weigh on fine hair.
Looking for fine hair
Proper care for fine hair requires a shampoo, conditioner and special masks. Many brands today launch a series of products “for hair volume”. These products make thin hair thicker and more elastic, so it looks more voluminous and thick. Okay, now, let’s see how different and unique you can be with fine hair !
One of the main dilemmas for those with thin hair is to achieve a look with more volume and movement, especially on the day of a special occasion. In addition to finding the right products to make a neat finish and add volume to the hair, there is the challenge of styling fine hair that incorporates volume instead of loosening the strands. To help you get ready for the next wedding, graduation or event of any kind on your agenda, we have put together expert ideas and tricks to secure, style and model fine locks.
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Read more: the best cuts for fine hair to try!
LOW COKE IS A SIMPLE AND SOPHISTICATED HAIRSTYLE
Hairstyles below the height of the ears are good for those with thin hair because they stretch the strands down, which helps to disguise a possible flaw in the density of the scalp. The chignon style bun is very sophisticated and easy to make, in addition to disguising the small amount of hair, it is perfect for use in any type of event. Instead of doing a very stretched hairstyle, leave the strands slightly loose and attach the elastic at the nape of the neck in a low ponytail. Roll the end up to form a bun and secure with staples.
“If the hair is very thin and slippery, you can add a mist of the Air Fix fixative spray, by L’Oréal Professionnel, which is very good and malleable”, says beauty artist Fernando Torquatto, ambassador L’Oréal Professionnel.