Do you have fine hair? Regardless of your hair type, it can sometimes feel like your hair is difficult to work with. In general, we know that ladies with fine hair tend to desire to find hair styles that add a bit of volume to their hair. Working with fine hair doesn’t have to be difficult! We’ve discovered some great hairstyles that work for fine hair and, as always, we want to share them with you to give you some inspiration.
One of the best ways to create a hair style that adds just enough natural volume to your fine hair is by creating texturized waves. There’s something about adding some great texture to hair that’s always a win. Before you think this hair style is difficult to accomplish, we promise it really isn’t! Get yourself some dry shampoo and/or texturizing product to have on hand. Dry your hair as straight as possible using a round brush to get a little added boost of volume. After your hair is dry use a small flat iron or curling iron and go through your hair creating very loose waves/curls. The key here is to use the dry shampoo/texturizing product BEFORE adding the waves into your hair. These products help to add natural texture and volume to your hair really easily.
If you have fine hair, you’re a pretty lucky lady if you enjoy straight hair. Straight hair styles tend to hold much better on those with fine hair. Create a modernized version of the straight hair look by really emphasizing on the super, pin straight look with your flat iron. Much like any other hair style the key is really in the prep before actually straightening your hair with the flat iron. Get your hair as straight as possible with your hair dryer, and be sure to use straightening products in your hair to protect the hair and keep it straight. Straighten your hair in sections starting from the bottom and work your way up. This allows you to have more control over your hair and really get it straight.
Half Up ‘Do
Those days when you don’t want to wear all of your hair down, the half up ‘do is perfect for ladies with fine hair. You’re able to really work with your hair type easily with a half up hair style. It works great with texturized waves and straight hair, once you create the texture you want in your hair begin teasing the crown of your head a bit to add some volume. After you’ve added some natural volume just pull your hair back into a half up style. Leave a few pieces down to frame your face, if you like! Or if you want to have a little extra fun add a small braid into the pieces of hair you’re pulling back to add some of the braided look to your hair. The braid will stay really well since you’re securing the rest of your hair along with it.