Do you tease your thin hair up every morning but without any results? They are just as flat as a pancake even before you go out to work. Don't get frustrated. Here are 15 volumizing hairstyle ideas that will give your thin hair a little bit more volume and life.
This super pretty and refined asymmetrical french braid can create volume around your face. It can help lift your hair and give more volume to your look.
A half-bun adds height to your hairstyle while keeping some length. It can not only keep the volume effect of a pulled back haircut but also keep the illusion of loose hair.
Some hair accessories can also create a more voluminous look. This is the case for headbands, especially colorful or sparkly headbands. It will draw people's eyes from your hair and give an illusion of volume.
Make your long bangs start at the top of your head, and they will create an illusion of thicker hair.
Like the asymmetrical french braid, the crown braid also creates an effect of volume around the face. Adopt it to achieve a more bohemian look.
A high and messy ponytail is one of the best ways to fake volume. Quick to style, it's ideal for busy days and will save you hours in the bathroom to add dimension to your haircut.
For women who are stuck with a shorter hairdo, try to fake some volume like Australian model Ruby Rose does. Style your short haircut on the opposite side of where they are growing with some pomade.
Deep side part hairstyle is a possible and effective option to fake volume for both short and long hair that is thin. Keep in mind, don't use pomade because it will weigh down your hair, which will, in turn, cut through the volume effect you want to recreate.
Get your hair out of your face by styling them towards the exterior, then you achieve an illusion of volume. Use this method when your hair is thin, straight, or when you curl them.
If you have a short haircut, you can add volume to your thin hair by combing back your bangs towards the back. Use a small amount of pomade or hairspray, so they can stay thicker all day.
You don't need to revisit the 1960s to style a puff. Try this subtle puff by just pulling up your hair. It will create an elegant vibe to your hairstyle.
Get inspiration from fashion designer Alexa Chung's innate sense of style. Curl your hair with a little bit of styling product that was made particularly for curls, so they could stay wavy all day long.
Braid your hair before gently pulling on a few strands to make them less tight. This method will not only create a voluminous effect but also give you a nice and messy look.
In a bid to create an illusion of thicker hair, you can wrap your ponytail with an elastic and then with a strand of your hair. In the end, use a small pin, better in the same color of your hair, under your ponytail to keep everything in place.
Ultra-elegant, this old-fashioned hairstyle is perfect for a special night. Although it needs a little bit more time and effort to create, the result is all worth it.
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