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Stylish hairstyles for thin hair

Date: 07.11.2018, 08:11 / View: 85462

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Voluminous Ends

Avoid a lifeless half-up/half-down by stealing a page from Alexa Chung's ever-insouciant style book. To achieve her waves, spritz Ouai Wave Spray (, ) onto damp ends before you finish styling — the veil is optional. 

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Super Sculpted

Ruby Rose demonstrates a genius way to fake volume on her short hair. Use a heavy-duty sculpting pomade like the Sachajuan Hair Paste (, ) to keep strands from falling flat.

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Deep Side Part

Give yourself a  like Olivia Munn's — it's the easiest and fastest way to create dramatic oomph.

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Flipped-Out Sides

This subtle, modern version of the flip made famous by Farrah Fawcett — and worn here by Robin Wright — instantly adds width to hair that would otherwise lay limp.

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High Messy Ponytail

The height and messiness of Kate Beckinsale's ponytail is only part of what makes this style look voluminous. The pins holding the sides of her hair in place are also helping to prop up the front of her hair for more height.

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Asymmetrical French Braid

Plump up your a pulled-back look by French braiding one side, seen here on Lucy Hale. This makes it stick out a little further from your scalp without looking unrefined or messy.

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Pixie with Pushed Back Bangs

If your , add a little wax or pomade to the front and push it backwards so it sticks up a bit, just like Kristen Wiig did; this gives the impression that the rest of your hair is fuller.

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Loose Spiral Braid

Instead of a tight three-strand braid that shrink the look of already-fine hair, try deeply parting your hair loosely twisting two sections to the side, like Kirsten Dunst.

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Subtle Bouffant

This isn't the sky-high bump from the '60s. A little volume at the crown of the head gets the job done, and is proof.

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Not-So-Subtle Bouffant

For dressier occasions, feel free to go bigger with your bouffant. Lots of teasing at the crown helps create retro-inspired volume like Rebel Wilson's. 

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Shaggy Lob

The long bob keeps popping up on  because it can so easily volumize limp strands. Just ask your stylist for some textured layers to add a little boost for a look like Emma Stone's. 

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Half-Updo with Bangs

A sleek yet wavy hairstyle with a little teasing towards the crown, plus  (Zooey Deschanel's signature look), gives the appearance of fuller hair.

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Floral Headband

Try pinning up your hair, then add a floral headband in a complementary color to your own hair, like Elle King did, to create the illusion of volume in a uniquely pretty way. For example, blondes should wear yellow or pale pink buds, redheads can try deeper magenta or red flowers, and should pick deep reds and purples.

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Half-Up Bun

The half-up bun — or "hun" — allows you to add height to your hair while letting most of it flow freely. Hilary Duff has left a couple pretty face-framing strands out in front.

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Short "Hun"

Your shoulder-length chop can get in on the . The key is proportion: Pull the top quarter of your hair back in a small, not-too-high bun like Kate Mara's, and leave the rest flowing. 

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Wrapped Ponytail

Wrapping with a piece of your hair like Beyoncé has here props up the ponytail a little bit, giving it an extra boost of volume.

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Asymmetrical Bob

If you love but don't like how flat they can make your hair look, try an asymmetrical bob that's angled downwards from the back, drawing viewers' eyes downward rather than to your hair's volume. to give the illusion of added volume.

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Shiny Headband

Adding a thin headband like Lupita Nyong'o did breaks up your look and makes your hair appear thicker. Plus, it's a glamorous touch.

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Messy Pompadour

If you have and are sick of it looking flat, work a little volumizing mousse into it, then muss it up in the front to make it look overall thicker.

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Jagged Part

in a non-straight line like Julianne Hough did makes the top layers stick up a little more, giving the illusion of thicker hair.

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XL Topknot

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Loose Topknot

A smaller topknot can help create a fuller look, too, as Ellie Kemper proves. Leave the base looser so it naturally rounds out a bit more before securing the bun.

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Long, Blunt Bangs

Ask your stylist to start your bangs towards the crown of your head, allowing them to consist of more hair and thereby look thicker, like Jessica Biel's. If you have oily hair, make sure sure to keep them from getting greasy, whether it's by washing just your bangs daily or by utilizing dry shampoo — otherwise, you could wind up with a sticky, piece-y mess on your forehead.

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Angled Bob or Lob

An angled bob or lob like Selena Gomez's draws the eye forward, distracting people from any flatness — in fact, the smoother this haircut lays down, the more chic it looks.

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Crown Braid

Wrapping your braids around the front or top of your head, like Sophie Turner did, is a perfect way to show off your unique style while giving the appearance of thicker hair.

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Faux Bob

Rocking a like Claire Danes' makes thin, flat hair look thicker, fuller, and more voluminous.

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Vintage Undercurl

For a style that takes your whole look back to the 1920s, try a mostly flat, gelled-down hairdo that flares and curls right at the ends — perfect for women with .

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Flower Clip

Okay, so Salma Hayek definitely doesn't have thin hair, but that doesn't mean this style isn't a great option for women who do! Adding a flower clip or other hair accessory to one side — then pulling the rest of your hair to the other — can actually bulk up your look, making it appear as though your have more volume than before.

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Messy Updo

A typical updo can look too slick and flat with thin hair, but mussing up the front pieces and giving it a deliberately loose look, like how Jennifer Lawrence is wearing hers, makes it appear fuller.

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Wavy with Bangs

Got a  like Kerry Washington's? Wear your hair wavy and ask your stylist for thick, uneven bangs. Tease the roots at your crown for a little extra volume.

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