I used to hear people define some hairstyles for fine hair and I wondered what it actually looked like. Is it considered thin and silky or something different but now I know what it is and am going to help some of you out there understand. Now, fine hair is often described as silky or baby soft. It has a beautiful, touchable texture. Fine hair is also typically usually confused with thin hair.
Fine hair could actually be sparse or abundant, but what makes hair fine is the diameter of the each hair strand. It is smaller than average hair and has a delicate texture which is prone to breakage with the tendency to fall flat. However with proper care, the right haircut, products and style, you’ll be able to make your gorgeous angelic mane look its best. Now let’s look at some of the hairstyles that will best suit fine hair.
Fine Hair Can Still Be Cute Ask Eva
In the image above the Desperate Housewives actress Eva Longoria looks awesome with the long and dark brown fine hair. Even with her hair worn straight in this picture, it still has a good amount of weight. The only layers she has are face framing layers, which do not remove volume from the hair internally. This hairstyle will pass for both official and formal occasions like office.
How to style:
• Wash hair with shampoo and conditioner best for your hair type
• Smooth dry hair with a flat iron.
• Tease the hair in the crown area with a teasing brush.
• Secure the tease with a firm hold hairspray.
• Lightly comb the surface to hide the teasing.
Easy to Be Fine – Easy Styles for Fine Hair
This is a modern chic hairstyle that looks awesome. The hair is a classic bob hairstyle that has been styled to one side providing it with this sophisticating look. Her hair is blonde with dark under roots and fine hair. The bang gives the hairstyle a trendier look. This hairstyle is for the ladies who love to have fun with their hair and love the compliments that come with it. Its great on most facial shapes like heart, oval, long, pear, and square. So no matter what face type you have this hairstyle should work just fine.
How to style:
• Work a quarter-sized amount of styling serum through towel dried hair.
• Part hair far over to one side. Use the outer corner of either eye as a guide for where to part.
• Blow dry hair with medium heat, using a large round brush to bend the hair and give it volume as you dry.
• Finish with a medium hold hairspray for control.
A Fine Time to Bang
Bangs always change the whole look making it new, now bangs will make fine hair look thicker than it actually is oh plus it will soften the facial features too. The hairstyle above is layered, long, black with a under color of blonde which makes it more trendy. This hairstyle is preferred by the younger ladies and teenagers who are not afraid of attention.
How to style:
• After washing towel dry, and apply Styling Lotion to your bangs and the whole hair.
• Blow dry bangs straight down using your hands and or a paddle brush. If you have any wave in your hair you will have to straighten them out with the dryer and brush.
• Use a flat iron if necessary to make them perfectly straight.
Oh What a Fine Mess You’ve Created
When it comes tho fine hair it does tend to look awesome with messy hairstyles. However messy hair does not mean you come out looking so untidy and awful because it does require some effort when styling. Messy hairstyles make fine hair appear well textured. The lady in the above image looks absolutely gorgeous with her messy short blonde hairstyle with dark roots that comes with a light bang. This hairstyle is so chic and modern for that it-girl who is not afraid to turn heads at any one point.
How to style:
• Work a nickel-sized amount of styling cream through towel dried hair.
• Part hair to one side using the outer corner of your eye as a guide.
• Use a medium or large paddle brush to smooth hair as you blow dry.
• Define ends with a bit of light hold styling pomade.
• Finish with a light hold hair spray for extra hold.