Fine hair can be quite lovely because it tends to be softer, and when straightened or has loose curls, can really move well. Unfortunately, if you are out in the open it can also mean struggling to control your hair. One good stiff breeze and everything comes undone. Short hairstyles for fine hair are popular for their simplicity and low maintenance. In order for someone with fine hair to pull together a short hairstyle properly and make sure it holds it is a good idea to make use of the right styling products. Here are some short hairstyles for fine hair :
- Pretty Pixie
This lovely soft look on short hairstyles for fine hair will help your hair appear thicker than it really is and is quite suited to those with wider faces. It is also very low maintenance and even when outside the only thing the wind will do if strong enough is make it look a bit tousled. Apply a thickening styling product to the hair when wet. Simply blow dry with the help of your fingers and add a light texture product when dry. You can use your fingers to style it the way you want and go.
- Edgy Pixie
Edgy pixie is one more very short hairstyles for fine hair that is great for those with oval faces. When cutting, have stylist create ‘A’ cuts for the hair that will fall from ear to ear over the front. You can keep the back layered with that at the nape a clean line. Just as with pretty pixie, use a styling product on wet hair before blow-drying with fingers. When dry add more styling product and use fingers to more clearly bring out the sharp cuts to the hair at the front and top of the head. You can emphasize this look further by adding highlights or spiking up the hair at varied angles.
- Bias Cut
This lovely look involves creating a fringe with no clear parting. Brush forward as much of the hair as is possible from the top and front, having brushed it to the side. You can go for a layered cut at the back of the head to help add volume and texture. After applying styling product on the wet hair, use a blow dryer and styling brush to bring forward hair for the side swept fringe ensuring you build up sufficient volume. Blow-dry the rest of the hair as well, and use a holding spray.
- Asymmetric fringe
Very much like the bias cut but with a more structured and modern feel. You will want to ensure sharper cuts to the hair that falls to the sides as you build the fringe without a visible side parting. When you have dried the hair, use a flat iron to straighten and smooth the hair further for a less volumizing but sleek result.
- Bob style
A simple bob involves trimming the hair to an even height all around the head, at chin or ear level. you can vary this with a layered look that add curve to the back of the head, while leaving longer hair that can fall beyond chin level on the front sides framing the face. You can also add more pop by leaving one side of the hair longer than the other.
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