23 Volume-Boosting Hairstyles for Fine Hair




Asymmetrical Bob

Asymmetrical Bob

If you have love bob haircuts 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. Part it to one side to give the illusion of added volume.

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Wrapped Ponytail

Wrapped Ponytail

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

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Asymmetrical Bob

If you have love bob haircuts 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. Part it to one side to give the illusion of added volume.

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Wrapped Ponytail

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

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Shiny Headband

Adding a thin headband 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 short hair and are sick of having it look 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 With Waves

Parting your hair in a non-straight line makes the top layers stick up a little more, giving the illusion of thicker hair.

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Doughnut Topknot

Tired of having itsy bitsy updos? Fake a fuller bun by using a hair sock in your topknot.

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Floral Headband

Want a spring style that’s as fun as it is functional? Try pinning up your hair, then add a thin floral headband in a complementary color to your own hair. For example, blondes should wear yellow or pale pink buds, redheads can try deeper magenta or red flowers, and dark-haired ladies should pick deep reds and purples.

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Deep Side Part

Give yourself a deep side part, then smooth out your hair with a flat iron to achieve a polished, glossy look.

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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. 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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Wispy Side Ponytail

Instead of disguising your hair, this style is one that actually looks better with thinner locks. A wispy, skinny side ponytail with a few face-framing pieces on each side looks delicate and sweet.

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