When hair is styled well, it feels good and gives a good impression to those around you. However, many people with thinning hair may have trouble styling their hair as well as they would like.
In this article, we will introduce hairstyles that are easier to style for people with thinning hair and how to dry your hair to make it look more beautiful.
Hairstyles to cover thinning hair
The most recommended hairstyle is short, crisp hair.
The key to recommending this hairstyle is that short hair has a higher hair density, which allows the hair to create a well-defined unevenness and volume, even with thinning hair. In other words, it can make the head look more three-dimensional.
Although it depends on the bone structure of the head, the key is to cut in layers so that the collar is tightened, the weight is lifted in the middle section to create volume, and the top section is soft and fluffy.
A layered style is recommended for medium length hair.
Medium length hair has a good density at the ends, so by adding natural round layers that suit the shape of the head, a light style with movement can be created while leaving the right amount of thickness at the ends. This will also fluff up the top of the head.
Like medium-length hair, layered styles are also recommended for long hair.
The difference from medium-length hair is that the hair ends are not as dense as medium-length hair, so forcibly adding layers will make the hair ends look dull. The key is to determine where to add layers so that there is just the right amount of thickness at the ends.
Adding layers to the hair as a whole is the key to making thin, flat hair that is difficult to move look fluffy and dynamic.
On the other hand, if you want to make hair look heavy and moist, you should not add layers, but use a one-length cut with aligned ends or a gradient cut with a naturally rounded outline to show the weight of the hair.
Talk to your hairdresser about all these options when you order!
Styling tips for thinning hair
The key point that should never be missed, regardless of the length, is to “raise the roots”.
Thinning hair tends to be flat because it is thin at the same time. When using a hair dryer, it is important to raise the roots of the hair to create a fluffy base for the hairstyle. This also blurs the split ends.
The key to a balanced hairstyle is to bring up the hair, especially at the top, to create volume. Magic curlers are very effective in creating volume by taking advantage of the layers added by the cut.
After drying the hair, curl only two curlers into the top of the hair and cool the curlers firmly with cold air immediately after warming them with warm air.
If you have trouble with hairstyles due to thinning hair, refer to the above and consult with your hair stylist well to have your hair cut into a style that is easy to style.
Then, by practicing styling that matches the cut, you will look very nice and youthful, and you will enjoy wearing fashion more.