Our Favorite Hairstyles for Thin Curly Hair
Pixie with Finger Curls
Finger curls are a glamorously retro way to style curly hair, even if it’s thin. Simply tousle it a bit to add some depth.
With a classic bob, use a texturizing mousse to add more texture throughout your cut.
Shoulder-Length Cut with Highlights
Highlights add dimension throughout your curls, and techniques like balayage make them look so natural.
With a long pixie, simply use styling pomade to lightly brush your curls back with your fingertips for a swept-back, tousled look.
Regardless your hair length, bangs are an easy way to add body to any look. Don’t believe that you can pull it off? Here’s all the proof you need that curly girls can rock bangs.
A gradual undercut will make your curls appear thicker on top. This cut is edgy and easy to style.
Deep Side Part
With a little more length, you’ll need more volume. The easiest way to add volume without an ounce of product or a single styling tool? A deep side part.
With a super short crop, your curls will add depth and texture to your look without ever seeming thin or fine.
Blunt cuts are trending, which is great for thinner hair, because they can actually make your hair appear fuller.
A stacked look uses layers and lengths to create more volume, which is ideal for fine hair.
Layers add depth to any length, especially with curls.
The new shag is everywhere right now, and these easy, flowy bangs will amp up even the finest hair.