3 Hairstyles that Make Your Hair Seem Fuller
Having thin hair is a big challenge. You always have to style it to give it volume and make it seem bigger, and there are some hairstyles that you can’t even dare to think of as they highlight your lack of hair. However, you don’t need to despair as there are plenty of hairstyles that can make your hair look even twice as full as it actually is. We have gathered for you the best 3 hairstyles for a visually fuller hair.
1. Faux ponytail
The ponytail is one of those hairstyles that can highlight your thin hair. However, there is an excellent trick for this and it is called the faux ponytail, or the double ponytail. It is very easy to achieve, and despite its name, you don’t need faux hair or extensions to achieve it. All you have to do is split your hair in two. Gather the hair from the crown of your head in a top bun, and tie the lower part of your hair in a low ponytail. Next, take the top hair, tease it a little and fix it in another ponytail, above the lower one. Arrange the top ponytail so that it covers the lower one, making it seem as if you have a single, very full ponytail. This trick will also make your hair seem longer.
2. Yarn braids
If you like braided hairstyles, you are going to love this one. Basically, yarn braids consist in reinventing the micro braids. All you have to do is style your hair in classic micro braids, while mixing in some yarn with your natural hair. You can choose a yarn in the same hair color as your hair. It won’t look 100% natural, but it will look very stylish. You can also try twisted micro braids and also experiment with crazier yarn colors.
3. The fishtail
If you avoid French braids because they need to be very tight and they highlight your thin hair, you can try different variations of the fishtail. The advantage of this type of braid is that you can loosen it up as much as you want to make the hair seem fuller. You can go for a back fish braid, a side one or even integrate the braid in different half up hairstyles. For an exaggerated effect, you can tease the hair before braiding it, and you could even use a hairstyling product that is designed to give you some extra volume.