Haircuts for Thin Hair That Will Keep Your Hair From Looking Flat

Got thin or super fine hair? Check out our roundup of the best haircuts for thin hair that will add oomph to your look!

Having super thin hair can sometimes be a pain because of how flat and dull it can look. The good news is, you can immediately remedy that by simply getting the right haircut that would suit your thin hair, hair length, and of course, your face structure. Check out our roundup of the best haircuts for thin hair that you can try for your next makeover!

1. Blunt Wavy Lob

Haircuts for thin hair: Asian woman with blonde wavy lob with bangs wearing a purple suit
A blunt, wavy lob can make you look edgy. Credit: Magic Liwanag

The wavy lob has become an obsession for women in the past year, making it one of the popular haircuts in the last couple of years. Not only does this hairstyle provide a certain level of edge and flair, but it’s also perfect in adding volume and texture yo your thin hair.

2. Long Hair with Deep Side Part

Asian woman with long haircut for thin hair parted on the side wearing a white top and printed pants
Even something as simple as parting your hair on the side can jazz up flat, limp hair. Credit: Michelle Pedron

Even as simple as changing the parting of your hair can make all the difference in giving your hair more body. Try going for a deep side part and let the side with more fall naturally. Don’t use any products to flatten it. Then, scrunch your hair to give it more fluff.

Editor’s Tip: Give your hair an instant boost of volume and texture with TRESemmé Instant Refresh Dry Shampoo. It doesn’t just refresh your locks, but it can also prevent your hair from falling flat.

3. Pixie Cut

Asian woman with a pixie haircut for thin hair
A messy, textured pixie cut keeps thin hair from being boring. Credit: Hariono Halim

The best type of hair to pull off a pixie cut is thin or fine hair. If you’re looking for something that’s effortlessly chic and extremely low maintenance, then a pixie cut would be the perfect haircut to try.

4. Angled Bob

Asian woman with a bob haircut for thin hair wearing a green top outdoors
Another way to add shape to seemingly lifeless hair is by going for an angled bob cut. Credit: indigitalimages.com

Looking for a haircut for thin hair that’s a bit edgy? An angled bob ought to do the trick with its elongated sides. To add more volume to this haircut, you can also blow-dry the back part a bit to give it more lift and body.

Editor’s Tip: Keep the frizz away and add more polish to your hair using Cream Silk Standout Straight Leave-On Cream. Apply a drop of this cream especially on the longer sides to add more definition to your angled bob.

5. Full Bangs

Happy Asian woman with straight hair and bangs wearing an off-shoulder dress
Add more body to thin hair by going for full, blunt bangs Credit: Hariono Halim

Another trick in adding more vivacity to your fine hair is by getting full bangs. Regardless of how fine or thin your hair is, having thicker bangs that fall across your forehead can create the illusion of having fuller-looking hair.

6. Shoulder-length Blunt Cut

Wpman with black hair wearing long sleeves and a black leather skirt outdoors
Keep it short (or shoulder-length) and simple. Credit: indigitalimages.com

Short and medium-length blunt haircuts can naturally make your hair look fuller by giving your mane a more defined shape. But do make sure to keep it at shoulder-length at most because having longer hair can possibly weigh down your tresses and make them look flat.

Editor’s tip: Don’t let frizz and flyaways ruin your blunt, shoulder-length cut. Use Dove Straight & Silky Shampoo and Dove Straight & Silky Conditioner to keep hair smooth and soft. 

7. Long Shag

Woman with a long shag haircut wearing a red dress walking on the runway
Having uneven layers can add more body to your thin hair. Credit: indigitalimages.com

Add a bit of rock ‘n roll to your look with the long shag. A shag basically gives you uneven layers that are properly styled. Having these uneven layers can add more volume and texture to longer hair instead of having a simple blunt cut.

8. Long Layered Hair

Filipina woman with long brown layered hair wearing a white blouse and smiling
Go for soft layers to give your thin hair some bounce. Credit: Michelle Pedron

Not into edgy layers? Go for something more feminine with soft layering. When styling, we recommend going for a blowout hairstyle or adding some soft waves, which could give your hair more volume but in a more natural way.

So which haircut for thin hair would it be? These haircuts add more texture, volume, and flair to your thin hair, so you won’t have to worry about having limp and flat tresses. But of course, apart from having the right haircut, also do make sure that you’re properly looking out for your hair with the right hair care products and habits!

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