If you have thin hair, chances are that you’ve tried everything under the sun to add volume to it, but, have you taken a minute to consider that maybe your haircut is responsible for your thin hair? What if the reason for your limp, scanty hair is your hair cut?

Here are 5 haircuts for thin hair that will accentuate the volume of your hair and breathe new life into your thin tresses.

Short bob
 

Short bob

A classic short bob cut adds volume to the back of your hair by creating an illusion of thicker hair. Adding soft bangs at the front will balance the cut further. While a bob is a classic haircut, that’s been around for ages, it’s also been an uber-trendy hairstyle so far in 2018.

Asymmetric bob
 

Asymmetric bob

When you take a simple bob cut and give it an asymmetrical spin, you draw attention towards the geometric balance of your hair as opposed to its thickness. This creates an illusion of a fuller head of hair.

Pixie
 

Pixie

A short crop will immediately take the focus away from the volume of your hair and oomph up your style quotient ten fold. Get your hair stylist to cut your tresses into very short layers to create an illusion of fullness.

Get bangs and layered locks
 

Get bangs and layered locks

Long locks are so versatile; they give you a choice to experiment with many hairstyle trends. But, if you have thin hair, long locks can make your hair look scanty.

To wear long locks, ask your stylist to give you many long layers and bangs. Long layers create an illusion of volume while the bangs will add another dimension to the look.

Blunt cut
 

Blunt cut

A shoulder-length blunt cut helps create a geometric look that adds volume to your hair. Plus, this length is perfect for styling your hair into those braids, ponytails and buns.