Does your hairstyle fall flat a few minutes after stepping out? Do your ends look dry and damaged? Is your hair shedding constantly? Well, these are just a few common problems that girls with thin hair deal with on a daily basis.
But, do you know what’s worse? Not being able to flaunt voluminous mane. Your hairstyle can start to look boring and there’s probably nothing much you can do to change the texture of your hair.
Wait… what if we tell you that you can fake volume with the help of a few chic hair accessories? Yes, it’s true! Here are 5 accessories that can add volume to your thin locks.
#01: Hair donut
Thin-haired girls would know the struggle of making their buns and top-knots noticeable. Let’s admit it! Chignons and low buns fall flat as soon as you create them due to less volume.
That’s when a hair donut can come to the rescue. It’ll make your bun look big and help you fake a voluminous mane.
Considering that hair accessories are creating a storm in the beauty world currently, it is only right to make the most of this trend.
A headband can be your saviour on days when your thin hair looks flat AF post a hair-wash. Simply reach for a cute headband, place it towards the back of your head and push it forward to create a bouffant. This will give your hairdo instant height, making your hair look thicker than they actually are.
If you have naturally thin hair, then styling it with a straightener can make your hair will look finer and flatter.
So, instead of depending on heat-styling tools for volume, it’s best you get hair extensions. Hair extensions will make your hair look naturally voluminous and will easily last for about six to eight weeks.
#04: Clip-in fringe
Let’s admit it! Fringes or bangs look chic, add volume and can immediately make you stand out. However, only a few hair textures can afford to get a fringe, and thin hair is definitely not one of them.
So, we suggest you opt for a clip-in fringe. Securing a faux fringe is super easy, all you need to do is fasten it with a few clips and voila!
#05: Claw clip
Ponytails can look really flat on thin hair. If you want to amp up your ponytail and make it look glamorous with oodles of volume, then a claw clip can help.
All you need to do is pull all your hair together into a high ponytail, section the ponytail into a top and bottom half and slip a small claw clip into the middle of the base. This will instantly add a bump to your ponytail.
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