Hairstyles for thin hair and fine hair: Copying celebrity styles

August 15, 2011 at 9:03 am in Fashion & Beauty by VN Editors

Celebrities are always changing their look, and that makes them a wonderful source of hairstyles for thin hair and fine hair. Chemical dyes and hair products take a toll on hair, causing thinning and texture changes — and lots of celebrities have experienced this phenomenon. Celebrities create the style that others want to follow and, though you can’t always tell, they’ve worn some of the best hairstyles for thin hair.

Three celebrity-inspired hairstyles for thin hair

With the right styling products, strategic haircuts and hair ideas, you can make your hair look rich and luxurious — even when it’s much finer than it used to be. Even Hollywood’s most gorgeous women aren’t immune to age (though you’d think they are to look at their foreheads), and like you their hair changes over time. Learn how to create different hairstyles for thin hair that will make your locks look full and thick, despite the fact that your locks are starting to get a little sparse.

  • Lady Gaga hair. Also known as the 80s Pop style, Lady Gaga has famously worn a short-cropped bob dyed in icy colors. The short bob is flattering for natural grey and white hair, and easy to style when hair is lacking in volume. Short bobs can curled and fluffed to create a look of thickness. The ends of your hair should be cut unevenly to create a fringed effect that gives the traditional bob a modern look.
  • 50s Style. Christina Aguilera and Reese Witherspoon are only two of the stars who have popularized 50s style hairstyles. Vibrant red and copper hair colors are associated with this look. The 50s style is very sleek and curly, which makes thin, fine hair a perfect palette for the look. This hairstyle is very set and stiff with a bright, glossy, fizz-free sheen.
  • Punk. Anyone can look like a punk rocker with a short haircut. Cut chunky layers that give even thin hair depth and volume, and use mousse or gel to create a tousled, casual look. Bright blonde and vivid red are good colors to wear with this look. Pink and Halle Berry are both well-known for their short hairstyles, which can be as glamorous as they are chaotic. To create a sleeker look, simply brush hair down evenly and use a little product to give it a glossy sheen.

Some celebrity hairstyles are timeless and ageless — even they mimic the film icons from the 30s, 40s and 50s. You may be past 50, but you can still wear Lady Gaga’s hairstyles if you like. Don’t choose celebrity styles based on age or even Academy Awards; choose hairstyles for fine hair that offer the look you want with arrangements you know you can re-create. Look for stars that have hair with textures, lengths and colors similar to yours to find inspirations.

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