Sporting loose waves and a deep side part will give your mane that much-needed dimension + boost.
Slicked Back Pixie
While pixie cuts already make thin hair appear thicker, this pompadour-esque 'do will take it to another level. To get the same effect, you're going to need a hair dryer and a lot of mousse to build up the volume.
If you thought this look can't work for thin hair, you're wrong! Blow-drying your strands inward will make your mane appear fuller and shinier.
When it comes to bangs for thin strands, go for a long, wispy style (instead of thick and heavy) to softly frame your face. Plus, it won't take too much hair away from the top of your head.
This style is perfect for girls with thin hair because the waves will add texture and width. Bonus trick: Part your hair on the opposite side of what you're used to and slightly tease the roots to pump up the volume.
If you're conscious of wearing a regular ponytail because of your thin hair, try this one instead! By backcombing the roots of your locks, you add an illusion of thickness to the whole look.
Yes, even if you have thin strands, you can still sport this Gigi-approved hairstyle! Opt for a one-inch curling iron when styling your tresses to make the curls tighter.
This '70s-inspired 'do uses movement and perfectly coiffed waves to make it appear like you have voluminous locks.
This is the easiest trick for long-haired gals: Just gather your locks to one side and create a deep side part. You can use adorable clips or pins to prettify it, too!
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.