Even on thin hair, finger curls are a glamorously retro way to arrange curly hair. Simply tousle it slightly to add texture.
Texturizing mousse adds texture to a classic bob. To avoid a triangular haircut, curls must be stacked for a bob.
Highlights add dimension to your curls, and techniques such as balayage render them so natural-looking.
With a long pixie, use styling pomade to gently brush your curls back with your fingertips for a tousled, swept-back appearance.
A gradual undercut will make your curls appear thicker on top. This haircut is daring and simple to manage.
More length requires more volume. The easiest technique to create volume without product or styling tools? A deep side portion.
With a really short crop, your curls will provide texture without seeming thin or fine. Short, curly cuts emphasise your hair type and save time on your hair regimen.
The current trend is blunt cuts, which are ideal for sparse hair because they can make it appear fuller.
Stacking layers and lengths adds volume to fine hair. Choose short, curly hair products and tools to make styling easy if you're cutting length.
Particularly with curly hair, layers lend depth to any length. Mid-length hairstyles also strike a balance between minimal maintenance and versatility.