Everyone is always trying to find a hair style that can make their hair look thicker. If you have thinning hair, there are many things you can do to change its appearance. You can use some cutting techniques, styling methods, and the right products to make your hair look as thick as it was 15 years ago. Here are some hairstyles for thinning hair that will help you cover up your hair loss while looking great.
Adding curls to longer hair can make it look thicker. A little bit of layering and keeping a length just past your shoulders also helps. Begin with a curling iron with a one inch barrel. Curl a section underneath and give it a quick spray with your hairspray. Curl another and drop it on top of the others and give it another quick spray. Do this until you have all the hair you want curled. Another popular style to make hair look thicker is the bob.
If your hair is short, there are options for you as well. Shaggy hair can help hide signs of thinning. When you get your hair cut, ask the barber to leave the hair in the front a little longer than the rest and to try to cut your hair in layers. You can use gel tousled through your hair to give it an even fuller look. Rough texture gives more volume.
If your forehead is slowly getting bigger, you can focus on growing the rest of your hair longer to cover it up. This is a very simple technique that is hard to catch. This technique is great for someone with an early stage receding hair line.
If the hair you have left is not too short, you can slick your hair back to help hide the signs of thinning hair as well. this will also help to cover up any bald spots that may be on the top of your head. This method usually turns out better than the comb-over look.
Far Out Options
A mohawk could be used to help avoid people noticing your bald areas. This can be pulled off by some but if you work in an office, it may be hard to get away with. Even a short mohawk can help divert attention away from your bald areas to your bold new look.
Short spikey hair can help as well. Just use a little bit of hair glue, gel, mousse, or hairspray to get different looks. Longer spikes work just as well to cover up baldness but can quickly become too long to handle.
A short crew cut is a great option that keeps attention drawn away from the thinning areas. The style itself helps to make your hair look thicker and you can blend your way into the bald spots.
One of the best options for men with thinning or balding hair is to have a buzz cut. It makes your thinning hair look much less obvious, it is low maintenance, as well as polished and sophisticated.
Buzzing it down does wonders in hiding thinning hair but shaving it clean covers up any bald spot you could possibly have. It can increase a mans confidence in their professional life and the bedroom.
Hopefully you will find that one of these styles or cuts works for you and you can cover up what time has done to your full hair. Try out a couple of these different options and see what works best for you.