Short hair is a great option for those with fine hair, but it can also be a challenge. The good news is that there are plenty of modern short hairstyles for fine hair that look amazing and don’t weigh you down. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:
If your hair is fine, you may find that braids are the simplest way to achieve a cute look. You can even use multiple braids to create a detailed braid pattern on your head. This simple style can be achieved by starting with a low ponytail and then twisting it into place before tucking the end under the rest of the ponytail. Secure with a clear elastic band and finish with hairspray for perfect hold!
Playful Pixie with Side Bangs
To style this haircut at home, you’ll need:
- A good dry shampoo. We recommend Clean Freak by Oscar Blandi.
- A paddle brush and round brush (or a hair straightener). You can find these two tools in any drugstore!
- Hair clips. These are also easy to find; they’re a staple of every girl’s beauty bag.
By following these steps, you’ll be able to get the look at home.
The sleek bob is a short haircut that’s straight, sleek and blunt cut. It’s cut in a blunt line to make it look more modern, and it’s layered with the shortest layers being just above the chin. The hair is usually styled with a side part or center part.
Textured Boyish Cut
The textured boyish cut is a great look for fine hair, as it keeps your hair short on the sides without making it look too severe. The longer length in front of the ears gives you the option to style your hair up or down. This style can be achieved with a straight razor or shears and will require some maintenance to keep it looking great.
To create this style, use a comb and scissors to trim all around your head except for along your part line (the center of your scalp). Then take small sections of hair from each side of your head and remove them with an electric razor or clippers until they are even with your earlobes. You may need to go over them several times before they are completely removed because most people have more than one layer of fine hairs growing out at different angles just above their ears. Finally use a set brush or backcomb brush to add volume throughout every inch of remaining short hair on top so that everything is smooth and flat against scalp like an army recruit’s buzz cut but longer towards front/back crown area where he would have had longer bangs if he were female instead!
Layered Pixie Cut
- The layered pixie cut is a great option for fine hair because it will give you more volume and texture, while still keeping your style short.
- For this look, your stylist will use a razor to create layers in different directions throughout the hair. This creates lots of movement and makes your fine strands appear thicker and fuller.
Voluminous Short Blunt Bob
If you have fine hair, one of the best ways to give it volume is to use a blunt bob haircut. It’s an easy style that looks great on most face shapes and works well with long hair as well. Here’s how to get this modern short hairstyle:
- Ask your stylist for a short bob with bangs and texture through the ends of your hair. You can also choose a few layers at the bottom if you prefer.
- To get volume, apply mousse or volumizing spray throughout your strands before blow drying them straight down with a round brush (this will make sure they’re smooth). If possible, keep some pieces loose around your face instead of tucking them behind your ears; this will help catch more air so they dry faster while still giving some structure to the shape overall!
Longer Choppy Pixie Cut
If you have fine hair and are looking for a pixie cut that will show it off, this is the style for you. It’s similar to a traditional pixie cut but has more length on top and around the sides. You can wear this style straight or curly, with bangs or without blonde hairstyles.
You can also try different parts depending on your face shape: center part, side part, etc.
Thick Wavy Bob
The thick wavy bob is a cool and edgy haircut that works well with fine hair. It can be styled into many different looks, from beachy waves to sleek straight styles. To get this look, you’ll need to start with a layered cut that consists of longer pieces near your face and shorter ones in the back.
Once you’ve got the right cut, styling your thick wavy bob will probably be pretty simple. You’ll want to use a large barrel iron or wand-style curling iron on medium heat and curl the underneath layer of hair away from your face. Then take sections from the top layer of hair and twist them up toward your crown area before pinning them with bobby pins so they stay in place while drying (this process should take about 15 minutes). After they’re dry, remove all of the bobby pins so that they hang loose instead of falling around your shoulders like normal bangs would do!
If you like to wear your hair short, you can go for a shorter length and still have the right style.
If you like to wear your hair short, you can go for a shorter length and still have the right style. A short haircut is fun, versatile and easy to care for. It’s also easy to style with flat-irons or blow dryers that don’t require much heat; all that’s needed is some product and shine!
Short hair has become popular again because it looks great on everyone—from celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon who are known for wearing their locks long (or short), down to everyday women who want something different than what they see in the mirror every day!
We hope that our collection of modern short hairstyles for fine hair has inspired you to try something new. Short hair can be a challenge because it doesn’t have as much volume naturally, but many of these styles are designed specifically with fine hair in mind (for example, the choppy pixie cut). If you want more inspiration on how to style your fine locks and avoid common mistakes when cutting them short then check out our other posts on hairstyles for thin hair!