Short Hairstyles For Fine Hair 2016


Short Hairstyles for Fine Hair 2016

It’s finally spring time. Most school goers are glad they have spring break, even if it is just 10 days. If you’re going to any dance, the priority number Uno is to represent. You can tell a lot about someone from their look. Clothing portrays mood, shoes tell if it’s time to chill, time to work or time to play. Above all however is the hair. The difference between someone with a good haircut/hairstyle and someone with a so-so. Is the difference between the best athlete on the court and the second best athlete on the court. Seriously who pays attention to number two?

hair styles for fine hair

These hairstyles are not in order, one is not better than the other, read all of it to decide which hairstyle is a best fit for your hair. The following hairstyles were chosen with thin fine hair haircuts in mind.
Here are the top 3 hairstyles for fine hair OF ALL TIME

The Side Sweep.


Part your hair with a deep part, part the opposite of where your hair naturally flows. So if it flows kind of to the right, part left. Take the majority of bangs and pull it sideways away from your it flows side/down on your face. The bangs are curled. So grab a hair curler if you hair isn’t naturally wavy. The hairstyle is especially attractive if you have shorter hair. It gives off a brave looking vibe.

Pros: This hairstyle is a go to hairstyle. Can easily be achieved in under 10 minute. 5 minutes if you know your stuff. This hairstyle can also give the illusion you had your hair done professionally. With the right products, add shine and wham! People will be secretly jealous of your new awesome hairstyle.

People who have slim faces, and round features. This hairstyle is super! If you have more defined or a squared face, fear not. I have seen this hairstyle on defined faces, it brings extra attention to your jaw. Depends if you want to attract attention there or not.

Cons: If you don’t have natural wavy or curly hair, and instead have coarse and straight hair. Then to achieve this you would have to need a curler. You can also use a cheaper method with a paddle brush or a round brush. Make sure to twist your wrist to get the brush to curve. This way your hair can get a curly Pattern.

The Sleek helmet


The haircut for fine straight hair. This hair was MADE for short and fine hair. First have a deep side part, all of you hair should be falling on the sides. No bangs. I call this style the helmet because when you wear a hat or a cap, your hair is patted down. Kind of like when you go swimming and you get out of the pool, all your hair is flat against your head. This hairstyle revolves around that. There are no imperfection in this hairstyle.

To get this hairstyle, untangle hair, and part on the side. Blow dry hair preferable after showering. Cold air is better than hot air. Use a flat iron smooth out your hair. Give it a sleek finish with a hairspray if you prefer. Important note. Do NOT dry out your hair doing this hairstyle, you can still blow-dry. Unless you have silky hair. Make sure you use some product or shampoo that keeps your hair moist and does not dry it out. This look kind of resembles the Bob hairstyle for fine hair

Pros: This hairstyle can easily be maintained if you have silky hair. Or by using some cream to keep it heavy. This hair looks very nice with shoulder length hair.

Cons: If you don’t have naturally curly hair. Then your hair when it is dry, will puff and fizzle. This takes away from the astounding smooth design. To combat this you need some product that works for you to keep your hair healthy and moist. The most optimal choice is to use a shampoo that adds moisture to your hair.

Curly Edges


Before we incorporated a bit of curly in the first hairstyle. However now we’re going to fully embrace that gift. Wavy hair is the most natural hairstyle. If you have any hair other than silky. This hairstyle can work just right for you.

If you have very curly hair, then straighten a bit by brush so it can appear moderately curly. If your hair is not curly then curl it using a brush. The great thing about this hair is that you probably have a wilder type of this hairstyle every day when you wake up. Just straighten a bit so it doesn’t look too messy. Also leave it curly. Keep hair parted and flow hair down one side.

Pros: This hair can take anywhere from 2-15 minutes depending on how ready you want to look. A hint of caution, when you over-do your hair, it ends up looking worse. So don’t spend insane amounts of time on it. This hairstyle really looks nice with highlights.

Cons: There isn’t much to say that’s wrong with this hairstyle. It works with short hair. Works with long hair too. It’s fast and affordable. No need for expensive products. The only think I can think of is that this hairstyle won’t work with hair that is ear length. So very short hair isn’t compatible with this hairstyle.

Best Hairstyles for short fine hair:

In conclusion, our hair is what represents us. We change our clothes, our cars, even our houses. So why not change up your hair? You can be certain if you follow the right hairstyle for you, girls and boys will notice indefinitely. All these short hairstyles for fine hair are quick and easy. They work with mostly all face shapes. These hairstyles are the best go-to hairstyle for prom, casual day at school, or even for a special day such as picture day. Go ahead and try one of these latest haircuts you’ll love it! And if you liked our advises, don’t forget to share on social media!


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