Hairstyles That Make Fine Hair Look Fuller

Shannon Farrell
Hairstyles That Make Fine Hair Look Fuller
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Freida Pinto

Freida recently stepped out with this skinny braid. But the pieces that frame her face make her style seem fuller. 

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Victoria Beckham

When going short like Victoria, make sure the ends are choppy. With fine hair, the last thing you want are straggly ends. 

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Disguise fine hair with textured waves. Before using a curling iron, apply a volumizing or texturizing spray all over to boost strands. 

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Jessica Biel 

Jessica's long layers, as well as her side-swept bangs, make her hair appear fuller. Make sure to focus the layers in the front. Too many layers around the entire head can have the opposite effect and make the hair look too thin. 

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Kate Bosworth

Loose, brushed out waves like Kate's add subtle volume. 

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Jennifer Aniston

To make your hair look twice as thick, pull it all to one side and create a deep side part to add height on top as well. Now you've got 360-degree fullness. 

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Michelle Dockery

Add layers to your bob by requesting it shorter or longer in the back. The less blunt, the fuller it will look. 

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Kirsten Dunst

Every fine-haired girl's go-to: the blowout. Head to the nearest blowout bar or do it yourself with a dryer and round brush. Curls like Kirsten's are optional. 

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Cameron Diaz

When you have fine hair like Cameron's, a ponytail can get tricky. Make sure to add height on top with a light tease and add movement to the ponytail with either a curling iron or texturizing spray. 

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Kiera Knightley

The same goes for an updo. The last thing you want is sleek. Make hair look fuller by curling beforehand. 

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And in the back, create a simple bun at the nape of the neck and create a slight lift when pinning in place.

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