What Are the Best Cuts for Stick-Straight Hair?
The grass is always greener on the other side—and that old adage is never truer than when it comes to hair texture. Wavy-haired girls envy the tresses of straight-haired women, and straight-haired ladies would kill for some of that curl pattern. The key is finding the perfect cut for your texture. You’d be surprised how the right snip can take you from dull, lifeless hair to off-duty-model tresses. Keep scrolling to see my tips!
If your hair is fine and straight, the greatest thing you can do is rock a blunt haircut. Excessive layers will only cause fine hair to look thinner, so resist the urge to get "choppy layers for movement." By keeping all the weight at the bottom, your locks will appear thicker and fuller in an instant.
A sleek and sophisticated bob works amazingly well on fine, straight hair. I love giving my fine-haired clients a bit of an A-line cut where the hair is snipped shorter in the back and has longer pieces in the front. By keeping some length around your face, you give yourself more options when it comes to updos and other styles.
We've been seeing a lot of stars rocking gorgeous pixies lately, and this is an amazing option for women with fine, straight hair.
This isn't a haircut tip, but having darker roots gives more dimension at your crown and actually gives the illusion of fullness