Long, thin hair tends to look scraggly and unhealthy. Without the volume or layers to pull it off, most thin hair hangs limp when it is grown out long. Adding layers and keeping it at a short healthy length will give your hair the oomph it needs.
While long hair will become tangled and static-y, cutting your thin hair short will allow products to be used in styling that keep the frizz and flyaway hairs down. Short hair is much less likely to tangle and tear out.
A round brush and blow drier will also be able to add the volume to thin hair in a short haircut that a longer-haired style cannot achieve. Thin hair will look full and healthy in a stylish pixie cut or bob. Layers should be cut bluntly and not overdone.
If you are hoping to find a routine that is easy and quick, but still very stylish, then a short hairstyle may be right for you. With the ability to blow dry into shape, quickly curl or straighten, and add hair products for hold and texture, your new cut will be ready to go in no time flat. Make sure your stylist shows you a few tips on styling your new cut and try to get into a routine. Once you’ve established a method to doing your hair, you will find it simple to keep up with. The right cut will do wonders for your hair.