The thing with thick, heavy, thin stranned hair is that it's so heavy it weighs itself down a lot, if it's straight it's pin straight and won't take any other shape for more than 5 minutes.
What do you suggest?
- Cut it to a really short bob.11% (5)10% (2)10% (7)Vote
- Layer it (but make sure the hairdresser doesn't thin down your ends too much).35% (16)33% (7)34% (23)Vote
- Layer it and it'll be helpful if your ends are really thinned down.22% (10)14% (3)19% (13)Vote
- Cut it short!11% (5)0% (0)7% (5)Vote
- Something else... (Pls., comment below!)21% (10)43% (9)30% (19)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
I think that would be considered fine but full. Thick would be the opposite of fine hair, no? That's how I've always thought it...
Either layer it, or go full androgynous.1
Most Helpful Girl
I have fine and shoulder length hair too! But mine is also thin, light and wavy to curly. I like to have it cut in long layers but without using razor, a side part, long side bangs which I straighten, and the rest of my hair I leave natural. I saw my hair getting more curly and shiny once I stopped using hair products with silicone. Eventually they build up in the hair weighting them down and making them look dull. You need to use a harsh clarifing shampoo to get silicones off, which isn't good for hair if you use it too much. Also, my hair get split ends easily, and I have to avoid blow drying, use heat protection spray, not comb it harshly, not dye it.. I'm thinking about getting it longer, but I don't mind shoulder length either. I tried bob but disliked it. I've seen many of your posts about bobs, so I think it's time for you to try it out! Long comment, i know, hope it was helpful though.0