A lot of women dream of having long, thick, and shiny hair. While studies suggest that 40% of women are blessed with thick hair, it can be annoying at times. It can take you forever to get ready in the morning. Considering the amount of hair care products you need, they don’t last as long as you want them to. You put in much effort to make it look good, but it’s constantly getting all over the place.
Looking for a hairstyle that would work well with thick hair? You came to the right place. In this blog post, we’ll give you 3 hairstyles for women with thick hair. Read on and we’ll tell you more about it.
Long, thick hair looks beautiful in all kinds of updos. Plus, it provides plenty of material for updos. Whether you’re attending a formal event or you just want to dress up your tresses for a casual occasion, you can opt for a casual updo.
Updos are perfect for summer as it gets your off of your face and it keeps it in place. You may opt for a casual braided bun, half up hairstyle, a fancy ponytail or whatever it is that floats your boat. Your styling possibilities are endless.
Layered with side-swept bangs
Women with fine, thin hair choose to wear bangs to add volume to their locks. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t wear bangs if you have thick hair. If you are considering cutting your bangs, long, side-swept bangs would be perfect for you. Get them layered or finely chopped to make them feel light and swoopy. Plus, layers can be used to thin out strands.
Part your hair on the side and push your bangs to the side. On days when you want to get your bangs off of your face, you can pin them back with bobby pins or wear a headband.
If you want an edgier look and you want to spice up your hairstyle, then this one is for you. Your’s may look normal from the outside, but the real surprise is hidden underneath. Keep in mind, though, that this hairstyle requires a lot of maintenance.
Before you opt for an undercut, consider if you are willing to commit to it. Our hair grows fast. If you want to maintain this look, then you’ll need to visit your stylist regularly.