Best Hairstyles for Thin Curly Hair: 10+ Styles to Make a Statement

Aug. 4
We cover ten gorgeous styles for thin curly hair. Whether you want something chic and short or with a little more length, we have you covered.
If your hair is thin and curly, don’t despair—with the right tools, cut, and color, you can give your tresses extra oompf.
Check out the ten best hairstyles for thin curly hair. We share options for all budgets and preferences. 


A shadow root can give your locks the illusion of extra volume. You don’t have to go platinum white for this style to work—highlights can do the trick too. 


Curly or straight, pixie bobs are a great style to conceal thin hair. You won’t have to mess around with styling much either if your cut is simple.


You don’t have to be wary of length—long curly hair can be striking. Use volumizing products and try not to let your hair get greasy.


The right stylist can use balayage like an artist wields paint to give depth and volume. Strategically placed highlights can make a whole world of difference.


Unlike with straight hair, an angled bob shouldn’t be too much maintenance with curls. This flirty style will also draw attention to your neck and jawline.


A classic high bun—perhaps with an insert to add size—is a fabulous and simple way to show off fine curly hair to the best advantage. No hair dye or scissors necessary! Allow a few strands to stay loose to frame your face for a more casual look.


If you’re reluctant to commit to a shaved head (we don’t blame you!) use hair gel to fake it. Slick one side back, pin it, and voila—wild girl for a day.
#8. Bangs


Your curls are more likely to look bouncy and full if they’re shorter. However, if you’re not willing to cut your tresses off entirely, bangs can help to add texture. 


Are you willing to commit to a big change? Dying your locks a new color can make your curly fine hair stand out. Be wary of bleach damage that can thin your strands further—temporary dyes might be best. 


The fruity name might be a little silly, but this style is decidedly fresh. Pile your curls up on top of your head and let them bounce! 


A side part can switch up your look with zero long-term consequences. Seriously, changing your part can bring new life to your curls!


If you’re not a fan of growing your hair out but you’re intimidated by ultra-short cuts, this one might be for you. Use a volumizing spray for a boost.


Rocking half-pigtails is an excellent strategy to play up your curls. This look will give your hair more body versus separating all your hair into two pigtails.


Leave your hair to its own devices with a simple short bob. Ask your stylist to layer the hair framing your face for more texture.
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