Want thicker-looking hair but don’t want to lose your length? Medium haircuts for thin hair are the perfect compromise! Medium haircuts work well for thin hair because they maintain some length while still making hair look thicker and fuller.
Medium-length haircuts are popular because they’re long enough to pull back into a ponytail, but they’re not so long that they require lots of time to style. Since long lengths weigh down thin or fine hair, shorter hairstyles typically are recommended for thinning hair to make it look its best.
Not sure how to choose a medium-length hairstyle? Keep reading for our favorite medium haircuts for thin hair.
Shoulder-Length Blunt Lob
A blunt cut can make your hair look thicker, particularly at the ends where breakage can make thin hair look even finer and thinner. Ask your hairstylist for a blunt lob that lands somewhere around between the shoulders and the collarbones. Just be clear that you don’t want any layers at all!
To make hair look even thicker, apply a small amount of Toppik Hair Fattener Advanced Thickening Serum to damp hair from roots to ends and then blow dry.
Growing out thin hair can make your locks look scraggly and thin. The angled lob creates the illusion of longer hair by keeping longer pieces near the face with shorter hair in the back. These longer layers also leave more hair around your face, which makes your hair look thicker overall. This cut is versatile and looks great styled straight, wavy or curly.
Have any areas of scalp show-through? A quick spritz or shake of Toppik Hair Building Fibers will instantly disguise areas of thinness.
Mid-Length with Long Layers
This medium-length haircut works well for thin hair because the long layers create plenty of movement. Ask your stylist for a cut that falls just below the collarbones with long, choppy layers. This haircut for thin hair looks best on wavy, curly, or textured hair.
To maximize volume and movement, be sure to wash your hair with Toppik Hair Building Shampoo and Conditioner before styling.
Medium Length with Side Bangs
Usually a full fringe takes too much volume away from thin hair, making the rest of your hair look even finer. But side bangs actually can make hair look thicker by drawing the eye towards your features and away from your hair. Ask your hairstylist for a blunt cut that falls around the collarbones with eye-level side bangs.
Since bangs are in constant contact with your face and more prone to greasiness, they need to be washed more than the rest of your hair. Between full hair washes, clean your bangs with a small amount of water and Toppik Hair Building Shampoo in the bathroom sink. Then blast with the blow dryer and use a round brush to dry.
The shag is a major hair trend for 2019, and we are loving this haircut for thin hair. The razored layers allow you to embrace your natural texture and add plenty of movement and volume to wavy and curly hair.
Just wash hair with Toppik Hair Building Shampoo and Conditioner, then apply a small amount of Toppik Hair Fattener from roots to tips. Allow hair to air dry – that’s it! This is a true wash-and-go hairstyle.
If you’re looking for a little extra density, tap or spray a small amount of Toppik Fibers to hide any areas of scalp show-through or minimize a wide part.
Are you considering chopping your hair into one of these medium haircuts for thin hair? Let us know in the comments!