Celebrity hairstyles for voluminous hair
You may not be able to change the density of your hair overnight, but with the right hairstyle you can make people believe that you did.
Singer Adele loves makeup and hairstyles of the 50s, when there was much emphasis on volume. You can acquire such looks with a hairdryer and a brush. Use suitable products for more volume, too.
When Tina Fey appeared on the ceremony of this year's "Golden Globe", she impressed with her hairstyle. To recreate the voluminous style, curl your dry hair around pre-heated rollers and leave it for about 10 minutes. Then brush the curls to form the “S” shape. The result? Natural looking volume that impresses.
Nicole Scherzinger has always been known for her beautiful long hair, but with these tight curls her hair looks even more voluminous. To get a similar effect, curl all of your hair, strand by strand, around thin curling irons. Apply hair spray with medium strong fixation, to make sure that your curls last longer.
Hair can look voluminous even when tied in a ponytail, as long as you choose the right style. To acquire the hairstyle of Ariel Winter, spray your whole hair with styling spray. Gently tease the upper rare part, then flatten the hair and gather it with hairpins. Once you have enough height, secure the rest of the hair in a low side ponytail.
You can achieve more volume by slightly teasing your hair, too, as with Sharon Stone.
You can also curl your hair and collect the top, as Angelina Jolie did.
If you wish to get a new hairstyle, the looks of Anna Faris is appropriate for women with thin hair. While layers make fine curls look slightly disheveled, square type haircuts give the hair thick and tidy form.
Curls can also do wonders for short hair, when it comes to creating volume. To get the haircut of Morena Baccarini, wrap small sections of your hair around 1-inch curling irons.