Thinning consists of reducing mass without removing length. The objective is to make your hair lighter, more flexible and to make curls and other styles possible. Basically, a thinned haircut means you can have any style (almost) you want! Thinned shoulder length with a wavy effect.
This is the current trend, and it is not getting old. Its natural unstructured look brings a bohemian look to your style. To create gentle waves, use a round brush. Start by applying a mousse
and twist your hair around the brush, with your head down. Heat it up and let the hair cool down before removing the brush. Thinned shoulder length, straight.
Straighteners will allow you to have a decidedly smooth result. To protect your hair from the heat, apply a thermo-protector straightening spray
before straightening. If you have thin hair, consider using a spray (link to Urban Style Design Spray) to bring some volume to your hair. Then all you need to do is straighten! Thinned shoulder length with a rock’n’roll quiff.
Backcomb the hair on top of your head before putting large rollers underneath, to create the shape. Dry with a hair dryer and wait until the hair has cooled down before gently removing the rollers. Flatten the rest of your hair on the sides, with the aid of a gel or spray.