There's no such thing as perfect hair. Those who don't have thick hair dream of voluminous waves, while those who have the thickness struggle to tame it. But, if you're one of the women with loads of hair, there are several easy solutions that will make you love your mane. The best hairstyles for thick hair highlight all of its great body without leaving the hair poufy and unmanagable.
Find the Right Cut The more blunt you go, the thicker the hair looks. Whether adding layers at the ends or going with a cut that has layers built in—the bob is a great choice—adding layers means hair won't look bell-shaped. One length you can never try is between the ears and chin; it tends to pouf out. However, going super short with a pixie can be the perfect length. the trick to taming thickness is to keep shape and subtle volume throughout.
Just like the cut, the bangs should never be blunt. Instead opt for piece-y bangs along the forehead or soft, side-swept fringe. Even with side-swept, you need to keep them thin (no wider than one inch) to avoid overpowering the face.
Style It Right Hairstyles for thick hair should embrace texture, not fight it. Control the body with a light mousse and scrunch softly to keep waves in place. For straight hair, keep it out of your face with half up styles or pull it all back with a simple ponytail or messy bun.
Keep It Healthy Most thick hair doesn't have to be shampooed daily because its added body holds moisture for days. However, to keep shine, shampoo every other day and add shine serum for softness. Conditioning can be done even less frequently. Focus soley on the tips to avoid brittle ends.
For more ideas, check out some gorgeous, recent styles spotted in Hollywood.