Whatever your style freshen up your look with a new season hairstyle! From long layers to loose braids be inspired by these gorgeous celebrity cuts for fine and thick hair! We love them all…
If you’re in need of a summer style refresh take note from these must-have celeb hairstyles. From cool and casual waves to fab full fringes, update your look and try one of these tricks to injecting body into thin hair or rocking va-va volume if you’ve already got it.
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Tamsin Greig, 48
A styling gel or paste will help you add some piecey definition to shorter styles, cutting through some of the bulk. Perfect if you have thick hair.
Felicity Jones, 31
For a classic look that shows off your marvelous mane, make like Felicity and wear your hair poker straight with a sweeping fringe.
Kate Garraway, 48
Fuller hair can look and feel weighty, so break it up with layers like Kate Garraway, 48. ‘Long ones like Kate’s help to remove some thickness,’ says celeb hairdresser Charles Worthington. They’ll kill any danger of triangular-shaped hair too.
Helen Mirren, 69
If you’ve noticed your hair getting finer with age, use a thickening tonic on damp hair before blast-drying it upside down with your hairdryer. Voila! Instant volume.
Myleene Klass, 36
Summer is the perfect time to experiment with a shorter length! Copy Myleene and ask your hairdresser to cut a blunt lob.
Emma Bunton, 39
If you part your hair in the middle use some dry shampoo to add a little lift to your roots so that your hair doesn’t fall flat against your head.
Sunetra Sarker, 41
If you’ve got a glam evening planned, go for old Hollywood waves like Sunetra. Curls help make the most of your natural volume – and they’re on-trend too.
Amanda Redman, 57
When creating curls don’t go OTT on products as they’ll only make your hair limp. Use a multi-purpose cream that offers heat protection and hold instead.
Claudia Winkleman, 43
It’s never flattering to have a poker straight fringe that sticks to your head so use a heated brush to keep the body in your bangs!
Anna Friel, 38
Soft waves are another way you can stop your hair from looking too chunky. Wrap random sections loosely around a curling wand.
Alex Jones, 38
A textured, side plait is another winning style for fine hair. Keep your braid loose and don’t worry if a few pieces fall out – they’ll make it look thicker.
Emma Willis, 39
Short, sleek styles really flatter fine hair. Opt for a side parting and use a pea-sized amount smoothing cream on damp hair – no more!
Rochelle Humes, 27
Rochelle’s subtle ombré stops her thick hair from looking bottom-heavy. Soft DIY balayage will give the illusion of layers and movement.
Sienna Miller, 33
Try a French plait up ‘do like Sienna. You’ve got the perfect hair texture for this look – and the braid will help to add a little bulk to your hair.
Liz Hurley, 49
Use wide rollers to create big-bodied curls like Liz for an ultra chic look. Only curl from your cheek level downwards.
Rosamund Pike, 36
Take note from Rosamund and try a shorter style. Fine hair tends to go wispy at the ends so, unless you have a glam squad on-hand 24/7 like Gwyneth, avoid super long locks. A jaw- or collarbone-grazing cut with lots of texture works well.
Keira Knightley, 31
A super simple trick when it comes to making your hair appear fuller is to leave your hair with a slightly fuzzy, flyaway finish.
Holly Willoughby, 34
Make the most of your luscious locks and pull them back into a Bardot-esque up ‘do. Use a texturising powder to achieve height at the crown.
Alesha Dixon, 36
Pull your hair back into a high ponytail, then twist it around on itself to create a rope-style topknot like Alesha – it looks gorgeous in summer.
Amanda Holden, 44
If you don’t have time to dye your hair every four weeks – rejoice! A little regrowth actually helps to stop your roots from looking flat, as Amanda proves.
Ruth Langsford, 56
Ask your hairdresser to chop into the bottom of a shorter style to stop it from looking too blunt and bulky. Take a picture of Ruth’s cut with you as an example.