Haircuts for fine, straight hair are easy-maintenance and work best when they can add more body to the hair. If you don’t have extra time to prep up, you can wear your tresses down. You don’t always have to style them every day, and that’s the best part!
Layal Salame is a pro hairstylist from Cambridge, Ontario. Her #1 rule? Opt for a blunt haircut with minimal layering.
“The bulk around the cut’s perimeter makes the hair look thicker. Long layers give volume to the crown while keeping the bottom part full-bodied,” Salame explains.
You can choose between a short bob or a lob if wanting to keep some length. However, these cuts for straight fine hair aren’t ideal for women who like their hair tied away from their faces.
Bobs, at any length, are meant to be worn down, according to Salame. She adds, “Exposing the front hairline will make the locks look finer, which defeats the purpose of the cut.”
During the consultation with a stylist, get some styling tips and product recommendations. Understand the maintenance required for your chop. Salame states, “Home care will keep your haircut in the foundation until your next salon visit.”
Salame also shares cutting tips for her co-stylists. She goes on, “Don’t texturize the hair while it’s wet as you have less control and might create a hole. Use regular shears instead of thinning shears as they might take too much weight off.”
If seeking new hairstyles that can breathe life back into your locks, you’re in luck! We have inspiring photos of the trendiest haircuts for fine, straight hair.
#1: Straight Blonde Balayage
Elevate your fine hair with this straight, blonde balayage. Medium-length styles create more body, which makes them the best for fine hair. When it comes to layers, adding a few will give a boost to even the straightest fine hair. But don’t go crazy. Too many layers can have the opposite effect and make your fine hair look thinner. If your hair is stick-straight, ask your stylist to chip into the layers for better blending. Check out more blonde balayage on straight hair ideas.
#2: Chest-Length Straight Hair with a Middle Part
If your hair is straight and fine, chest-length hair with a middle part may be right for you. This haircut adds movement and texture to your sleek strands, creating a fuller and thicker hair illusion. Removing excess weight from the sides of your hair strategically will help create body. This technique makes your hair seem fuller. The haircut’s length is preserved to maintain your hair’s natural bounce. For styling, begin with damp hair. Apply a light, volumes-boosting mousse from root to tip. Finish with blow-drying. Use a round brush and lift your hair at the roots for extra lift.
#3: Chest-Length Straight Hairstyle
A straight hairstyle that is chest length is a classic look that compliments women of any age. If you want a sleek hairstyle, consider your face shape. Chest-length hair could complement people with round faces as it can make the face seem longer.
#4: Amazing Fine Hairstyle with Volume
If you have fine straight hair and crave more body, consider an amazing, volumizing hairstyle. You can enjoy this layered, textured haircut. This type of haircut is designed to create body and movement in your hair, giving it a fuller and more voluminous look. To style this look, I suggest you start with damp hair and apply a volumizing mousse or spray from roots to ends. Use a round brush while blow-drying to add volume at the roots and create a slight bend at the ends. For extra volume, flip your head upside down and blow dry.
#5: Straight Fine Hair with Wispy Ends
Try a sleek, platinum style with wispy ends if you want to embrace & enhance your straight, fine hair. Allow your stylist to suggest the blonde tone based on your skin tone.
#6: Thick-Looking Fine Straight Hair
If you have long hair that is fine and straight, you can have thick-looking, fine, straight hair. Creating thickness and movement to fine hair can be a challenge. A great solution for this is to add layers to your haircut. Have your stylist remove weight from your ends. Your hair will lift and bounce, leaving it looking fuller and more voluminous. Keeping the length is important, as cutting it too short can make fine hair appear even thinner.
#7: Fine and Straight Hairstyle for Medium-Length Hair
The fine and straight hairstyle for medium-length hair is a classic choice. It combines simplicity with elegance. Ask about a toner that compliments your skin tone and works well with your level of lift. If you are interested in going lighter, be sure to talk to your stylist about regular treatments. This can be easily maintained with regular color touch-ups and a toner refresh.
#8: Dark Brunette Long Bob with Side-Swept Bangs
If you are looking for a sleek, yet low-maintenance hairstyle, this hair makeover is for you! Consider a dark brunette, long bob with side-swept bangs for finer, straight hair. This precision haircut is perfect for showcasing the beauty of your hair texture. The side-swept bangs help soften the facial features and add visual interest. This is the best style and is easily customized to fit your preferences.
#9: Fashionable Platinum Straight Hair
For women seeking a bold and modern look, platinum straight fine with an off-center part is a great option. The platinum color is eye-catching and adds a bit of edge to the overall style. Platinum hair is helpful for women with straight, fine hair because it’s easy to maintain. To style, I recommend using a light heat protectant on clean, damp hair. It will help to avoid making the hair feel heavy and greasy.
#10: Shaggy Blonde Hairstyle
A shaggy blonde hairstyle with piece bangs is the perfect summer hairstyle. If you can, incorporate a piecey bang to enhance the shaggy texture. It’s important this hairstyle stays effortless. I recommend adding a few highlights or blonde to give a beautiful style. If you can’t commit to a full bang, try a curtain fringe instead.
#11: Long Blonde Hair with a Shallow Side Part
For blonde hair with a shallow side part, I suggest seeing a blonding specialist for the best results. Seeing a stylist who specializes in blondes can help alleviate any unwanted damage. You can also incorporate treatments like K18 at home and in the salon. This is a bond-building system. It’s formulated to maintain the health of your hair while going lighter.
#12: Center-Parted Long Blonde Thin Hair
Try this center-parted long haircut for long thin hair. Parting down the center helps balance out your hair density. I suggest moving your part gradually so you can adjust to the change.
#13: Off-Center Parted Bob Haircut
An off-centered parted bob is perfect for those with fine, straight hair looking to add volume and body. This style will make you look chic, modern, and cool while creating the illusion of thicker locks. Be sure to use a volumizing mousse before blow-drying your hair away from your face. And focus on lifting at the roots and working out any kinks. To finish the look, apply a light-hold hairspray. Try TIGI Bed Head Control Freak Serum for flexible movement throughout the day.
#14: Mid-Length Very Fine Hair with a Middle Part
Mid-length, very fine hair with a middle part can create volume and body. You might want to try layers at the same time to add fullness without sacrificing movement. Both can give your hair loads of texture. Ask your stylist for choppy ends. They will help reduce the weight on the ends while adding life and shape. To maintain the look between salon visits, use volumizing products that contain protein. They’ll provide long-lasting lift.
#15: Dirty Blonde Pixie with an Undercut
Adding an undercut is a great option if you’re looking to take a bolder step with your pixie. The length difference adds a sharpness that a regular pixie doesn’t have. You can create extra texture on the top by having your hairstylist add short layers. Style with a sea salt spray. Finish this eye-catching cut with a paste or wax for a piece-y, dimensional look.
#16: Middle-Parted Sleek Dark Brown Bob
If you are looking for a chic and polished style, try the middle-parted sleek bob. It’s an iconic style worn by some owned by few. Yet, it’s a statement piece to any style. Paired with dark brown hair it gives a femme fatale vibe. This silhouette works best with a smooth texture and medium to thick density.
#17: Long Blonde Hair with Blunt Ends
If you struggle with thin hair maybe long blonde hair with blunt ends is for you! Ask your stylist to cut minimal or no layering for a blunt effect. Avoid face-framing as well to preserve the density in the shape.
#18: Rooted Light Blonde One-Length Bob
It’s best for your hair’s health to be as natural as possible. If you begin to sprout some tinsel but are not full silver yet, a rooted light blonde helps to hide what’s there. Talk to your salon professional about ways to make your hair routine more seamless. Haircuts like a one-length bob allow for a fresh start. While cutting off color history that may not allow for lighter canvases.
#19: Long Blonde Hair with a Subtle Side Part
Long blonde hair will always be on trend. The key to keeping it current is to wear a side parting. Also, opt for face-framing lengths to stop your hair from becoming too heavy. Blowdry and flat iron, then finish with a serum to give a sleek finish.
#20: Soft Creamy Blonde Lob
In my professional opinion, a soft blonde works well on all skin tones. A haircut like a lob gives your hair color an elevated approach.
#21: Gorgeous and Sleek with a Middle Part
If you’re a woman with straight hair, consider sleek and gorgeous hair with a middle part. One of the best ways to get smooth and sleek locks is to learn how to do a great blowout. Use a big round brush to smooth the ends and give your locks a nice bounce. Try to preserve your blowout by sleeping with a silk pillowcase and you’ll wake up to smoother hair.
#22: Super Sleek Mid-Length Blonde Hair
Look sexy and trendy with super sleek mid-length blonde hair. If you have straight hair, a mid-length cut is a great length to keep your strands from falling flat. You will want to cut some long layers if you feel that your hair is getting dragged down by the length. If you need help deciding if a mid-length cut is right for you, ask your stylist at your next appointment.
#23: Very Fine Medium to Long Blunt Cut
A very fine medium to long blunt cut is one of the most classic cuts that create the illusion of thickness. If you decide you want this chic haircut, keep up with your trims. Also, you’ll be seeing your stylist a little more often so that the cut grows out evenly. This is one of the higher maintenance cuts but is very beneficial to maintain your long length.
#24: Brunette Straight Bob with See-Through Bangs
A brunette straight bob with bangs should be your go-to style if your hair has fine to medium density. Plus, this cut/style is great if you want to hide any forehead wrinkles. Use light shampoos and conditioners to prevent fringe and hair from weighing down.
#25: Cute Flipped Ends
Trying to recreate these cute flipped ends? Use a blowout gel that would support round brushing the style and adding hold. If your hair is a day old or older, you can use a large curling iron and pin it in place. When it cools down, use hairspray to set your style.
#26: Blonde Long Bob
Blonde long bobs are so head-turning. Ask your stylist when foiling your hair to slice the sections in foils for the most saturation of blonde, while still keeping some of your natural colors in between for dimension. For the cut, long bobs are mostly one length with slight texturizing throughout to help control bulk. Flat iron, gloss serum, and done.
#27: White-Blonde Straight Hair on Heart-Shaped Faces
White-blonde straighter hair on heart-shaped faces is a bold hairstyle that will likely stand out and is not for women who are lower maintenance. You will want to make sure your regrowth doesn’t become longer than 2 inches, otherwise, this white-blonde color becomes harder to achieve. Using a purple shampoo once or twice a week at home will help keep the brassy, yellow tones out of your hair. Something to remember — purple shampoos can be drying to the hair, so you should pair it with a moisturizing conditioner to keep your blonde locks and fine straight haircut staying healthy and moisturized.
#28: Side-Parted Lob Cut for Mature Women with Round Faces
A side-parted lob cut for mature women with round faces is one of the best ways to give yourself a more youthful appearance. Haircuts for fine straight hair and a round face can be difficult to navigate, but going for the trendy lob cut will always leave you with a refreshing hairstyle. No need for hair color, embrace your natural grey tresses — you earned them! A lob cut will surely bring out all the “edge” and “youthfulness” you need in your long bob hairstyle.
#29: Subtle Layers and Thin Bangs for Square Faces
Consider subtle layers and thin bangs for square faces. Ask your hairstylist to use thinning shears or a point-cutting technique in order to give your bangs a “thinner” and more wispy appearance. Layered haircuts for fine straight hair help give more body and movement to those who have a square face shape.
#30: Sleek Mid-Length Hair with Jagged Ends
Try a sleek, mid-length hairstyle with jagged ends for a more lived-in hairstyle for fine straight hair. Sometimes it’s very apparent that you just made a trip to the hair salon when your ends are all straight and blunt. Ask your stylist to point-cut the ends of your hair to recreate these jagged ends and to make your hair look a little more natural when leaving the hair salon.
Related: Medium-length hairstyles for fine hair.
#31: Short Feathered Pixie for 60-Year-Old Women with Fine Hair
A short feathered pixie for 60-year-old women with fine hair is the ultimate “pick-me-up” haircut that will make your overall appearance look younger and your hair look fuller. Pixie crops like this feathered pixie can be recreated by adding in lots of shorter layers using a razor or thinning shears. These light-weight haircuts for fine straight grey hair pack in so much movement and are effortless to style.
#32: Medium Cut with Tousled Layers and Bangs
Tousled layers and bangs on a medium, straight fine cut will totally transform your current hairstyle. If you’re looking for more shape and texture to your haircut, choppy layers are a must-have. A medium-length haircut is so versatile and the choppy layers will always compliment your style, no matter if you style it straight, curly, or wavy. Pick up a texture spray on your way out of the hair salon to enhance your tousled layered cut with little-to-no styling time.
#33: “The Rachel” Layered Cut for Oval Face Shapes
“The Rachel” layered cut for oval shape faces is a classic hairstyle that looks professional. Whether you’re wanting to be taken more seriously, or look the part for a new job, this straight fine hairstyle is a stunner. You can recreate this style by using a round brush when blow-drying to get the ends of your hair to curve inwards. Finish your style off with hairspray so that your hair stays in place all day.
#34: Medium Haircut with a Wispy Fringe
If you want to add some softness to your fine straight hairstyle, try a medium haircut with a wispy fringe. This can be achieved by using a point-cutting technique on dry hair and then going in and removing weight with thinning shears. You can also use a medium-hold pomade or clay to piece out smaller sections of your wispy fringe that will hold in place all day. A wispy fringe is always a great addition to haircuts for medium-length fine straight hair.
#35: Wispy Layers on Long Shaggy Hair
These wispy layers on long shaggy hair look great if you’re looking for a less dramatic version of a real shag. The layers and length are on the longer side of your typical shag, but the shape is there and you just can’t go wrong with any form of a shag. Shaggy haircuts for fine straight hair normally mean lower maintenance. You can style as you see fit, add some waves or curls for texture, but they really require no further styling.
#36: Face Frame and Soft Layers on Medium-Length Hair
A face frame and soft layers look incredible on medium-length hair. Longer, soft layers bring back some nostalgia, this is giving off major 90’s/grunge vibes. These are soft layered cuts are great medium-length hairstyles for straight hair to bring back to modern day.
#37: Straight Blonde Hair with a Center Part
Straight blonde hair with a center part is a statement piece for those with naturally darker tresses. Leaving some of your natural brown at the top/root area helps make this hair color manageable to maintain as it grows out and creates a seamless blend between colors. This straight fine style is wonderful at creating dimension for women with finer hair.
#38: Waist-Length Hair with Face-Framing Bangs
Adding face-framing bangs to waist-length hair helps give your hair volume and shape around your face. Women with fine hair who love having longer locks can easily add texture to their hair when adding bangs or layers of any sort. Blow-dry your bangs away from your face using a round brush to give them natural body that will last all day! Ask your stylist if this style for straight fine hair will work for you.
#39: Wolf Shag Haircut with Heavy Bangs
A wolf shag haircut with heavy bangs will help disguise your hair from looking limp and lifeless. Cuts for fine straight hair like a wolf shag haircut are great at making your hair look and feel thicker (not to mention fuller) than you could ever imagine your hair feeling. With little to no volumizing products, these shorter layers brushed forward towards your face pack in so much natural volume. Spray in a little tousle spray and shake your hair up for that messy, lived-in style.
#40: Long Layered Face-Framing Haircut
Consider a long layered face-framing haircut if you’re looking to add more dimension and movement around your face. You can style the ends to flip outward by using a blow-dryer, flat iron, or curling iron — the choice is yours! Doing so will help add texture to your straight hairstyles, but don’t forget to use a heat protectant prior to using any heat tools, and always remember to finish off your style for fine straight hair with hairspray so it’ll stay throughout the day.
#41: Hime Cut with Textured Bangs
A hime cut with textured bangs is one of the trendiest hairstyles right now. A hime cut consists of straight, usually cheek-length sidelocks, with a full fringe. Haircuts for fine straight hair with bangs are most flattering on women with a strong facial structure and sharp facial features.
#42: Full Bangs on Long, Fine Hair
Full bangs on long, fine hair look best on round and square-shaped faces. Bang styles for fine straight hair can look great on any face shape and customized accordingly based on your personal preference, but bangs paired with longer lengths help create a great balance between weight distributions.
#43: Shoulder-Length Wolf Cut with Wispy Bangs
Think about a shoulder-length wolf cut with wispy bangs if you’re wanting a more fashionable cut with a soft, yet defined, shape around your face. Women with straight hair will pull this shoulder-length hairstyle off well because it requires no necessary styling. You can use a hot tool to help flip out or curl in any wispy bangs or any surrounding choppy face-framing layers, depending on your preference. Think of it as a fun way to switch things up with a versatile straight fine haircut like a wolf cut when you’re feeling like you need a change.
#44: Jaw-Length Bob with Blunt Bangs
A jaw-length bob with blunt bangs is a bold, yet sexy fine straight style to wear. It would not be ideal for women with wavy or curly hair as more effort goes into styling it, but on the straightest hair, this haircut is effortless. These sleek hairstyles look best on naturally straight hair. You can tuck the front pieces away from your face, behind your ear, for a more feminine touch to your appearance.
#45: Chin-Length Round Bob on Sleek, Thin Hair
If you have sleek thin hair, try a chin-length round bob for some much-needed volume and body. Having your hair cut short helps make your hair look fuller without having to use any volumizing products. Even on the finest hair, short bob hairstyles will effortlessly give you a voluminous finish. Try blow-drying your hair upside down for an easy, natural “root-boost.”
#46: Deep Side Part on Straight, Mid-Length Hair
If you’re wanting to see more volume on the top of your hair, try a deep side part on straight, mid-length hair. To copy this fine straight cut, try blow-drying your hair in the opposite direction. This will give your hair at your root area natural bounce and lift. (You can also use a root-lifting spray for even more body while you’re blow-drying). Medium-length haircuts for fine straight hair are the perfect balance for those wanting both length and volume.
#47: Neck-Length Bob Haircut for Fine-Haired Women
Have you considered a neck-length bob haircut for fine-haired women? A straight bob haircut is always on-trend and helps make your hair look more voluminous and full. Making this the perfect haircut for women with naturally straight and fine hair, but with a little bit of extra effort, this hairstyle can be worn on almost any hair type.
#48: Pink Long Bob for Women Over 60
For women over 60, try a pink long bob if you want to wow anyone you may encounter. Who says you can’t rock pink hair just because of your age? Age is just a number. Bob haircuts look amazing on those with fine straight hair over 60. Ask your stylist to use toners or pastel semi colors if you just want a subtle, soft pop of color.
#49: Wispy Layered Haircut with Side Bangs
A wispy layered haircut with side bangs gives you that soft, feathery style you’ve been looking for. Haircuts for thin, straight hair may benefit by styling the side bangs away from your face while curving the layers and length toward your face. This will add extra texture to your thin, straight hair. You can style it with a round brush when blow-drying or by using a flat iron — make sure to use heat-protectant products as well as smoothing creams in order to complete this wispy style.
#50: Long, Straight Hair with a Face Frame
Long, straight hair with a face frame can add so much-needed texture to your long hairstyle. Whether you’re a low-maintenance lady who doesn’t put much effort into styling your hair every day or a high-maintenance woman who likes to change up your hairstyles, a face frame will instantly add shape and texture to your hair, making these great cuts for fine straight hair. Make sure to use a heat protectant each time if you are styling your hair with heat tools.
#51: Wolf Cut with Bangs and Shaggy Layers
Try a wolf cut with bangs and shaggy layers if you want to keep up on the latest, biggest hair trend that you’re sure to love. A wolf cut is a great haircut to have if you’re looking to add shape and texture to your flat, lifeless hair — It’s pumped with lots of volume and body. Wolf cuts are nice refreshing haircuts for fine straight hair over 50.
#52: Long Shag with Curtain Bangs
A long shag with curtain bangs will add lots of texture and shape to your current hairstyle. Get ready to flaunt this heavily-layered haircut and show everyone those feathery, face-shaping layers that will be sure to compliment your facial structure. Shags are the perfect haircut for long, fine, straight hair. You can style your new shag haircut with texturizing products to give it a lived-in, messy feel.
#53: Short One-Length Bob for Fine Hair
A short one-length bob is an amazing haircut for fine hair. Having a shorter haircut when you have finer, thinner hair will help give you the illusion of having thicker, fuller hair. Keeping your hair at one length with no layers will help give you a more full, blunt appearance. Think about this one-length haircut for short, fine, straight hair, and watch how your hair transforms.
#54: Face-Framing Layers on Medium-Length Hair
Consider face-framing layers on medium-length hair to boost your natural hair texture and give it natural shape. Face-framing layers are a lovely addition if you have hairstyles for straight fine hair. The more layers you add, and the shorter you go, the more it will curve around your face. It’s best to style with a round brush when blow-drying for an easy maintenance hairstyle.
#55: Sleek Blunt Bob with a Middle Part
The first thing you should know about a sleek blunt bob with a middle part is that it is a bold, classic style that can complement many different face shapes and work for many different hair types. Having a middle part gives you a nice balance and distribution to your hair. You can add a few face-framing layers to add softness around your face without taking away from the rest of your haircut. A sleek blunt bob is a desirable haircut for women with both fine and straight hair.