The best haircuts for thin hair are cut with internal and external layers, texturized, and don’t go past the shoulders. Choppy bobs, pixies, and shags are the most common types of haircuts for thin hair. Keeping the shorter and adding layers and texture will help thin hair look thicker and give it more movement.
Key Things to Know First
- If layers are added, it’s better to add them towards the top of your crown, starting above the temple. Layers in the front are great to have, the longer your hair is.
- Typically, the shorter you cut your hair, the thicker it will naturally appear. With a few standard hair rules and cutting techniques, your thin hair can be on its way to voluminous styles in no time.
- The right products and styling methods are also great tools to help your hair look fuller.
Now, check out these photos of this year’s best haircuts for women with thin hair and give your mane some oomph!
#1: Shoulder-Length Blunt Cut
Sexy and savvy! Go from serious and elegant during the day to an adventurous go-getter at night with this blunt mid-length style. It’s one of the more flattering haircuts for women with thinning hair wanting more bulk.
#2: Center Parted Blonde Bob with Layers
A center-parted blonde bob with layers is sophisticated and cute. If you are looking for an easy-going style that’s low-maintenance, a layered bob is a great option. Your stylist can assess your face shape and recommend what length is best for you. The center part really makes the cut frame the face perfectly, almost giving the effect of a curtain bang with the layering.
#3: Textured Short Haircut with Long Fringe
A trend that will last is a textured short haircut paired with a long fringe. A longer fringe is a great option if you would like to try a bang for the first time. The long fringe can be cut to frame the face, essentially like face-framing layers. Adding texture to your haircut with layers is a way to add volume and movement to your short haircut. Styling is minimal, if you have natural waves, let your hair air dry and blowdry the fringe with a round brush.
#4: Volumizing Textured Cut for Thin Spiral Curls
Have your limp hair bounce up with a volumizing textured cut for thin spiral curls. Just the right amount of layers will give your thin hair the weightless lift it needs to curl with ease. Styling with a gel and curl cream will give your curls hold and definition. Use a defuser to get bouncy curly tendrils.
#5: Beachy Waves for Gorgeous Wavy Hair
Add beachy waves to your hair with a flat iron or curling iron for gorgeous waves. Beachy waves give your hair texture and create volume, which is great if you have thin or fine hair. With thin hair, you’ll want to consider what color your hair is and if it’s the right color for you in order to keep it looking as thick and full as possible. Consider your skin tone if you have a lighter skin complexion, as lighter hair colors will be best at appearing fuller. And if you have a darker skin complexion, darker hair colors will look best.
#6: Shoulder-Grazing Layered Style for Women Over 40
If you’re a woman over the age of 40, try a shoulder-grazing layered style that will create a youthful, easy-going look. Cutting a long bob that grazes the shoulders is a great option if you are feeling like you need to cut some length, but don’t want to commit to a very short cut. You can wear this cut straight or wavy. The waved look is definitely trending now and adds some volume and movement to your cut. Using a curling wand, holding vertically, wrap sections of hair around the wand leaving the ends out and uncurled. Finish with a texture spray to add bounce and texture.
#7: Little Blunt Blonde Bob with Shadow Root
We love a bold look with the little blunt blonde bob paired with a shadow root. This sharp look will be sure to turn heads with its bold, yet sophisticated style. Your stylist will cut a blunt line at the length of your choice and will add hidden layering to add some texture and movement to your ends. A shadow root is a great option if you don’t want your blonde to be too high maintenance. The shadow root is a darker base that is painted on at the root to soften any harsh lines to create a really natural outgrowth.
#8: Razor Cut Long Hair with Face-Framing Pieces
Say goodbye to lifeless, boring hair by opting for a long razor cut with face-framing pieces. Face framing layers are a perfect addition if you want to add shape to your hair while also enhancing your facial features. If you have thin hair, the layers will help to create a more voluminous look to your hair.
#9: Short to Medium Cut for Mature Ladies Over 60
If you’re a mature lady in her 60s, you should try a short to medium haircut that can totally makeover your appearance. No one will notice the thinness of your hair if you add some shorter layers and a texturized straight-across fringe. You can use a root-lifting spray or powder, or a volumizing mousse when your hair is damp, to give your hair an extra “oomph.” With your hair being a medium length, rather than a long length, it will be much easier to manipulate and manage with hair products.
#10: Razor Cut Medium-Length Hair with Choppy Fringe
Razor cut medium-length hair when paired with a choppy fringe is chic and gives a very lived-in vibe. This haircut is very detailed when it comes to the fringe and layers which helps to add volume. A trip to your hair salon every 1-2 months is recommended to keep your choppy fringe. They do grow out fairly quickly.
#11: Jaw-length Choppy Bob
Consider a jaw-length choppy bob if you want a hairstyle that’s elegant, sexy, and packed with volume. A jaw-length choppy bob is one of the best hairstyles for fine hair because it gives your hair a blunt, sharp length which will make your hair appear fuller. Adding a short bang and longer layers to your choppy bob will create a complimentary shaping of your facial structure.
#12: Short Razor Cut Pixie for Ladies Over 70
If you’re a woman over the age of 70, a short, razor cut pixie is a great way so show off your sassy side. Have your stylist use a razor for maximum texture and dimension. When using a razor on thinner hair, the razor cuts your hair at different lengths, and that allows the shorter pieces to hold up the longer pieces. You’ll get the ultimate piecey crop. Finish off your style with a texturizing putty, emulsified in your hands then applied throughout your hair.
#13: Soft Modern Shag with Curtain Fringe
Show off your inner rock star with a modern shag with curtain fringe. A trendy shag offers tons of volume, but if you have fine hair, make sure you don’t cut too many layers or your ends will look sparse and thin. Ask your stylist if a soft layered shag will work for your hair type.
#14: Blunt Voluminous Bob on Brunette Hair
Go for a chic look with a voluminous blunt bob if you have brunette hair. A bob is a trendy cut, and when cut blunt, will make your ends look denser and fuller. Cutting dead ends off will give your limp hair the lift it needs for a fuller appearance. You will not get as much body when air drying so if you’re going for a big voluminous style, use a blow dryer and a big round brush.
#15: Spiky Layers for Short Hair
Spiky layers for short hair are great because you can simply rustle your hair up with your hands and have different lengths of hair falling in all sorts of different directions. A texture spray and other short hair styling products like a pomade would pair well with this haircut and help give your hair the illusion of thickness. If you naturally have dark hair and lighten the rest of your hair to a blonde color, (keeping your roots your natural color) this will add to the illusion of thickness because the color contrast is so high between brown and blonde.
#16: Short Layered Bob for Women Over 50 with Auburn Hair
A beautiful but low-maintenance haircut if you’re a woman over 50 would be a short layered bob. If you have very thin hair, a layered bob will help to give the illusion of more volume and fullness. Keeping your hair shorter also helps to keep your hair easily manageable. If you are looking for a bold, rich, more adventurous color, try out auburn or copper hair for your next color.
#17: Long Textured Bob with Beach Waves
Give your locks a boost with a long textured bob paired with beach waves. A long bob is the perfect in-between length for fine, thin hair as it gives you a thicker-looking appearance. Waving your hair with a curling iron will give your hair the texture it needs for a voluminous look. Use a texture spray to hold to keep your style looking amazing all day.
#18: Extra Long Black Hair with Feathery Layers
Switch up your extra long black hair by adding lots of feathery, shaggy layers. If you have thin hair, this cool cut can help to create a lot of movement and volume in your hair. The addition of a curtain bang is great to create weight and shape around your face while also creating a beautiful look when left out of a ponytail. To enhance your haircut, try adding some very subtle highlights throughout to create even more volume and dimension.
#19: Super Choppy Razored Bob
A choppy bob will look great on you if you have naturally fine, thin hair. This razored haircut will help your hair appear fuller without any styling effort. You can use volumizing hair products to achieve even higher volume and texture, but it isn’t necessary with this haircut. If you’re a woman over 50, this hairstyle will transform your current hair and give you everything you’ve been looking for in a new haircut.
#20: Chin-Length Blunt Haircut
A chin-length blunt bob will always have a sharp, classy finish. When you experience limp stands shorting your hair will give the illusion of thickness. You will look sharp from all angles when you choose a blunt bob, and I promise you will not regret this decision. Instead, you will realize how much strength your limp hair gained.
#21: Neck-length Cut for Naturally Curly Hair
A neck-length cut for naturally curly hair will help give your natural curls more bounce and they will rejuvenate life back into your hair. Using the right curl-enhancing hair products and letting your hair air-dry, combined with this new short haircut, should keep your hair from falling flat. Avoid brushing out your hair once it has fully dried and avoid using too much heat and hair chemicals.
#22: Super Long Hair with Light Layers and Bangs
If you have super long hair, try spicing things up with face-framing layers and bangs. Bangs are always a great and simple way to change up your look without losing your length. The addition of face-framing layers not only helps to enhance your facial features, but it also helps to create a beautiful look to the front of your hair when worn up or back. The wispy, textured pieces at the front will also help to give the illusion of more substance and density throughout the rest of your hair.
#23: Collarbone Bob with Curtain Bangs
Try a trendy chop with a collarbone-length bob paired with curtain bangs. Effortless layers and curtain bangs blend in seamlessly together for the perfect duo. Effortless waves will give your layers volume on top for a tousled and voluminous look. Use some texture spray and you’re ready to go.
#24: Jagged Pixie Bob with Bangs
If you are looking for short, but not boring, we love the jagged pixie bob with bangs. If you have straight and fine hair, this cut can give the illusion of fullness and body. Make sure to ask for a stylist that specializes in short, pixie cuts. We love how detailed the pixies can be and it’s really tailored to your face shape and facial features.
#25: The Wolf Cut
Talk about volume, texture, and shape all in one hairstyle! A wolf cut a mix of both a short haircut and a longer haircut, keeping longer lengths in the back and framed around your face in the front. This haircut will give your hair the look of maximum density if you struggle to get voluminous, thick-looking hair.
#26: Long Layered Haircut with Jagged Short Bangs
Ask for a piecey layered haircut with short inverted V-textured bangs. Your locks will thank you for the short crown layers that allow for volume. Ask your stylist to follow your head shape and growth pattern to best decide how short the crown layers should be.
#27: Voluminous Layered Pixie Haircut
Try a layered voluminous pixie haircut for wavy textures. Following your hair growth patterns allows for the optical illusion of fuller hair by bringing the top of the crown and bangs forward with piecey textured layers. It’s a great style if you’re an older woman who wants to use only one or two products when styling.
#28: Disheveled Shag with Bangs and Face-Framing Layering
A disheveled shag with bottleneck bangs and face-framing bits is a youthful cut for fine to medium hair densities. Ask your stylist for concave layers and shorter pieces through your crown to make your hair look more voluminous. Bottleneck bangs are short in the middle and gradually frame the face like curtain bangs.
#29: Face-Framing Layered Long A-line Bob
A textured long a-line bob is such a classy, upgraded style when you are experiencing hair loss. Shortening your hair will help by giving it as much body as possible. Soft layering framing your hairline will shape your face beautifully by creating lift when finishing with a blowout, adding a cute little tuck behind the ear will complete your look.
#30: Short Graduated Bob for Older Women
If you’re an older woman losing density in your hair, a good choice is a short graduated bob. The graduated bob is cut in a way that the layering supports your hair above it to create natural lift and volume. Styling will be minimal as the cut should really style itself, you’ll need to use a round brush on the top and face-framing to lock in volume. Use a settling lotion or volumizing mousse before drying, and use a medium to hard hold hairspray on your dry hair to make the style last.
#31: The Choppy Lob Haircut
The choppy lob haircut is not only adorable but effortlessly chic. If you have medium to thick hair, you can ask for subtle layering on the ends. When you have flat hair, ask for a more blunt look but with hidden layering. If you are wanting to go for a beachy, relaxed look the choppy lob is a great option. Rough dry your hair with your hands and finish with a texturizing pomade on the ends.
#32: Long Layered Bob with Side Part
A long layered bob with a side part is a classic and is great for thin hair. Your stylist will be careful with keeping the layering long so as to not cut away too much of the thickness needed for the shape. The illusion of thicker hair with hidden layering that will help hold your hair up when styled with a thickening cream or volumizing mousse.
#33: Shattered Short Bob
Consider a shattered short bob if you have fine hair and want the look of thicker and more voluminous hair. When choosing a shattered style, don’t be afraid of a little messiness. The texture is what helps the most with creating movement and volume. Try a more piecey look by using wax or pomade to separate the ends.
#34: Short and Layered A-Line Bob
A short and layered A-line bob is a great option if you are looking to add some personality to your bob. The a-line of this cut shapes your hair in a way to frame your face and add volume and thickness to the back and crown of your head. An a-line bob is a classic cut that is easy to style by using a mousse for volume and hold.
#35: Long Pixie with Deep Side Part
Try a long pixie with a deep side part for a chic and sophisticated look. For those with thin hair, this haircut will help your hair appear thicker. For a long pixie, leave your hair untucked, but if you want a shorter pixie look tuck your hair behind the ears for a whole new style.
#36: Shaggy Textured Layering with Money-Piece
We love a good shaggy textured layering with a money-piece. An edgy, yet not too edgy style that most women can pull off. Adding in a money-piece highlight around your face really brings your cut to life. Styling can be done with a diffuser if you have a natural wave, or a round brush if you have naturally straight hair. Make sure you tease your hair at the crown to really hold that volume and shape.
#37: Shorter Texturized Cut with Side-Swept Fringe
If you have finer hair texture, a shorter texturized cut with a side-swept fringe will work well for you. You’ll want to have a thorough consultation with your stylist to make sure you agree on the length and thickness of the bangs and where they should fall. When styling your bangs, be sure to use a round brush and blow dry in the opposite direction you want them to fall. This will create a nice swoop and add volume. Using mousse will help give extra volume to your fine hair and help hold your style.
#38: Teased and Wispy Blonde Bob
A teased and wispy blonde bob is effortlessly sexy and always a classic. Styling will be minimal, just use a hair serum on your hair once it is 50% dry then blow dry with a round brush for volume and movement. Let your hair part where it wants, typically to one side or the other for the swoopy, wispy look around your face. Finish the style with a light hairspray to hold.
#39: Voluminous Choppy Blonde Layers
One of the best styles for thinner hair is choppy blonde layers. This light and airy style can create the illusion of more hair and more body. Spending time prepping your style in the morning with an iron and some texture spray will help recreate this voluminous look at home.
#40: Sun-Kissed Long Thin Hair
Make the best of your long thin hair and sun-kissed tresses with long layers to achieve more volume. Styling your hair is key to making your thin hair look more full-bodied. Use volumizing spray at the root when blow drying and a curling iron to curl and set your hair to get a voluminous style that will last all day.
#41: French Bob for Fine Hair
A French bob for fine hair looks lovely when paired with a face-framing micro bang. A haircut for fine hair like this style instantly makes spare strands look fuller and thicker. You can make your fine hair look thick by teasing your hair.
#42: Fullness for Women Over 60
One of the best haircuts for women over 60 with thin hair is a jaw-length stacked bob. The stacking of the bob will give you the appearance of fullness if you want lots of volume. If you have very thin hair, this cut is a fun, low-maintenance hairstyle. The back is tapered short, making for minimal effort styling and the front is longer to frame the face. This hairstyle flatters most face shapes, and looks great on sixty-year-old women with glasses.
#43: Youthful Volume for Women Over 40
One of the best options for women over 40 with fine hair thin hair are hairstyles that add length and fullness. This wavy, mid-length chop will provide you with an ideal youthful style with minimal maintenance. Use a volumizing spray and blow out with a round brush for fullness, you can also use a curling iron for a soft wavy finish.
#44: Long Angled Bob or Lob
This haircut and color combo on fine hair says classic, lived in, and simple! The cut is a great length if you are dipping your toes into the short hair water to make your thin hair look thicker! This long bob or lob is very versatile, the blunt line created in this cut is great because it gives the appearance of more hair throughout the baseline. Also, add some interior layering for movement, I highly recommend a mousse for blowdrying and I also suggest you use a texture product and heat protectant for beach waves. I love Nectar Thermique by Kerastase and Texture Wave by Shu Uemura as it creates the fuller appearance you’re going for.
#45: Get Thin Hair to Look Thicker
This hairdo incorporates many different techniques to give fine locks a fuller appearance. The long layers, highlights, and curls all give the illusion of more hair. With this combo, you will see contrast and movement which are generally associated with long hair.
#46: Tousled Angled Bob
One of the best hairstyles for thin hair is a tousled angled bob. The angle of the bob will help your thin strands instantly appear thicker when cut into tousled light layers and blunt ends. It’s important to remember, that the volume of your hair depends on how you style it, so don’t be afraid to ask your stylist for tips!
#47: Slightly Angled Bob
A slightly angled bob is a haircut that benefits from seamless light layers that add volume but still maintains a sleek and flawless style. A bob hairstyle like this one is so versatile and completely easy to style many different looks, you can wear it straight or with a beach wave for a more tousled look.
#48: Mid-Length Stacked Bob
Try a stacked bob haircut with face-framing balayage pieces to brighten up the entire look. The key to maintaining this look, particularly for finer hair, is a regiment of nourishing products that are not heavy in nature. Keep moisture in your hair without making it heavy by using the best shampoo/conditioner combo, keeping your locks from getting too dry while still maintaining volume. The choppy layers take the weight off the ends of your hair, giving the root the ability to have some natural lift and providing a nice “wash and go” look.
#49: Short Hair with Pops of Pink
Pops of pink will give your fine, short hair added dimension. However, keep in mind fantasy colors are hard to maintain. Go bold and ask your stylist to make the color more vibrant so it fades out slowly and be sure to use color-safe shampoo!
#50: Sexy Long Shag
One of the best haircuts for long thin hair is a shag cut with curtain bangs. Using the razor cut technique to add choppy layers will create fuller-looking hair. This feminine look is a modern take on the classic shaggy cut with layers tapering down toward the back. It was cut using a razor for extra texture.
#51: Rose Gold Colored Short Bob
A rose gold colored short bob look is trendy and sassy. This shape is universally flattering, but I especially love it on round and oval face shapes. You can always add a side bang or a little bit of face-framing layers to customize it for your hair and face shape. This type of cut works well on thin hair because you can pop in some waves, spray some texture spray, shake it out, and look like you have twice as much hair!
#52: Layered Long Bob with Deep Side Part
The easiest hairstyle for thin hair is a straight lob with a deep side part. Styling with a flat iron and adding holding spray will take less than 15 minutes. It’s a gorgeous low-maintenance shoulder-length haircut. If you don’t want your hair falling flat, and to give your hair body and movement, try teasing your tresses at the roots.
#53: Stylish Texture for Women Over 50
One of the best hairstyles for thin-haired ladies over 50 is a natural textured pixie. I love the use of natural tones to bring out beautiful dimensions – maximizing the density of your hair. This style can be effortlessly blown dry with a texture spray (think: sea salt spray or something light and gritty), and when dry something as light as a powder can be used for styling if used liberally.
#54: Lob for Straight Hair
Try a fabulous medium-length lob for straight hair and add babylights and then a shadow root from the scalp, feathered down about an inch to blur any lines. When it starts to grow out, you won’t see a harsh line of demarcation like you would with traditional highlights.
#55: Choppy Pixie Cut
One of the most popular haircuts for thin hair is a textured pixie. This short cut is easy to manage with all of the texture being the main focus. To style, on towel-dried hair, start with a texturizing spray or cream. Blow dry your hair using your fingers, tousling back and forth until dry. This technique will add volume and “grit” to your hair. For a more volumized finish, you can add a hair paste or clay product. I like recommending a matte or low shine finish for this look.
#56: Airy Textured Bob
One of the more flattering haircuts for very thin hair is a neck-length textured bob. It has the right lengths to make your hair look thicker as well as all of the texture will hide naturally thin locks. This is perfect if you have thin hair and little texture. It will really make you feel like you have twice the hair. With this look, you can go from work to play and not have to change a thing.
#57: Lived-In Long Shag
A shag with micro bangs is perfect if you are looking to add movement to your fine thin hair. The bangs can complement this cut at any length depending on face shape. This is the perfect way to transition from last year’s grown-out lob! For straight hair that’s fine, you can achieve this wave by using a flat iron to form an “S” pattern in your hair. Finish this look off with Kerastase VIP Spray for even more volume and hold.
#58: Middle Part Blunt Bob
A sharp middle part on dark hair is a sleek and polished look on short, chin-length hair. If you are looking for versatility that doesn’t require heavy styling, a bob is always a perfect option. I would recommend this no matter your age, lifestyle, or hair texture.
#59: Asymmetrical Bob
Try an asymmetrical bob with added layers and texture. The shorter side draws attention one of the sexiest parts of the face, the jawline. This look is suitable for many hair types, however, using products geared to your hair type is key to maintaining this hairstyle. Intentional asymmetry can be extremely flattering, especially when it comes to thin hair, the reduction of length will give the illusion of and sense of fullness in your fine hair.
#60: Sunkissed Textured LOB
Another popular haircut for thin hair is a shoulder-length textured lob cut. The texturing on a long bob with side bangs for thin hair around the shoulders will boost volume, flatter any face shape, and is easy to style.
#61: Effortless Medium Shag with Bangs
Opt for an effortless, medium shag-esque cut on thin textured hair. The disconnected layering allows for plenty of movement and volume while still maintaining a bit of structure. This look is great if you want to give your hair some shape and life while still keeping some length to it. The fringe can really add some style and softness around your face, even if you like to wear your hair up often.
#62: Lovely Layered Bob
A layered bob haircut adds volume to thin hair, making it appear thicker and fuller. To style at home begin by applying a volumizing mousse throughout and then rough drying until hair is about 75% dry. Then blow dry using the comb, working with two-inch sections starting at the back and pulling at a 90° to 180° angle to achieve volume. Flat iron as needed and finish with a light hairspray.
#63: Classic Square Blunt Bob
A classic square haircut with a slight elongation to the face and an asymmetric fringe. The main element here is, of course, the texture. It’s everywhere except for the control line which is in a static position. Your haircut looks smooth, but when there is movement or wind, your hair starts to dance.
#64: Soft Layers with Wispy Bangs
A softly layered cut with the layers on the top crown portion of the head blended into the bottom to not remove too much weight. You can have movement and texture without sacrificing density and length. I recommend this look for you if you want layers but don’t really want it too layered, and if you have thin or medium density hair. It’s also great if you’re a busy mom that wan’t an easy maintenance look.
#65: Clean Symmetrical Bob
A crisp, clean bob is done with a precision cut. The simplicity delivers a sexy, sophisticated look, while its geometric and clean shape gives it a bold edge. If your hair is on the thinner side, I recommend using Kevin Murphy’s BODY.BUILDER volumizing mousse and SMOOTH.AGAIN anti-frizz treatment to style this cut. The BODY.BUILDER will deliver volume at the root and SMOOTH.AGAIN will assist in creating a smooth end.
#66: Tousled Wavy Bob
A tousled bob with a heavier, halo-shaped fringe has edges that are all softened by point cutting. This gives your hair a lot of playful personality through texture and color. The color effect also gives the illusion of volume because it incorporates a slight shadow root, baby-light dimension, and sun-kissed blonde tips. When you have finer hair, customize a look like this with some kind of fringe or layers that eliminate a strong parting in the top because it gives the appearance of more density.
#67: Long Blunt Cut Balayage
Blunt, one-length haircuts are increasing in popularity and seem to be defined as the new trend. Determining the right length for your face shape is key to pulling off this sharp-edged style. It is worth noting that if you have an oblong-shaped face, a one-length blunt cut will make your face appear more narrow. However, incorporating a fringe will solve the problem as it will balance out the length of your face shape and is actually quite complementary to the design of the cut.
#68: Sleek Shoulder Length Layers
Hairstyles for thin hair can look sleek but are still textured enough to have shape and style. This look is amazing because it is a versatile style where it’s modern looking, but still easy enough to style with or without a round brush, and long enough to pull back for busy moms! Since this is a medium-length haircut with no bangs, it can pretty much look good on all face shapes. However, I recommend oval, long, and diamond since more weight is toward the bottom, really balancing it out with the top of the head to get rid of elongating where you don’t need to.
#69: Flowy Collarbone-Length Layers
A s soft, flowy, and summery haircut will appear like you have thicker hair. For styling, use Kevin Murphy Body Mass to plump up your roots, Kevin Murphy Body Builder for extra volume and roundness, and Kevin Murphy Doo Over to add light texture and hold. Finish with Kevin Murphy Shimmer Shine for a summer glow.
#70: Medium Length Shag + Fringe
Consider a modern shag with bangs for a fun, flirty look. To maintain this look, you would probably need a fringe trim every three to four weeks. This look will add movement and texture to your finer hair.
#71: Long Hair with Soft Layers
Ideal hairstyles for thin hair are very soft and versatile, you can achieve this look from point-cut layers with some disconnection so that the bottom length looks solid. The balayage is soft and warm without being brassy. It offers an illusion of thickness to your hair.