Blunt cuts are an excellent option for thinning hair. They create the illusion of dimension, texture, and thickness by making ends appear fuller.
What type of hair is suited for a blunt cut?
Simply put, a blunt haircut is one that does not have any layers, is sleek and looks best on straight and fine hair. However, over time, the blunt haircut has transformed a lot. Now women with wavy, curly, thick and textured hair are also getting this haircut just as easily as someone with straight and fine hair.
What cutting technique is best for fine hair?
More than any other type of hair, fine hair needs to be cut on a regular basis to keep the shape in tack and ends looking full. Blunt cuts will maintain weight and bulk around the perimeter to create dimension and the illusion of more length.
What is the procedure for a blunt haircut?
Unlike soft layers that gently frame your face or shaggy layers designed to create natural texture, a blunt cut is straightforward—with your entire mane chopped to be the exact same length. Your stylist will skip the precise layering techniques and simply cut straight across with shears to create a uniform-length.
What not to do with thin fine hair?
7 Mistakes To Stop Making If You Have Fine Hair
- Using Too Much Product.
- Getting the Wrong Haircut.
- Using Too Much Conditioner.
- Keeping Hair Very Long.
- Forgetting About Your Scalp.
- Using the Wrong Blow-Drying Technique.
- Bringing on the Breakage.
How do you cut your hair in a blunt cut?
Cut at this point i'm just going to repeat the same process on the other side and work my way up the head.