Having thin edges can affect a woman’s confidence. However, it does not have to be this way. Whether you’re working to restore your edges or trying to deal with permanent hair loss, here are 5 hairstyles for women with thin edges.
1. High Contrast Part
This style makes a bold statement and if you have thinning in your temples you can easily camouflage it with a chic short cut.
2. Tailored Short Cut
Your hair cut can do wonders in terms of camouflaging thin spots. Bowl cuts are one of my favorite because the style is classic but it can be cut to highlight the healthier (longer) parts of your hair, while hiding your hairline.
If your goal is camouflaging your thin spots then bangs are definitely a great styling option. You can cut them short or keep them long, however either way this style gives you the option to cover areas you don’t want to be exposed.
4. Finger Waves
One of the great things about finger waves is that you can create them to be as big as you’d like. Another huge benefit to this style is that you cover whatever area you may want. Therefore, if you have mild thinning along the hair line and your hair is a fine texture (or relaxed) talk to your hair stylist about how she can camouflage your edges with this style.
5. Realistic Looking Sew In or Wig
Depending on your comfort level and the severity of your thinning you may want to consider a wig as a protective style. You can wear your protective style short to create a more natural look or you can wear it long.
All is not lost if you have thin edges. However, try out one of these amazing styles and gain the confidence again with your hair.
This article was published on June 8, 2018 and updated on February 3, 2021.
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I had been wearing weaves because my hair is thin and my edges are out ,but I can see where they are trying to come back. I haven’t had a perm in so long so my hair is natural and nappy . Recently I wanted to do something different so I colored it, scared of a perm but what to stay natural, can u please please please give me some suggestions on how to make my hair thicker and grow in my edges along with some natural hair styles
What is the name of the product you used on the young lady with the short natural hair cut?
Where are you located
Hi, I’m actually based in Austin, TX but I’m not a hairstylist. We do feature stylists from all over, including Chicago. Check out our Instagram @VoiceOfHair and Facebook Page @VoiceOfHair for more.
Love the beautiful hair styles could use more.
My name isTamika I want my hair cut off and I seen the picture with short hair and it turned into a bob can you direct me in the right direction thanks
Where do you live?
I have hair loss & in search of a compassionate stylist that can do a sew in lace frontal. I’ve been in S Jersey for 11 years & have not as of yet found someone that is talented, creative & knowlegable of hair care for women with hair loss. I’ve traveled to Philadelphia & thought that I found someone to take care of my hair issues. My 2nd visit turned into a nightmare & my hair is more damaged now then before .
Im in Houston. I need to find a great stylist. The last one i we t to, did a color and my hair came out. Can you direct me to a stylist in Sugarland Tx that k ow how tocolor and do hair right?
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I love this style! It’s so versatile and can be dressed up or down.