One of the quickest and easiest ways to give thin hair volume is to add a few waves. Use wide barrel tongs or wide rollers, as you want big curls rather than small, tight curls. Helen Mirren gets it spot on with her lightly waved bob.
Many women will say that after surviving cancer, and the treatment that goes with it, their hair is much finer. But Jennifer Saunders shows how great hair can look with the right cut. This choppy crop is cool, makes her hair look thicker, and it's a very easy hairstyle to maintain.
Kate Middleton's hair always looks great, and this is partly due to the fabulous shine. Hair that's in good condition is key to giving thin hair the illusion of thickness. If your fine hair is in bad condition it will look thinner. To get hair that looks like Kate's use shampoos for thin hair and a regular conditioning treatment for fine hair.
Doesn't Sally Field look great? We love this loose take on a beehive. It's modern and very flattering, and what's more, with hair teased up into a modern updo like this you'll add height and volume to thin, fine hair. A perfect party hairstyle for anyone with thinning hair.
If you have thin blonde hair it can look a little flat, which is why getting your colour right is so important. The beauty of highlights is that they add depth and the illusion of volume to fine hair. When choosing highlights go for warm tones in not too fine sections.
Long layers on either long or short hair work wonders for adding texture and volume. Long layers are also a great anti-ageing hairstyle as they slim the face and give movement to a basic cut. We love the soft layers that Kirsty Young has gone for - so chic.
Having once been married to famous hairdresser John Frieda, Lulu clearly picked up a few tips. We don't think we've ever seen Lulu have a bad hair day! And here she is working trendy blunt layers that give her fine hair a lot of texture and movement, not to mention huge fashion points too!
The First Lady inspired as many collumn inches with her new fringe as her husband's presidential campaign! Debuting a blunt fringe, Michelle's hair has instant body - a fabulous fringe is a quick trick for anyone with fine hair.
A soft, mussed up updo, like Sarah Jessica Parker's, is a great way to give the illusion of thicker hair. The trick is to keep the updo loose and to leave a few strands falling around the face.
If you have dark hair, highlights may not be the best option to give thin hair texture. Lowlights can make the world of difference though. Lowlights are warm, dark streaks of colour that enrich dark hair and give the illusion of thicker texture. Plus lowlights are much easier than highlights to maintain when they grow out.