It's the hairstyle that keeps making a comeback: flipped-out ends. Made popular in the '60s
If you're going for a shoulder-length cut, opt for blunt ends, as this can make your hair appear thicker.
With a deep side part, you’re essentially lumping all of the hair together on one side.
While those with thick hair may find it more cumbersome to pull off an ear-tucked style
For this look, just pull hair into a traditional ponytail and curl the ends using a wide-barrel wand.
The ever-flattering lob works on any hair type, especially thin hair because it frames your face